Who plays the Joker in The Batman’s cameo scene?

As one of the most familiar comic book characters constantly appearing on the big screen, as well as in video games and animated series, Batman and his world are fairly well known to the general public. This means that when a new version of him appears, it’s only natural to see this new interpretation spread to the rest of Gotham City. Which inevitably leads to the Joker.

Matt Reeves Batman presents an enigmatic Nirvana-inspired version of the Caped Crusader that is truly mesmerizing, and his take on the Riddler is wildly idiosyncratic; makeup was done eye Fab Five strangely if they were more about serial killers than self-assertion. Anyone might be wondering: if this is the Riddler, what would Reeves’ Joker look like?BatmanThe denouement is a set of scenes dedicated to the final grace notes for his characters. One of these scenes is about the Riddler (Paul Dano), who is now locked up in Arkham Asylum, where he strikes up a conversation with someone in the adjacent cell.

The film never gives the audience a clear view of the speaker, but through a small window in the adjoining cell door, a pale face and a very familiar smirk can be seen. This, in addition to the colorful language, including clown metaphors, leaves very little room for ambiguity: this dude is almost certainly the Joker.

This is further reinforced by the fact that he is played by Barry Keoghan (Eternals, Sacred Deer Kill), that gets a stellar credit score. This would cause most viewers who are familiar with Keoghan’s face to blink several times because he is nowhere to be seen, and it is impossible to recognize anyone in the scene where he is talking to the Riddler Dano.

As for what its appearance might mean, it’s a bit harder to understand; there are currently no announced sequel plans for Batman, although one of them is almost certainly considered. Warner Bros. has already announced an HBO Max spin-off series featuring Colin Farrell’s Penguin, as well as a Gotham City Police Department series. Both could potentially portray the Joker in some way, an idea espoused by director Matt Reeves in an interview with Toronto Sun where he referenced the Penguin series as well as another that is “connected to Arkham.”

This will be the fourth cinematic take on the Joker, a number that’s pretty absurd given Batman’s extensive bench of great villains. Of course, Keygen is valid. The role is “The Nameless Prisoner of Arkham,” so we can be wrong too. Maybe he Creeper!

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