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Joker Trimmed Dialogue in Zack Snyder's Justice League Release

Joker from Zack Snyder's Justice League
Zack Snyder's Justice League movie has about one month debuted on HBO Max after years of demanding from SnyderCut. The movie is gaining positive reviews from critics and others. Having a runtime of about Four hours and Two minutes the movie still misses many things, Recently unused Concept Art reveal of Green Lantern for Zack's Justice League and more Zack Snyder's reveals on his social accounts mainly on Vero.
Now, Zack Snyder shares new Jared Leto Joker extended conversation with Batman featuring dialogue 'We Live in a Society' in Black and White (Gray) Edition of the movie which is DC one of iconic meme quote.

In the full 1 minute 24 seconds video, the extended version of the Joker and Batman conversation from the movie given below:

Batman: "Maybe this will come in handy."
The Joker: "Honor, really, Bruce? Honor? We live in a society where honor is a distant memory, by the way, who do you think screamed the loudest? The girl or the boy?"

Zack also shared the product links in the video description of a shirt and hoodie that reflects the Joker quotes. And Half profit goes to the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention, as the reason his daughter died in 2017.

Check out the full video below:

A Reddit post from a user vividinferno, where Zack confirms that in the conversation 'The girl or the boy' Joker referring to Harley Quinn and Robin in the scene.
Also during their talk, Batman said that when he killed Harley Quinn and she took a promise from Batman to kill the joker slowly and also added that it's an honor that promise. Here both lost their love once Batman lost Robin killed by Joker and Joker lost Harley killed by Batman.

In October, some movie cast did re-shoot for an extra scene including Jared Leto and Ben Affleck's for nightmare scene.
Zack Snyder shares this for his Justice League movie Gray Edition premiering on HBO Max early this week.
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