‘Justice League’ Star J.K. Simmons Finally Reveals The Truth Behind The Photo Of His Super-Ripped Body

We finally know, and it’s not what you think.

A photo of J.K. Simmons’ MAJORLY ripped bod caused quite a stir on the internet last month. The photo surfaced from celebrity trainer account, leading fans to speculate that J.K. Simmons was taking his role as Commissioner Gordon in the upcoming Justice League film to a whole new level.

The photo showed 61 year-old Simmons lifting weights, revealing some serious biceps. I mean, these guns meant business. Simmons also sported a long grey beard, which was not very Commissioner Gordon like at all. The photo divided fans, with some saying they were excited for this new bad-ass version of the beloved character, while other were not impressed.

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Well, the latter will find themselves relieved as J.K. SImmons himself has debunked the photo, revealing to it’s actually an older photo from April of him preparing for another film, and has zero to do with Justice League. In fact, he says he doesn’t look anything like that right now (Justice League is currently filming). The bulk-up was for a film titled I’m Not Here, and since it was taken, J.K. says he’s shaved his beard. Simmons also reassured fans that he has Gordon and their best interests in mind, and wouldn’t so drastically change such a beloved character.

“I’m not going to mess with something that iconic.”

To be honest, I am not sure if I am relieved or disappointed. I mean, he was really jacked, but with the direction Zack Snyder has taken the DC cinematic universe, it kind of made sense. At the same time, I love the theory that if something’s not broken, don’t fix it. J.K. Simmons was an incredible casting choice for the role, and I have no doubt whatever direction he takes it in he’ll nail it.



Justice League hits theaters November 17th, 2017.



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