J.K. Simmons Is Super Jacked & Mustached for Commissioner Gordon Role

Though J.K. Simmons says Commissioner Gordon's role in "Justice League" will be "small," the actor's muscles in the film will be quite the opposite.

A new photo has surfaced of the Oscar-winner sporting the traditional Commissioner Gordon moustache, while another pic debuts muscles we've yet to see from a cinematic Jim Gordon. We gather the images are for the Gordon role, since filming for the first "Justice League" film is currently underway.

The following red carpet photo captured Simmons' new facial hair for the role:

JK Simmons | 2016 LA Greek Film Festival - Premiere Of "Worlds Apart"- Red Carpet https://t.co/IuFN4ptS7m pic.twitter.com/8852E8j99X

- FirstLook LIVE (@FirstLookLive) June 6, 2016

RELATED: J.K. Simmons Talks Role as Commissioner Gordon in Zack Snyder's "Justice League: Part One"

And Simmons' trainer shared the following photo from the 61-year-old actor's workout to Instagram -- showing off some alarmingly large muscles:

Every time we train together I forget he's 61 years old. So much respect for this guy. #JKSimmons #OldManCranking (hashtag via @mountaindog1)

A photo posted by Aaron Williamson (@aaronvwilliamson) on

RELATED: J.K. Simmons Says Commissioner Gordon's Role in "Justice League: Part 1" is "Very Small"

Simmons first appears as Commissioner Gordon in the tentatively-titled "Justice League - Part 1," hitting theaters on November 17, 2017. It's yet to be confirmed, but you can also bet Simmons will be appearing in the Ben Affleck-directed/Geoff Johns-written "Batman" solo film, which hasn't been given a release date.

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