We have our first glimpse of Joaquin Phoenix as The Joker in Warner Bros. upcoming Joker origin story. And we also have The Joker's first name.
From director Todd Phillips' Instagram:
No Country for Old Jokers?
The Daily Mail also published some not-so-official footage from the set, captured last week by paparazzi.
The yet-untitled Joker film is scheduled to open on October 4th, 2019.
Joaquin Phoenix spotted in character as The Joker for the first time as filming starts on the origins story [Daily Mail][PHOTO: PXHere]
The book Detective Comics: 80 Years of Batman commemorates the 1000th issue of Batman comics; my contribution is an essay called Occupy Gotham, about the terror of letting a billionaire vigilante decide who is and isn't a criminal (featuring Lessig and Piketty jokes!).
This might be the best trailer I have ever seen in my life. Is this teaser trailer for JOKER available as a vape? I want to inhale it nonstop until the movie comes out in October.
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