So, here we go to watch the trailer!
Phoenix, who has avoided comic book films to date, explained that it was nuance that attracted him to the project. Pictures, Village Roadshow Pictures and BRON Creative's tragedy "JOKER", a Warner Bros. And after the first trailer was released a few months back, it's clear that we're in for something that we've never seen before.
The film has already been given a restricted R-rating in the USA and is expected to explore disturbing themes. Franklin plays a key role in Arthur Fleck aka the Joker's downfall. "Phillips" exploration of Arthur Fleck, who is indelibly portrayed by Joaquin Phoenix, is of a man struggling to find his way in Gotham's fractured society.
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Joker movie may have taken some form of inspiration from DC Comics' Killing Joke graphic novel. And sometimes that is uncovered and exposed, and sometimes it isn't, and so I always felt, like, there were characters in comics that were really interesting and deserve the opportunity to be kind of studied. According to Phillips, Joker was born from an idea he had to create a different, more grounded comic book film - but, based on this trailer, that doesn't mean the production team is going to be skipping out on all the bombast entirely. "We're not even doing Joker, but the story of becoming Joker". Not long ago we were geeking out on the clinical process through which Phoenix discovered (and we're sure, mastered) the Joker's laugh and now we hear it wasn't a very simple journey at all, especially for director Todd Pillips.
Joker will premiere at the 76th Venice International Film Festival on August 31, 2019, and is scheduled to be released in North America on October 4, 2019. Joker actually pulls a lot from Martin Scorsese's 1982 black comedy The King of Comedy, in which De Niro plays a mediocre, troubled comedian hoping to get his big break through a successful comedy show host.