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Joaquin Phoenix’s ‘Joker’ Movie Gets the Greenlight, Will Shoot in the Fall
11 July 2018, 07:40 | Elsie Buchanan
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Phoenix has previously discussed Leto's work as the Joker and revealed he would take the character in a different direction than his predecessors.
Now it seems actor Joaquin Phoenix is going to try his hand at playing the DC Comics psychopath with a sick sense of humor in a new origin-story movie green-lit by Warner Bros.
Official plot details are now under wraps, though the film is rumored to depict the Clown Prince of Crime as a failed comedian who becomes The Joker after bombing with audiences.
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According to The Hollywood Reporter, the standalone film was picked up by Warner Bros. and will begin filming in NY this September with Phoenix playing Batman's arch-nemesis. However, Scorsese's producer Emma Tillinger Koskoff is still aboard here with Richard Baratta as EP.
$55 million is not very much for a film that will be part of a superhero franchise, possibly leading to something quite interesting with the finished product.
"I see it as any other movie", he said. "So I wouldn't say, hands down, no - I wouldn't do that kind of movie".
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