December is the expected start date of production on Todd Phillips’ Joaquin Phoenix-starring filmTodd Phillips’ Joaquin Phoenix-starter, Deadline broke the news overnight, revealing the movie’s release date as October 4, 2024. The release is reminiscent of the first Joker film, which hit theatres on the same day in 2019.
That film made over $ 1 billion worldwide, making it the first R-rated film to do so in history. Warner Bros. hopes to emulate its success. It was reported by Deadline that production on Joker: Folie à Deux will begin in December. DC’s Extended Universe will have five films scheduled between now and next year, including Black Adam, Shazam! and Wonder Woman!
There will be two episodes of Fury Of The Gods and Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom, as well as The Flash and Blue Beatle. Despite being in the final stages of post-production and costing an estimated $90million, Joker: Folie à Deux’s release date comes amid controversy for the DCEU: earlier this week, Warner Bros announced that Batgirl would be pulled from its release schedule.
despite being in the final stages of post-production and costing an estimated $90million. In response, Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah have described themselves as “saddened and shocked.”Joker sequel rumors began swirling almost immediately after the 2019 movie was released. Lady Gaga will star as Harley Quinn in the musical film, which is titled “Shared Madness” in French.
Since it was officially announced, Lady Gaga has been in talks to star as Harley Quinn. The first Joker received a five-star review from NME’s Greg Wetherall, who described it as “a melancholic psychodrama punctuated by shocking violence.”
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