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Joker origin film starring Joaquin Phoenix to begin shooting in September

July 11th, 2018 | by vBollywood Author
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Joker origin film starring Joaquin Phoenix to begin shooting in September
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The Joker returns once again to create chaos in the streets of Gotham. In this part, the psychopath will be seen the warped sense of humour is set to be played by Joaquin Phoenix. The actor is well-known and was applauded for hos significant roles starring in Gladiator and Her.

According to Variety, Warner Bros. has given the go-ahead for its production to start in September, immediately after establishing a deal with Phoenix. The budget of this film is set around 55 million dollars, which as far as a superhero, or in this case, a supervillain movie goes, is somewhat average.

Hollywood star Joaquin Phoenix has admitted that working with so many talented directors has made him less likely to take over a crucial spot behind the camera.

The upcoming film is rumoured to explore the Jester of Genocide’s origin story with Philips from the Hangover franchise helming the project as co-writer and director. Scott Silver is said to be joining him as the co-writer. Emma Tillinger Koskoff is taking over the role of a producer in the film with Richard Baratta taking up the role of the executive producer.

Warner Bros. green-lights origin movie on joker with Joaquin Phoenix. The film is gearing up to take a darker and gritter route.

According to reports, the film will follow a much more gritty path and delve into how the Joker became the maniacal criminal mastermind he is now known to be. The story of the film is going to be set in the 80’s and will follow more of a criminal drama route than seen in the comics. It is said that the film will be much more “darker and more experimental in tone and content.”

The announcement of this movie has left fans in a frenzy of sorts, and not necessarily the good kind. With a standalone movie on the Jester with Jared Leto in the lead already on the cards, another one seems to be a bit of an overkill. Fans of the DC Universe are getting a bit tired of the continuous on-screen portrayal of the maniac with a method.

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