Well, we did say Joker was being placed on the fast-track, and with filming set to commence in New York City this September, it won't be long before we catch a glimpse of Phoenix dressed as Gotham's worst nightmare. The news comes just a day after a release date was unveiled for the film, which is now set to hit theaters just a month before Wonder Woman 1984. Fans can look forward to seeing the film in theaters relatively soon as it was just set for a October 4, 2019 release; filming is expected to start this September in NY. Robert De Niro is rumored to be in talks as well, but his name was not mentioned in the latest report, which could mean that the actor isn't going to be in the movie after all.
The Joker origin movie centers around the iconic arch nemesis and is an original, standalone story not seen before on the big screen.
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When is the Joaquin Phoenix Joker movie out in cinemas? The actor believed that the part had been played too many times by too many good actors over the years.
Its budget is in the $55 million range, significantly lower than the tentpoles that dominate the form, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Jared Leto's portrayal of The Joker in Suicide Squad was met with a lack of enthusiasm, but Joaquin Phoenix may be just the man to pull the Joker out of his slump.