He revealed another thing that helped him prepare. And he said, 'You're going to start acting again, this is what you're going to do. "He didn't ask me, he told me".
I was going to his house, basically begging him to do the movie. And yet, that has not stopped some fans from rabidly speculating that Phoenix's Joker might one day encounter Robert Pattinson's Batman (soon to make his debut in Matt Reeves' The Batman). Why go through all the formality of signing on when the director is already begging you to play the part?
River, who initially overshadowed his younger brother and played the young Indiana Jones in "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade", died aged 23 of a drug overdose, with the recording of Joaquin's desperate call for an ambulance sold to the media.
He recalled a pivotal moment in his teenage years, after he'd stopped working as a child actor, when his late brother River Phoenix came home with a VHS copy of Martin Scorsese's "Raging Bull".
Phoenix accepted his award from fellow actor Willem Dafoe, joking he had no idea what it was for. My publicist said somebody wants to give you an award and I said, 'I'm in.
"I feel overwhelmed with emotion, because I'm just thinking about all the people that had such a profound influence on me", Phoenix said.
"I think he should be kind of heavy", Phoenix said.
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The actor thanked his father, mother and sisters Rain, Liberty and Summer.
Banderas told AFP the story had to be presented as comedy "because otherwise we can cry", while Oldman said they wanted to portray a "corrupt circus".
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Over the years, the actor has cultivated a reputation for the unexpected, most notably his freaky interview with David Letterman in 2009, where he appeared heavily bearded, dishevelled and replied to the host in monosyllables.
However, it is important to clarify that this Warner Bros film does not belong to the current DC universe, but is intended as the first pillar to forge a new saga of films that so far (and only so far) has been called as "DCDark", because it is meant to start a series of films that show both heroes and villains of these comics but with a more sinister and realistic approach than shown so far.