Joker Todd Phillips, the director, says he's "betting on ideas" for a sequel to Star Joaquin Phoenix, but the filmmaker firmly believes that the DC Comics-inspired drama is one of a kind should.
I do not think we will do another. That's just not in our plans, "Phillips told Jake Hamilton. "But for fun, did Joaquin and I share ideas? We did it when we did that because sometimes you do that.
Phillips earlier said he hopes to work with Phoenix someday and told Total Film Magazine "I would do anything with Joaquin every day of the week. There is nobody like him. If he's willing to do it, and people come to this movie and Warners comes to us and says, "You know what? If you could come up with something … & # 39; Well, I feel like he and I could come up with something cool. & # 39;
The director later had to clarify those comments and said during a Los Angeles screening, he and Studio Warner Bros. "have no plan for a sequel" to Joker .
"The quote was," I'll do anything Joaquin wants to do, "Phillips explained," and I would. The film, however, is not designed for a sequel to [have]. We always threw it as a movie, and that was it's. "
But since Batman's archenemy is a character that can be interpreted" infinitely, "Phillips expects that the first Joker movie will not be the last.
"We try to do something completely different with this film than with the comic films that existed before. And not because they are not cool, just because we want to try something different, "he said earlier AP News . "But this is not going to be the last joker movie ever made, anything tells me that somebody else is going to do something in 1
Phillips called past iterations of the character "all brilliantly unique" and continued: "This is the interpretation of one character by another group that can be interpreted infinitely."
Director Todd Phillip's "Joker" revolves around the iconic nemesis and is an original, self-contained fictitious story that has never been seen before on the big screen was seen. Phillips's exploration of Arthur Fleck, indelibly portrayed by Joaquin Phoenix, is a man struggling to navigate Gotham's fragmented society. He's a clown by day and strives to be a stand-up comic by night. But he thinks the joke always seems to be on top of him. Caught in a cyclical existence between apathy and cruelty, Arthur makes a bad decision that evokes a chain reaction of escalating events in this coarse-grained character study.
Performers are Joaquin Phoenix, Zazie Beetz, Frances Conroy and Robert De Niro, Joker will be opened on October 4th. Read ComicBook. com s five-star review of Joker here.