The Joker, helmed by Todd Phillips and featuring Joaquin Phoenix, was perhaps the greatest surprise of the decade when it dropped in theatres at the end of 2019. The story of Arthur Fleck, a troubled loner driven by circumstances and his own broke mind to turn into Gotham’s most bad criminal, was portrayed in a different continuity (not to mention a different time period) from the other movies in the DC film universe.
In its first six weeks of release, Joker turned into the first R-rated movie to reach the $1 billion barriers at the global box office, the best comic book film ever, and the best October opening weekend of all time.
At the point when The Hollywood Reporter reported in November 2019 that Phillips and his co-writer Scott Silver were discussing a spin-off of Fleck’s story, with Phoenix returning the part, Phillips said he had zero desire to do such.
There have been no talks on a Joker spin-off, as per Deadline sources, following the publication of THR’s article. Toby Emmerich and Phillips never met up, as per a report in the Hollywood Reporter, which expressed that Phillips had proposed a slate of dark DC Comics villain pictures to Emmerich.
Release Date For Joker 2
Clearly, we don’t know when Joker 2 will be out in light of the fact that the parties involved haven’t even begun talking yet. For a Joker spin off, Phillips and Silver are probably going to take as much time as necessary to write the most engaging story possible. We don’t actually have the information on when the film might start production. Almost certainly, the writing process will be one of the time-consuming portions of any sequel’s journey.
On the off chance that the film gets a spin-off, everybody involved has a tremendous interest to guarantee that it is well-received in the critical and box office arenas.
Joker 2 Cast Members
Regardless of whether Joker 2 is declared tomorrow, we don’t have any idea who the rest of the cast will be, however, we’re sure that Phoenix will get back to additionally explore Fleck’s psyche if it does. Phillips has made it very plain that he wouldn’t think about a sequel unless Phoenix, the star of the first film, is ready.
If Pattinson’s Dark Knight could show up in a Joker spin-off, Phillips was clear when asked at the Toronto International Film Festival: “No, certainly not.”Since the movie’s relationship to the DC canon is convoluted, this makes perfect sense.