Warner Bros. Sets Joaquin Phoenix's Joker Movie For Fall 2019

Esequiel Farfan
Julio 20, 2018

It's got a name ― "Joker" naturally ― and it's scheduled to open October 4, 2019, Warner Bros. announced Wednesday, per Deadline. The studio describes Phillips" film as being an "exploration of a man disregarded by society [that] is not only a gritty character study, but also a broader cautionary tale.' Phillips and Scott Silver co-wrote the script.

We won't have long to find out; the movie is due in theaters in a little over a year.

Phoenix talked about the latest reinvention of the Clown Prince of Crime in a recent interview with Collider. A recent report indicated Warner Bros. was looking at Academy Award-winning actress Frances McDormand to possibly play the Joker's mother, but she reportedly passed on the role.

Warner Bros. gave the greenlight to the origin movie earlier this month. Probably because Jared Leto is still playing The Joker in the DCEU.

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An origin movie about the Joker starring Joaquin Phoenix in the supervillain role is coming together rapidly. The Phoenix film will delve into what it took for the Joker to become a criminal mastermind.

The movie is also said to have a budget of around $55 million.

"Joker" becomes the third title slated for October 4, 2019, joining Fox's thriller "The Woman in the Window" and Paramount's sci-fier "Gemini Man".

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