Everything suggested HBO Max was going to be the permanent home of ‘Joker,’ DC’s hugely successful movie Joaquin Phoenix In 2019, the long-awaited sequel of which is already being filmed. However, today we got a tremendous surprise Its landing in the Netflix catalogue.
‘Joker’ was also the first DC film in many years that was not part of the Expanded Universe forever marked by the Snyderverse. At Warner they already saw with the success of ‘Aquaman’ that it was better to stop focusing on the shared thrills and box office bombing of the film that worries us now. They made it clear that we have to turn the page,
His impressive success – ‘Joker’ was the first R-rated film in the United States over 1 billion Worldwide Collection – Absolutely unnoticed. Besides, ‘The Batman’ has been DC’s biggest hit ever, and it was even on its own. Obviously, the recent announcement of a new study strategy with its superheroes has changed everything again, but the conclusion remains the same: Snyderverse is dead.
phoenix above all
Going back to the specific case of ‘Joker’, I think No One Disputes That The Biggest Draw Of The Movie Is Phoenix One of those extreme characters in which he is so good and which earned him his first Oscar. It’s hard not to miss his great work here in ‘Actually, You Were Never Here,’ but that doesn’t detract from his approach to the legendary DC villain.
that yes, ‘Joker’ This is not a superhero film by any means. of use, as it focuses on telling the origin of his character and there is no trace of Batman -Bruce Wayne appears in a brief scene, still a tender infant-. For this, Todd Phillips clearly inspired by the cinema of Martin Scorsese in general and ‘The King of Comedy’ in particular for giving us a work that proposes perhaps a little dull, but full of strength in its vision of the inferno of the human mind.
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