Joker Life-Size Bust

“When you bring me out, can you introduce me as Joker?” If you have the cash to spend on this meticulously crafted life-size bust of Joaquin Phoenix as The Joker, you’ll be the one introducing your friends to Arthur Fleck. That’s not a still from Joker in the image above, that’s the life-size Joker bust created by Infinity Studios, and you won’t believe how detailed it is. Read More »

kitbag cast jodie comer

Jodie Comer will (probably) be Josephine to Joaquin Phoenix‘s Napoleon in Ridley Scott‘s Kitbag. Comer just worked with Scott on the historical epic The Last Duel, and now she’ll likely play Napoleon’s first wife. The deal isn’t final yet, and there’s always a chance that the Killing Eve star might not end up in the film after all. But for now, she’s Scott’s number one choice for the role.

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Disappointment Blvd

Ari Aster and Joaquin Phoenix are teaming up for Disappointment Blvd., a title that’s coming from Aster’s buddies over at A24. The indie distributor pumped out Aster’s Hereditary and Midsommar, so it makes sense that the director would want to stick with them. We don’t know much about the title just yet, but the official word is that it’ll be a “decades-spanning portrait of one of the most successful entrepreneurs of all time.” Aster has dropped several hints about what his new movie might be about in the past, but it’s unclear if he was talking about this project.

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Ridley Scott has got his new movie in the bag, with Apple Studios acquiring Kitbag, a Napoleon Bonaparte epic set to star Joaquin Phoenix as the French emperor and military leader.

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Napoleon film

Sir Ridley Scott seems poised to do what Stanley Kubrick famously could not: make a movie about Napoleon.

A new report says Scott is set to direct an epic Napoleon film called Kitbag which will reunite him with his Gladiator cast member Joaquin Phoenix, who recently won a Best Actor trophy at the Oscars for his work on last year’s Joker. Cue the “Napoleon dancing down the steps” memes, and learn more about the project below.
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Prime 1 Studio Joker Movie Statue

Easily one of the most memorable moments from last year’s Joker movie was seeing the increasingly unstable future Clown Prince of Crime take a victory dance down the stairs of The Bronx in New York. Set to the tune of Gary Glitter’s “Rock & Roll Part 2,” the scene in question finds Joaquin Phoenix dancing wildly and energetically as he descends the staircase, and now you can have that moment immortalized on your shelves in the form of an incredibly detailed new Prime 1 Studio Joker statue. Read More »

joker featurette new

Hey, remember Joker? It seemed like such a huge deal last year, and it eventually won Joaquin Phoenix an Oscar. But the dark, violent film from Todd Phillips kind of feels like yesterday’s news at the moment – especially with everything else going on right now. Despite this – or perhaps because of it – Warner Bros. just released a nearly 30-minute behind-the-scenes featurette for the film online.

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Joaquin Phoenix Almost Played Batman

Joaquin Phoenix took home plenty of awards, including the Oscar for Best Actor, for his lead performance in Joker, the origin story of Batman’s most notorious nemesis. However, back in the early 2000s when Warner Bros. Pictures was looking to reboot The Dark Knight with a new feature film franchise, Phoenix almost played The Caped Crusader himself.

Director Darren Aronofsky recently shed light on the time he spent trying to get a Batman movie off the ground following the success of Requiem for a Dream in 2000. Aronofsky previously revealed that he wanted Joaquin Phoenix to take on the role of Bruce Wayne/Batman, but the studio wanted to take the DC Comics superhero in a completely different direction, and they wanted someone else in the lead role. Read More »

New Joaquin Phoenix Movie

Joaquin Phoenix, you just won an Oscar for playing a smelly clown! What are you going to do next? The answer: star in an A24 film for director Mike Mills. Word of this project first surfaced last year, and now, details are starting to trickle out. The plot involves Phoenix’s character traveling across the country with his nephew.

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joker live concert

Todd PhillipsJoker is coming back to theaters to incite cinematic chaos yet again – but this time, it will be part of a special touring event in which the film’s award-winning score will be performed live along with the movie. The international event kicks off in London on April 30, 2020, and you can get the details below.
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