Jared Leto really wants to play The Joker again, even though Joaquin Phoenix has his own solo film as the villain on the way.
Finally. It's only taken five seasons, but Gotham has finally unveiled the Joker, just two episodes before the series is to end.
He’s Batman’s most iconic villain and a staple of the DC comic books. But while the Joker has made several memorable screen appearances thanks to Heath Ledger and Jack Nicholson, they’re not the only ones to bring the Clown Prince of Crime to our screens.Sure, there are plenty of big names, such as Cesar Romero the classic ‘60s TV Joker, Jared Leto in Suicide Squad, and even Joaquin Phoenix is getting in on the act in 2019, but there are also quite a few you might not expect.Brent Spiner? Michael Emerson? Yes, they’ve both leant their voices to animated versions of the Joker.Read moreTommy Wiseau is the Joker in new viral videoSee Joaquin Phoenix as the JokerEverything you need to know about the new Joker film
<strong>EXCLUSIVE</strong>: Robert De Niro is in talks to join Joaquin Phoenix in Warner Bros’ Joker origins movie starring Joaquin Phoenix. Todd Phillips is directing and co-wrote the backstory tale of Batman's archnemesis, which is described as a gritty character study but also a broader cautionary tale of a man disregarded by society who becomes the ultimate supervillain. These talks have been going on for weeks, but a deal is near and they have finally worked out the financials. As…
As plans for the Martin Scorsese-produced Joker prequel continue rolling – now with some possible added De Niro – it's emerged that it might not be standing completely alone.
From “Aquaman” to “Wonder Woman 1984” to “Suicide Squad 2,” here's where every DC movie stands following the recent behind-the-scenes tumult.
Ben Affleck's tenure as the caped crusader is over, while the rumoured Joaquin Phoenix Joker movie is on, according to reports.
Leto unveiled his 'clown prince of crime' in Suicide Squad, but it appears that executives at Warner Bros may have somewhat short memories.
Phoenix’s protagonist is a magnetically unhinged center of attention for a saga that’s as thrilling as it is traumatizing.
Filmmaker posts enigmatic tweet with a photo of the much-loved villains. Could he be trying to tell us something?
Studio courts Oscar-winning star for standalone prequel centred on Batman's arch-nemesis - and Jared Leto is said to be displeased.
Report claims filmmaker is off planned spin-off 'Gotham City Sirens,' which may have been scrapped in favour of Harley Quinn/Joker movie.
The DC Extended Universe is expanding in a slightly unexpected direction with the news that an origin movie is in the works for The Joker, arch-nemesis of Batman and arguably just as iconic a figure in the DC pantheon.However, it is already confirmed that director Todd Phillips’ as yet untitled film will not star Jared Leto (whose take on the character in 2016’s ‘Suicide Squad’ proved divisive), and will instead recast with a younger actor to portray the Clown Prince of Crime in his earliest days.The big question is, who should play the young Joker in this DCEU prequel? Here are our top ten suggestions.Read More:Death Note remake director gets “death threats”Terminator 2’s Robert Patrick wants to play the T-1000 againGwyneth Paltrow confirmed for Avengers: Infinity War
The 'Goodfellas' legend will join with '8 Mile' screenwriter Scott Silver, who will co-write the project, with 'The Hangover' helmsman Todd Phillips directing.
The 'Suicide Squad' stars may go deeper into DC's darkest romance in a movie all of their own.
The world of DC Comics has been carefully recreated using millions of Lego bricks in a new exhibition in London.Former New York lawyer Nathan Sawaya has given up the day job and now spends his time using the children’s building blocks to create stunning models.Superman, Batman and various other characters from the comic book universe have all been given the Lego treatment at The Art of the Brick: DC Super Heroes, that is on display at South Bank.
Do you know every actor who has played The Joker?He’s Batman’s most iconic villain and a staple of the DC comic books. But while The Joker has made several memorable screen appearances thanks to Heath Ledger and Jack Nicholson, they’re not the only ones to bring the Clown Prince of Crime to our screens.But do you know who else has put on the clown makeup?Sure, there are plenty of big names, such as Cesar Romero – the classic ‘60s TV Joker. But there are quite a few you might not expect. Brent Spiner? Michael Emerson? Yep, they’ve both leant their voices to animated versions of The Joker.And you won’t believe who else is on this list…
Hindsight is a wonderful thing, especially if you’re film director David Ayer. The director surprisingly issued a fan with a detailed response over on Twitter, as the helmer openly discussed ‘Suicide Squad’ and cleared up his feelings on making it. While he thanked fans and insisted he tried his best to make something different, the interesting part is when he says what he perhaps should have done with Jared Leto’s The Joker.