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Entertainment ‘Joker’ Looks To Break Worldwide B.O. Record For R-Rated Film, On Its Way To $900M

04:35  21 october  2019
04:35  21 october  2019 Source:   deadline.com

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Joker movie is on its way to earning 0 million at the worldwide box office, surpassing both Justice League and Man of Steel. Though its release was plagued by controversy, Joker has only flourished in theaters, setting box office records for its October debut.

Joker may be on its way to becoming the biggest R - rated movie of all time. Joker is set to cross the Tracking Joker 's current momentum, it is possible that the film will break 0 million according to Forbes. The film wasn't released in the United States and so it did not receive an MPAA rating

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Todd Phillips’ DC movie Joker is poised to become the highest grossing R-rated U.S. release of all-time heading toward a potential $900M in global ticket sales.

In its third weekend, the Warner Bros./Village Roadshow/Bron Studios’ release made $107M worldwide sending its overall total to $737.5M. The pic, which has won Joaquin Phoenix high praise for his turn as a twisted, social outcast and a top spot on awards prognosticators’ annual best actor list, just needs to beat Deadpool‘s $783M tally before it owns the global-grossing record for a R-rated U.S. release. Deadpool 2‘s $785M global gross includes $47M from its PG-13 holiday cut. Joker has already surpassed New Line’s It worldwide B.O. of $700.3M, and will soon outstrip Warner/VR’s The Matrix Reloaded‘s $742.1M WW. The only place left for Joker to trick and treat is in China.

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The film has grossed 3.6 million worldwide , making it the tenth highest-grossing film of 2019, and set box office records for an October release. Joker opened in 4,374 theaters in North America and made .9 million on its first day, including .3 million from Thursday night previews, besting

It looks like " Joker " is going to have the last laugh. And coming off the awful release of "The Goldfinch" (it has only earned .2 million worldwide to date on a million " Joker " is playing on over 4,300 screens in North America, a record for an October release, showing just how bullish the

There were extreme concerns from the FBI, U.S. military, LAPD, NYPD and local law enforcement around the country over Joker and its impact on America’s NRA-obsessed society. Thank God, people have just simply gone to the movies to watch the edgiest DC comic book film of-all-time. One rival distribution exec exclaimed today how Phoenix’s performance “is transcendent”, provoking the masses to go. Warner Bros. marketing department, which knew how to sell Joker before Phillips shot a frame, also gets huge credit here for positioning the pic as a hip, cool, prolific comic-book film you’ve never seen (as opposed to its severe Taxi Driver meets Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer sensibilities). By premiering the pic on the fall film festival circuit of Venice and TIFF, Warners promptly wowed reviewers who gave it a 68% on Rotten Tomatoes, enough to enable the pic to crossover to non-fanboys who are propelling Joker to $300M domestic. Joker will soon pass $500M overseas. Nancy breaks down this weekend’s Joker updates here.

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Todd Phillips' R - rated DC villain movie Joker arrived on tracking Thursday that suggests an average opening weekend of million. All of this suggests an average opening of million off one box office projection service’s report, which would rep a new opening record for the month of October

Joker has left a series of shattered records in its wake, including ousting Sony’s Venom as October’s largest domestic and international opening of all Joker ’s box office success gets the last laugh on WB, as the studio reportedly gave the film , set outside its mainstream DC Comics film continuity, a

Pictures: Heath Ledger and More Stars Who Played The Joker

Cesar Romero: The Cuban-American actor was the first actor to play The Joker in the Batman TV series, which originally aired in the 60s, and the 1966 film that followed. His portrayal as the original Joker earned his character a mention on TV Guide’s The 60 Nastiest Villains of all Time. Romero reportedly refused to shave his mustache while filming Batman, and so the makeup artists on set had to compromise by simply smearing white paint to cover his facial air.

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