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Entertainment Everything You Need to Know About Joker if You Refuse to See It in Theaters

21:05  05 october  2019
21:05  05 october  2019 Source:   popsugar.com

Dark 'Joker' wins top Venice Film Festival prize

Dark 'Joker' wins top Venice Film Festival prize Todd Phillips' dark comic book film "Joker" won the Golden Lion Award at the 76th Venice International Film Festival on Saturday and cemented its place as a legitimate contender for the rest of the awards season. Jury president Lucretia Martel announced the winners of the prestigious award during a ceremony on the Lido. The Golden Lion previously put a spotlight on films that went on to be major awards season players, such as "Roma" and the film academy's 2018 best picture winner, "The Shape of Water." © Provided by Canadian Press Enterprises Inc"I want to thank Warner Bros.

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Weeks of controversial headlines aren’t getting in the way of a record-breaking weekend for Warner Bros.’ “Joker.”

After taking home $39.9 million in Friday domestic ticket sales — the biggest October opening day ever — the R-rated supervillain film is eyeing a huge $92 million weekend total.

That’s on the higher end of initial box office projections, which saw the film debuting in the $80 million to $95 million range. Either way, the film is likely to beat previous October opening weekend record holder “Venom,” which opened to $80.3 million last year.

“The Joker” has generated widespread controversy for its villainous depiction of evil, prompting some theaters to increase security. Additionally, family members of the 2012 Aurora shooting victims — a mass shooting that occurred at a screening of “The Dark Knight Rises — signed a letter to Warner Bros. CEO Ann Sarnoff expressing concerns about the film’s release. Although the families ultimately refrained from calling for “Joker” to be pulled from release, they did say the movie’s “sympathetic origin story… gave us pause.”

Todd Phillips Says Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker Won’t Meet Robert Pattinson’s Batman

Todd Phillips Says Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker Won’t Meet Robert Pattinson’s Batman “Joker” director Todd Phillips isn’t optimistic when it comes to a future meeting between Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker and Robert Pattinson’s recently announced Batman “No, definitely not,” he told Variety when asked if the pair would appear in a future film together. 

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Everything You Need to Know About Joker If You Refuse to See It in Theaters . He even goes as far as referring to him as " Joker " while picking at how decidedly not funny Arthur is. However, Arthur gets a call soon after inviting him to be a guest on the show.

“Joker,” which is opening with the biggest release ever for an October film, premiered to early critical acclaim at the Venice Film Festival, where it won the Golden Lion, the festival’s highest prize. Star Joaquin Phoenix has also drawn early awards speculation for his turn as the classic DC villain.

“Joker” is also generating ticket sales overseas where it scored $32.7 million from 73 foreign markets, bringing its international total up to $57.2 million. Top Friday openers included the United Kingdom ($4.7 million), Mexico ($4.2 million), Japan ($1.9 million) and Spain ($1.4 million).

Behind “Joker” is Universal’s animated adventure “Abominable,” which took home $2.7 million in its second weekend. “Downton Abby” came in third with $2.4 million and STX’s fourth weekend of “Hustlers” scored another $1.9 million. Rounding out the top five was Warner Bros.’ fifth frame of “It: Chapter Two” which nabbed $1.4 million.

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Joaquin Phoenix Responds To Fan Theory That His Joker Isn’t The Real Joker .
Todd Phillips’ “Joker” has been a big success as it portrays the story of how Arthur Fleck became the Joker. But since Bruce Wayne is only a child during the story, many fans are wondering if Fleck is the same Joker that Batman ultimately goes on to fight. RELATED: The Weeknd Got Decked Out As The Joker For Halloween“I mean, to me, yes he is,” Joaquin Phoenix, who plays the title character, told The Los Angeles Times in a recent interview when asked about the fan theory.He then added that he and Phillps wanted viewers to question if Fleck was the real Joker.RELATED: For An Encore, ‘Joker’ Is No.

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