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Entertainment Joaquin Phoenix Walks Out Of Joker Interview, Only To Return An Hour Later

15:20  20 september  2019
15:20  20 september  2019 Source:   huffingtonpost.co.uk

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Getty © Getty Getty A journalist has described a toe-curling encounter with Joaquin Phoenix, which ended in the actor storming out of their interview, only to return an hour later.

Joaquin is currently on the promo trail for his new film Joker, in which he plays a reimagined version of the iconic Batman villain.

In a new piece in The Telegraph, Joaquin’s incarnation of the character is described as “a villain for our times”, who “writes an unhinged manifesto; fantasises about killing himself on live television, agitates for chaos on the streets”.

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“If the film hadn’t been set in the ’80s he could easily be the latest online message-board extremist to take his grievances murderously viral,” writes film critic Robbie Collin.

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a man wearing glasses: Joaquin Phoenix in Joker © Warner Bros Joaquin Phoenix in Joker However, when it was suggested the Joker could inspire “exactly the kind of people it’s about, with potentially tragic results” in an interview to promote the film, it not something the actor took kindly to.

In fact, Joaquin was left more or less speechless by the question, reportedly muttering “why would you..?” before “walking out of the door”.

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Eventually the interview resumed after an hour of what is described as “peace-brokering with a Warner Bros PR to get things back on track”.

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Interestingly, Joker director Todd Phillips has said that Joaquin did have a habit of walking off set when they were in the middle of filming, telling the New York Times: “In the middle of the scene, he’ll just walk away and walk out. And the poor other actor thinks it’s them and it was never them ― it was always him, and he just wasn’t feeling it.”

Joining Joaquin in the cast of Joker are Robert De Niro and Frances Conroy, who plays his character’s mother.

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a man wearing a suit and tie standing in front of a building: Todd Phillips’ Joker movie won’t be hitting theaters until October 4. But it’s been provoking both heated outrage and acclaim from the internet filmgoing community already. Some have said Joaquin Phoenix's performance could be Oscar worthy. Others have denounced the film as one-note, or worse, with certain critics making the case that a film like Joker could even be dangerous in today’s sociopolitical climate. However the movie ends up being received by wide audiences when it’s finally released later this fall, one thing’s for sure–the decades-old DC Comics character called The Joker is a force of nature. The villainous Clown Prince of Crime has been the subject of several famous–and tragic–portrayals over the past half a century, making the careers of some actors, and, as in the case of Jared Leto, bringing performer’s reputation down into the gutters. There is just something about The Joker. He’s an enigmatic and fully terrifying Batman foil who was created all the way back in 1940 by the DC Comics team of Bill Finger, Bob Kane, and Jerry Robinson. A shocking phenomenon to behold, Joker’s possibly the greatest villain in pop culture history. His hilarious, sociopathic, and downright demonic presence has become something of a filmmaking tradition. Just like with James Bond, or even Batman himself, it’s no small news when an actor signs on to play the infamous Dark Knight nemesis. Here we've ranked the most famous Joker portrayals from worst to best [insert maniacal laughter here].
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