'Joker' trailer is a twisted and terrifying nightmare we can't escape

Apr 04, 2019, 01:21
'Joker' trailer is a twisted and terrifying nightmare we can't escape

Actor Joaquin Phoenix is pictured posing during a photocall for the film "Les Freres Sisters" as part of the 44th Deauville US Film Festival in Deauville, north-western France on September 4, 2018.

We see Arthur routinely getting harassed, beaten up, and left to fend for himself in a "changing" Gotham.

It also stars Zazie Beetz, Frances Conroy, Marc Maron, Bill Camp, Glenn Fleshler, Shea Whigham, Brett Cullen, Douglas Hodge and Josh Pais. The Todd Phillips directed flick has been keeping its direction largely under wraps until today, courtesy of the first official trailer.

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Phoenix joins a cast of elite stars who have portrayed the Joker, including Heath Ledger who appeared in 2008's "The Dark Knight", Jared Leto in 2016's "Suicide Squad" and Jack Nicholson in 1989's "Batman". It might as well be the thing that scares you the most, ' the three-time Oscar nominee told Collider back in July.

But at CinemaCon Tuesday, we were finally allowed a peek behind the curtain - and what we saw might surprise you.

The first trailer for the upcoming Joker movie starring Joaquin Phoenix has been released, and it's definitely going to have fans talking.

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Twitter user Jeff Lowe said Phoenix met his criteria for a successful Joker by being "someone who can make it their own and unique". De Niro (briefly glimpsed in the teaser) is reportedly playing a talk show host inspired by Rupert Pupkin in 1982's The King of Comedy. He's living an unappreciated life, caring for his ailing mother and beset and beat down by the world at every turn, literally assaulted by people everywhere he goes, and he has a weird fixation on clowns. And then, of course, there's Joaquin Phoenix in the lead.

Find out exactly how Joker got those scars - or at least how he cracked in the '80s and went full-psychopath - when Joker hits United Kingdom cinemas on 4 October.

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