Joaquin Phoenix’s JokerGotham City is being terrorized once more by the film. Todd Phillips, the director and writer of the 2019 film, announced Tuesday that there is a sequel in development. He did not reveal much information about the sequel, but he confirmed that Phoenix will be returning to Arthur Fleck.
Phillips shared this news by sharing a photo the screenplay JokerThe sequel features the second image in the Instagram gallery that shows Phoenix reading the script. The front page of the script was shown in the first photograph. It was dated May 18, 20,22. It also noted that Scott Silver, Phillips’ co-writer, wrote it. The script also features the title. Joker: Folie à Deux. While the “deux”Refers to the fact it is a sequel of 2019’s JokerThe phrase “folie a deux”a fascinating connection to the villain. According to Vocabulary.com, “folie à deux”Refers to a mental disorder experienced by two people at once. It’s fitting, considering that Joker is quite troubled (to put it mildly),
The latest news from JokerPhoenix spoke about the possibility in an interview, and it is now that he has made a sequel. The Playlist. Although he stated that he was interested to portray Arthur Fleck again at the time, there were no immediate plans. Joker 2. He stated that he told the publication: “I mean, I dunno. From when we were shooting, we started to —you know, uhh, this is an interesting guy. There are some things we could do with this guy and could [explore] further. But as to whether we actually will? I don’t know.”After JokerPhillips performed extremely well at the box-office, so there was speculation that he had pitched Warner Bros. about expanding the DC universe with more origin story films. Phillips denied the idea and expressed concern about his future with Warner Bros.
“I can honestly say to you there was no meeting that ever happened on October 7 where I marched in,”Phillips said IndieWire. “First of all, if you know me and my career, that’s not my style. I made a huge comedy at Warner Bros., The Hangover, and I didn’t suddenly become a comedy factory producer, like, oh, let’s just churn out movies. Bradley [Cooper] and I have a production company at Warners. I’ve been at Warners for 15, 16 years. We have two things in development at all times, not 40 things like some people. I’m not the kind of guy who goes marching in saying I want these 40 titles. I just don’t have the energy.”