Joker 2 already has a release date with Joaquin Phoenix locked up in the Arkham asylum


Todd Phillips may already be working on the Joker sequel, according to some indications

Joker 2, whose official title is Joker: Folie à Deux, will be released in October 2024, with Joaquin Phoenix trapped in Arkham Asylum… with Lady Gaga as Harley Quinn?

Joker 2 It already has a release date: the most prestigious and blockbuster movie from DC Comics will have a sequel, again with the director Todd Phillips and the Oscar-winning actor joaquin phoenixand that will be released exactly five years after the first part that elevated the chaotic Warner Bros.

Joker: Folie a Deux is the title, at least provisional, of this sequel, which Phillips revealed on Instagram last June. It is also rumored that the film will be a musical and that Lady Gaga will play Harley Quinn.

Although Warner Bros. has not made the information about the sequel official, it does seem to have set a release date, as they advance in dead line. And Joker: Folie à Deux will premiere on October 4, 2024.

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Little is known about this sequel, although its title suggests that Arthur Fleck She will share her madness with another person, who is expected to be Harley Quinn, who will be Lady Gaga if negotiations between the actress and the studio come to fruition.

According to TheWrapmuch of the film will take place inside the Arkham Asylum, where the Joker is locked away at the end of the first film. In addition, Deadline points out that shooting will begin before the end of the year, so its distribution should soon be finalized.

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Joker, released in October 2019, was a rare case of a “superhero” movie that swept the box office ($1 billion, despite its R rating) and critics as well.

Despite its controversies, was nominated for 11 Oscars, including Best Picture and Best Director. He won Best Actor for Joaquin Phoenix and Best Score for Hildur Guðnadóttir. In addition, he also took the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festivala.

It is natural that Warner Bros. wants to continue with these films, which confirms its date in the midst of the controversy over the sudden cancellation of films like Batgirl, the sequel to Scooby and other projects on HBO Max… for economic reasons.


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