The Tracking Board’s Jeff Sneider revealed that Martin Scorsese’s untitled Joker origin film is scheduled to begin production in May 2018.
Last summer, it was reported that Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment were in the early stages of developing a Joker spin-off that would explore the iconic DC villains origin. Now, a listing unveiled by Sneider reveals the production of the Joker film is scheduled to begin on May 1, 2018.
You can read details on the project in the post below!
Also from early January. I could literally post this shit all day but I CHOOSE NOT TO. Because I care less and less with each passing day. pic.twitter.com/3TqUU1h1Tq
— Jeff Sneider (@TheInSneider) February 20, 2018
Details on the Joker movie’s plot are currently unknown, though the film will be set in a gritty 1980s Gotham City and is said to be separate from the DC Extended Universe in an effort to create new and unique storylines to expand the canon.
Acclaimed filmmaker Martin Scorsese will produce the project with Joaquin Phoenix in talks to play the Clown Prince of Crime. Todd Phillips is set to direct the standalone film and co-wrote the screenplay with Scott Silver.
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Source: Jeff Sneider
Top 7 Joker Performances From TV & Movies Ranked
The Joker is one of the most popular villains in fiction. As a result of that, he has been featured in multiple movies, TV shows and video games. Fortunately, he’s a character who can be molded to fit his environment. He’s equally at home in The LEGO Batman Movie getting his feelings hurt as he is pushing Superman to the brink in the Injustice video game franchise.
One question persists through all those adaptations: who plays Joker best?
For all you Suicide Squad fans out there wondering why Jared Leto isn’t on the list, don’t worry I got an answer for you. I didn’t like him! Man oh man, I thought he was terrible honestly. Laughable in the wrong sense of the word. Perhaps some of the cut scenes might have changed my mind, but from what I saw I wasn’t left wanting more.
Do you think I’m wrong? Should Leto or someone else have made the list? Sound off in the comment section and let me know!
But for now, take some laughing gas and hit Next to find out who the best Jokers are!