The release date for “Joker 2” has been set by Warner Bros: Check it out!

On October 4, 2024, The Joker will return to the neighborhood multiplex.

After the 2019 release of Joker, which brought in about $1 billion at the box office, Todd Phillips will helm the Joker 2 sequel, which is most likely to have Joaquin Phoenix as the DC villain.

The release date for "Joker 2" has been set by Warner Bros: Check it out!

The script was co-written by Scott Silver and Phillips for the film Joker. The new project’s name, Joker: Folie à deux, was announced by Phillips on social media and alludes to a medical word for the same or comparable mental disorder that affects two or more people, typically members of the same family.

According to THR sources, Lady Gaga is also believed to be considering Joker 2, though the specifics of her role are still unknown. Even yet, Harley Quinn, his doctor at the Arkham Asylum mental hospital, who falls in love with him and becomes his sidekick and partner in crime, is well known for their tumultuous on-and-off relationship.

The 2018 adaptation of A Star Is Born, which starred Gaga and Joker producer Bradley Cooper, was originally produced by Phillips.

It’s unclear if Phillips and the team are leveraging other DC characters or going it alone, as they frequently did in the first film.




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