Warner Bros. and DC Comics are getting ready to begin production on their upcoming Joker sequel, and earlier today they revealed that the film will bow out October 4, 2024. Fans are getting really excited for the sequel with him, even with the title of the film. The film’s title, Joker: Folie Deux, alludes to the idea of two clowns in the film, but is most likely a reference to Harley Quinn. Therefore, fans have been creating fan art of several versions of the character in the film. A new art from BossLogic shows two versions of Joaquin Phoenix’s Clown Prince of Crime.
BossLogic released the art on its social media channels and it shows the actor in a comic-accurate purple suit, along with the film’s costume. Obviously, people are hoping that Phoenix will have a more accurate look for the Joker sequel, but they’ll probably do something more original like the first movie. You can see the fan art below!
The film is helmed by Todd Phillips and will bring back Phoenix with Lady Gaga expected to join the cast as Harley Quinn. Phillips has been in the news of late when his name surfaced in reports that he was a filmmaker, with Warner potentially interested in heading up DC Films. At one point, the director admitted that he had given DC owners an outright “dark” label, though it never came to fruition—yet.
“When I pitched ‘Joker’ to him, it wasn’t a movie, let’s do a whole label,” Phillips said in 2019. A label in a movie studio? But he said, let’s do it.”
He continued, “Here’s the real truth about a sequel. While Joaquin and I talked about it, and toured the world with Warner Bros. executives — going to Toronto, and Venice, and other places. – Of course, we’re sitting down for dinner and they’re saying, ‘So, have you thought about…?’ But, talking about the contracts, there is no contract for us to write a sequel, we have never approached Joaquin to be in the sequel. Will that happen? Again, I think the article is the best. was.”
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Reference from comicbook.com