The Clown Prince of Crime is set to debut in Mortal Kombat 11, and the gameplay trailer shows Joker is ready for a fight.
Put on a happy face, as Warner Bros. lines up a theatrical return for Joker to celebrate its 11 Oscar nominations.
Todd Phillips and Joaquin Phoenix receive nominations for this year’s Academy Awards, but Joker is also in the running in other Oscar categories.
“Is it just me or is getting crazier out there?”
What happened to Sophie Dumond in Joker? Zazie Beetz opens up about her character’s fate after her final scene in the film.
“Isn’t this old news?”
Director Todd Phillips has expressed an interest in seeing a standalone Batman film done in the same style as his Joker spinoff.
Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) will hit theaters on February 7, 2020.
2019 was the year of the villain. But which bad guy made it to the top of our rankings?
From the Joker to Infinity and beyond, 2019 was a banner year for superhero cinema.
The Clown Prince of Crime will make his Mortal Kombat 11 debut in January 2020.
The Golden Globe Awards ceremony will take place on January 5, 2020.
Before Joker comes to Blu-ray and digital, Warner Bros. is giving the film one last bow in IMAX theaters later this week.
The director of Joker wanted other filmmakers to tackle two different DC characters in movies that stood apart from conventional superhero fare.
Fans can purchase Joker digitally later this month and own the film on Blu-ray in early January.
Yesterday was a rollercoaster of emotions for fans after reports of a second film.
Before Joker crossed the $1 billion mark, Warner Bros. gave director Todd Phillips the greenlight to start working on a sequel.
What could possibly make Todd Phillips return for a Joker sequel? He has a few important conditions before that can happen.
After developing Joker with Todd Phillips for years, Martin Scorsese decided to leave the film in order to concentrate on making The Irishman.
HBO Max won’t waste any time bringing Joaquin Phoenix’s Clown Prince of Crime to the streaming service when it launches next year.
There’s no stopping the Clown Prince of Crime, as Joker narrowly topples Maleficent: Mistress of Evil at the weekend box office.