Gus Van Sant returns to his crowd-pleasing mode with this uneven, heavily sardonic biopic.
Todd Phillip’s gritty character study is officially called Joker.
Directed by Todd Phillips, the film is meant to be darker and more experimental in tone and content than previous DC comic book tentpoles.
They are, to name a few: mothers, murderers, Russian spies, a cowboy, a clergyman, a dirty computer and a Paper Boi.
The CoS film staff takes a look at the movies that already have us excited in 2018.
Geoff Johns is also out as chief creative officer as DC Films president Walter Hamada shakes up the slate.
Jacques Audiard’s star-studded dark Western comedy will gallop into theaters later this year.
Lynne Ramsay’s harrowing descent into violence and depravity is unsparing at every level.
Greenwood describes his Phantom Thread follow-up as “a mixture of string music, electric guitar and some sparse rhythms.”
The collection of original music is set to arrive in March.
Joaquin Phoenix in talks to play The Joker in new standalone film from Todd Phillips and Martin Scorsese
The origin film will exist separate from the DC Universe blockbusters currently starring Jared Leto.
Joaquin Phoenix leads star-studded cast in Gus Van Sant’s Don’t Worry, He Won’t Get Far on Foot trailer: Watch
It’s based on famed cartoonist John Callahan’s 1990 autobiography of the same name.