Joker has undergone a convenient dramatic experience, despite –or possibly because of –the wild discussion about the cruelty of the movie and its status in modern pop culture. Missed in the conversation was the usual talk of regarding Joaquin Phoenix in a Joker series as Arthur Fleck.
Joker 2 has now been confirmed for development. Phillips will come back as a director in discussions with Scott Silver, who has also been working on the movie.
Joker 2: Release Date
There is no announcement of the release date which is given by makers. But when we will get then surely we will tell you.
Joker 2: Expected Cast
The production house behind the hit movie Joker is now tied with Phoenix sequel possibilities. Acknowledgments to his success now being tilted for an Oscar naming, Warner Bros’s want to hit gold twice isn’t shocking.
She may return as for Zazie Beetz as Joker’s neighbor Sophie. Phillips stated that Joker was not killing her. But it would be silly for him to leave the jail and come back to a building where he will be known.
Joker 2: Expected Plot
As the sequel is in development, it looks a bit hazy as, at the end of Joker, Arthur was locked up and completed his alteration into the eponymous scoundrel.
The last scene explains Arthur caught in Arkham State Hospital, likely captured after the police stopped the uprisings that hit Gotham City. The final shot in the movie was to dance down the hospital corridor, dropping red marks in his wake.
Certainly, now there is a space for a sequel, as Arthur–or Joker, as he urges Murray to call him–leaves alive, and the likelihood of his being fired out of the hospital is always there.
It looks like a very comic book film, however, and would feel out of site in Todd Phillips world. In fact, we do not know with confidence that Bruce Wayne must develop in this special world to repay his parents.
One likely way fan might assume the sequel is to show Arthur’s connection with his likely orphaned step-brother, Bruce Wayne.
However, if this is the purpose of Phillips, it still has to be a Joker-rooted movie. Matt Reeves and Robert Pattinson are already studying Batman’s history.
In contrast to The Dark Knight’s Joker or the earlier Batman films, Arthur does not appear to devise a filthy original plan. His deeds are led by emotion, and he sees just Murray, as his talk-show host is obsessed.