Joaquin Phoenix's full Joker look for the standalone film as been revealed and it's freaking us out. "Joker." Opening on a makeup/wardrobe test slate that describes the look as "full white", the footage first shows Phoenix's Arthur standing in a mustard yellow jacket, his hands in his pockets and his disheveled half-mullet hair-do hanging around his unassuming but clearly tired face.
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Given that Phillips film isn't due for another year, Phoenix's look could still change. It's a surprisingly more traditional take on the character's facepaint, one that moves away from the smeared and distressed look of Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight version and Jared Leto's punk rock take in Suicide Squad.
If this first look was enough to get you on board, then you can look forward to the Joker origin film's release on October 4, 2019. Phoenix plays a failed stand-up comedian who goes insane and becomes a murdering psychopath.
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The brief video clip involves a slow zoom into Phoenix as Arthur Fleck, his protagonist's pre-Joker form, who's described in the official Warner Bros. plot synopsis as "a man disregarded by society".
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