On Wednesday (June 8), filmmaker Todd Phillips announced the title of the sequel to his 2019 smash picture Joker, which stars Joaquin Phoenix. Fans have impatiently awaited confirmation from Warner Bros. that Joker 2 would be made.
Phillips cooperated with Scott Silver on the first film’s production, and in his post on Instagram, he showed the first page of the screenplay that the two of them had written together. In addition, he uploaded a photo to his post that showed the American actor Joaquin Phoenix, who played the Joker as well, reading the screenplay.
Joker: Folie a Deux is the title of this piece. Additionally, the date “May 18, 2022,” was disclosed on the front page of the script. During this time, Joaquin could be seen in the image reading the screenplay as he was standing near the city skyline. According to one story, it the shot some time ago, even though the calligraphy bears a date. Take a peek at the post that was just made.
The storyline specifics for Joker: Folie a Deux has a closely guarded secret. According to some rumors, “Folie a Deux” might be a working title for the film; nevertheless, the term refers to individuals or characters with a common mental disease. It just so happens that this coincides with a previous story that said other actors who have portrayed Joker in the past would be working with Joaquin in the next film’s sequel.
On the other hand, it may be a clue that the citizens of Gotham City will accept Arthur’s nefarious persona as their own, resulting in crime once again taking control of the city. In addition to a cast of other shady characters, the sequel may include the infamous and deranged Harley Quinn.
The film Joker chronicled the life of a struggling comic named Arthur Fleck, portrayed by Joaquin Phoenix, who also received an Academy Award for his gripping performance. In the film, the DC villain was reimagined as an anti-hero, assuming the name of Joker and carrying out horrifying acts of murder. This timeline is independent of the continuity of the DC Extended Universe, and Joker lives in a different version of this timeline.