After footage of Phoenix cussing out a cinematographer on set made the rounds, his publicist revealed the whole thing was fake.
From FBI warnings about incel violence to Aurora victims' response, the Todd Phillips-directed film is having a rocky rollout.
He walked out of an interview after a reporter asked him whether the movie might inspire real-life acts of violence.
We need to reckon with how closely Todd Phillips's villain mirrors real-life mass shooters, and the poisonous ideologies they subscribe to.
A 'New York Times' interview with the iconic actor details drastic weight loss, set walk-offs, and an all-around bad time.
Joaquin Phoenix's gritty comic book origin story just won the Venice Film Festival's top honor.
"It's a masterpiece."
The Todd Phillips-directed film hits theaters on October 4.
"I used to think my life was a tragedy. But now I realize it’s a comedy."
Joaquin Phoenix will play the Joker in this new standalone movie that's not the Jared Leto one.