The moodiest Muppet on "Sesame Street" is a gritty (and very grouchy) anti-hero in this "SNL" parody starring David Harbour.
“I know that that anger doesn’t always have a place to land, but it can’t land on movies. If anything the media debate of it is trying to provoke something awful to happen," Maron said on his podcast.
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“Joker” director Todd Phillips insists that the realistic depiction of gruesome violence in the film is anything but irresponsible. “Isn’t it a good thing to put real-world implications on violence?” he said on Wednesday after the New York Film Festival screening of the controversial Warner Bros. movie starring Joaquin Phoenix as the iconic DC Comics […]
De Niro reportedly insisted that Phoenix agree to a read-through — which made the younger actor feel "sick."
How'd the guy who made the "Hangover" movies turn in such a dark twist on the superhero genre? Phillips blames the current culture.
"Joker" won't play at Aurora theater where 2012 mass shooting took place during a screening of "The Dark Knight Rises."
A look at the big winners and losers emerging from the Oscar-launching film festival.
The trifecta of high-profile film festivals in Venice, Telluride and Toronto have kicked the 2020 Oscar race into full gear. Here are the movies and performances that could be on the fast track to the Academy Awards.
Director Todd Phillips says his Joaquin Phoenix-powered film will not crossover with Robert Pattinson's upcoming "The Batman."
"Joker" director Todd Phillips isn't optimistic when it comes to a future meeting between Joaquin Phoenix's Joker and Robert Pattinson's recently announced Batman "No, definitely not," he told Variety when asked if the pair would appear in a future film together. Although that doesn't mean "Joker" will be the last film to feature the DC […]
The Todd Phillips-directed comic book movie is confirmed for three major fall film festivals: Venice, Toronto and New York.
Although developed as a standalone film, a sequel and DC Universe crossover aren't completely out of the question.
The comedian reveals the origins of his frequently-naked, always-hilarious "Hangover" character, Mr. Chow.
The stand-alone film about the iconic villain, directed by Todd Phillips, will hit theaters sooner than you might think.