November 5, 2018
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The director of “Joker” Todd Phillips released last night in his official instagram a new photo of Joaquin Phoenix as Joker. Photo by Niko Tavernise.

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November 1, 2018
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The nominees for the British Independent Film Awards were announced last night and the film “You Were Never Really Here” appears in several categories. Check out:

Best Independent Film
AMERICAN ANIMALS
BEAST
DISOBEDIENCE
THE FAVOURITE
YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE

Best Director
ANDREW HAIGH – Lean on Pete
YORGOS LANTHIMOS – The Favourite
BART LAYTON – American Animals
MICHAEL PEARCE – Beast
LYNNE RAMSAY – You Were Never Really Here

Best Screenplay
DEBORAH DAVIS, TONY McNAMARA – The Favourite
BART LAYTON – American Animals
SEBASTIÁN LELIO, REBECCA LENKIEWICZ – Disobedience
MICHAEL PEARCE – Beast
LYNNE RAMSAY – You Were Never Really Here

Best Actor
JOE COLE – A Prayer Before Dawn
STEVE COOGAN – Stan & Ollie
RUPERT EVERETT – The Happy Prince
JOAQUIN PHOENIX – You Were Never Really Here
CHARLIE PLUMMER – Lean on Pete

Melhor Edição
JOE BINI – You Were Never Really Here
MARC BOUCROT – A Prayer Before Dawn
NICK FENTON, JULIAN HART, CHRIS GILL – American Animals
YORGOS MAVROPSARIDIS – The Favourite
BEN WHEATLEY – Happy New Year, Colin Burstead

Best Cinematography
OLE BRATT BIRKELAND – American Animals
MAGNUS NORDENHOF JØNK – Lean on Pete
ROBBIE RYAN – The Favourite
TOM TOWNEND – You Were Never Really Here
DAVID UNGARO – A Prayer Before Dawn

The awards ceremony takes place on December 1, 2018.
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October 28, 2018
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October 23, 2018
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Joaquin Phoenix filming “Joker” in NYC this weekend:


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Source: dailymail

October 16, 2018
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JustJared has shared new photos of “Joker” filming last night in Newark, New Jersey.


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Check out this video of the Batmobile on set:

October 14, 2018
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New photos of “Joker” filming in NYC on Saturday and today. Check out:


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Sources: DailyMail e JustJared.

October 8, 2018
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New photos and a video of Joaquin Phoenix filming “Joker” yesterday in New York.


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Credits/Source: hollywoodpipeline.com

October 7, 2018
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Check out the new photos of Joaquin Phoenix filming “Joker” in NYC on Wednesday and Saturday.


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Credits: dailymail & hollywoodpipeline

October 3, 2018
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The Daily Mail website has released new photos of the “Joker” filming in New Jersey. Check out:


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September 30, 2018
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Original Source: theplaylist.net

*A tiny-ish spoiler* that comes up at the beginning of the film that we need here for context. The audience learns that Charlie, Phoenix’s character, killed their father when they were children. It’s, in many ways, a tiny blip in the film, but to the actor, this informs everything.

This movie is funny and entertaining, but I’m really drawn to the very subtle undercurrent of emotion that slowly coils up around you and takes hold so affectingly in the last act. The brothers’ relationship is so complex. Is that what sort of drew you to the material? 
Yeah, that one element was the really interesting dynamic because so much of it is—there’s a love between, but much of it is fueled by resentment and guilt. There’s this event: killing your father at such a young age and [my character] being the youngest. That changed the course of their lives.

There’s something really powerful about that. It’s strange. On one level, there’s this resentment that I had to do this event that traumatized [my character]— although Charlie wouldn’t have the language to understand that concept, right? But on the other hand, it’s the thing that has given Charlie power and power over his brother Eli in a way he doesn’t fully understand. But he doesn’t want to give that up either and the reason that he’s so cruel to Eli. Charlie always wants Eli to feel stupid and less than, and that allows him to stay in a position of power. And sadly, that’s mostly because Charlie doesn’t want him to leave.

Charlie needs their dynamic to stay exactly how it is and that there’s something really interesting about that for me as an actor And I think for Riley, his character has the guilt of being the older brother, but not the protector that should have killed the father himself. That’s thrown their relationship off balance. He’s always trying to make up for it. And I think that my character uses that against him. I thought their relationship was really complicated.

What I love about all that complexity, is that it’s all right there on the screen between them, but it’s never ever discussed in those terms. I suppose men in that era—or even now—would never discuss it anyhow, but you feel it. Like every little emotional bit of what you just described which is what I love about Jacques [Audiard] as a filmmaker. Was he a big draw too?

[Sheepish, with a kid-like look of guilt on his face] I’ll be honest I wasn’t really familiar with this stuff. I heard about the script, people were talking about it, and I just waited to see if it would come my way and it did. But I didn’t watch any of his movies. And If I haven’t seen the person’s movies [when I’m offered one of their projects] I prefer just to meet them and talk to them. And sometimes you do know the films, it all depends.

Maybe it’s in the book, but as far as I remember, it’s unspoken why your character kills his dad?
Oh, really? Well, their father was beating the mother. I thought that that was in the movie, but maybe I can’t remember. It’s just the book perhaps.

Well, I guess it’s another one of the unspoken things. You can glean they were put through something horrible just by seeing who they are as people.
Yeah, then it’s just in the book, that’s what it’s about.

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