Joaquin Phoenix attends the Mercy For Animals 20th Anniversary Gala at The Shrine Auditorium on September 14, 2019 in Los Angeles, California.


view more images from this album

“Joker” premiere during the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival at Roy Thomson Hall on September 09, 2019 in Toronto, Canada.


view more images from this album

Joaquin Phoenix was honored with the TIFF Tribute Actor Award during the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival TIFF Tribute Gala.


view more images from this album

Joaquin Phoenix stunned Toronto subway passengers with a surprise visit that briefly clogged a downtown station’s platform and stairwells.

Phoenix spent about five minutes wandering past transit riders to view black-and-white images of farmed animals. The wall murals are part of a campaign by the Colorado-based organization Be Fair Be Vegan.

Leading the tour was Anita Krajnc of the vegan advocacy group Toronto Pig Save.

Krajnc says the event was organized very quickly, noting she asked Phoenix on Sunday if he could make an appearance and he agreed that night.

“He’s so busy, the only window he had was 3 to 5 p.m. today and he has this big award, yet he took time out to come see Be Fair Be Vegan Toronto because it’s so close to his heart,” said Krajnc.


view more images from this album

Read more at citynews1130.com

I updated the gallery with over 200 photos of Joaquin Phoenix at the closing and awards ceremony of the Venice Festival:


view more images from this album

The premiere of “Joker” at the Venice Film Festival drew an eight-minute standing ovation Saturday night for actor Joaquin Phoenix, director Todd Phillips and the gripping but harrowing origin story they’ve mapped out for Batman’s arch-villain.

Phoenix and Phillips were joined in the Sala Grande by Zazie Beetz, who also stars in the film as Phoenix’s character’s neighbor. Robert De Niro, who plays a talk-show host, did not make the trek to the Lido.

Buzz in Venice had been growing steadily around the Warner Bros. movie, from the time of its unveiling last month as part of the lineup to the climax of the two press screenings and red-carpet premiere Saturday. Both press screenings were packed, with the second one also drawing loud applause at the end and cheers when Phoenix’s name appeared in the closing credits.

Read more at Variety.

Check out in our gallery the photos of the red carpet:


view more images from this album

Joaquin Phoenix, Zazie Beetz, director Todd Phillips and producer Emma Tillinger Koskoff attended the Venice International Festival today to promote the movie “Joker”. Check out some pictures in HQ in our gallery:


view more images from this album

view more images from this album

view more images from this album

Joaquin Phoenix as Joker is the cover of the new issue of Premiere France magazine. Check out:


view more images from this album

Source.

The movie “Joker” is on the cover of the August issue of Total Film magazine. Check out some exclusive photos:


view more images from this album

“There were times when I would go, like, ‘Look at this fucking world, and how we lack empathy and real compassion and care,’” Phoenix says when asked if he needed to only turn on the news to help shape his portrayal. “I felt like there were things that odd and [co-writer] Scott [Silver] were touching on that were relevant to what we may be experiencing now. But I also felt like they weren’t being didactic, and they weren’t steering you towards one particular way of watching the movie, and saying, ‘This is the cause.’ To me, the Joker…” 

“I’m reluctant to shape the way people view this movie,” Phoenix adds. “There’s not really a right way of looking at this film. Part of what is so fascinating about the Joker is that there isn’t the specific origin. There’s not a specific catalyst. And so it allows us as a viewer to project our own ideas of discontent or whatever we feel onto the character. So yes, I think there are a lot of things that are relevant. I hope that people explore those things and talk about them. It’s a safe way to do that. But I also feel like: it’s not just that.” 

Read more at gamesradar.com

The Italian magazine Il Venerdì di Repubblica’s cover reveals Joaquin Phoenix in his Joker makeup in this stunning profile of the character staring directly into the camera/reader. This shot is similar to our first official look at Joaquin Phoenix in Todd Phillips’ first Joker screen test released last year when production began.


view more images from this album

Read more at heroichollywood

Three new high quality official photos of the movie “Joker” were released. Check it out in our gallery by clicking here!

Clique para ver imagem em tamanho real
Clique para ver imagem em tamanho real
Clique para ver imagem em tamanho real