Joker 2: Lady Gaga Confirms Casting in DC Movie Sequel Opposite Joaquin Phoenix

 Girl Gaga has confirmed her casting in Joker 2 by posting a musical teaser on her social media accounts.

The upcoming DC film sequel, which has been formally titled Joker: Folie à Deux, will star Gaga reverse Joaquin Phoenix.

Phoenix returns to the position of Joker after profitable the Oscar for finest actor for his efficiency within the first instalment, launched in 2019.

The teaser posted by her was set to 'Cheek to Cheek', which Gaga has famously lined in her music profession alongside Tony Bennett. Particulars on Gaga's character are nonetheless underneath wraps.

In June, it was reported that Gaga was circling the position of Harley Quinn within the upcoming Joker sequel, which is ready to be a musical.

Previous to that, director Todd Phillips posted the screenplay's cowl on Instagram and revealed that the Folie à Deux subtitle.

The phrase refers to a shared delusional dysfunction.

Joker's solely actual companion — apart from Batman, anyway — has been Harley, a personality first created for Batman: The Animated Sequence within the early Nineteen Nineties.

Nevertheless, the teaser posted by Gaga doesn't outright verify she is enjoying Harley.

The character of Harley Quinn has been a sturdy one for Warner Bros., as Margot Robbie has performed the position in 2016's Suicide Squad, 2020's Birds of Prey, and 2021's The Suicide Squad.

Kaley Cuoco has additionally voiced the character on the favored HBO Max animated sequence Harley Quinn, which is now in its third season.

Phillips' unique Joker turned a field workplace phenomenon in 2019, grossing simply over $1 billion (about Rs. 7,902 crore) worldwide to change into the highest-grossing R-rated film in historical past.

The film additionally received the Golden Lion on the Venice Movie Pageant and went on to earn 11 Academy Award nominations, together with finest image and director. Phoenix received the Oscar, as did Hildur Guðnadóttir for the unique rating.

Joker: Folie à Deux is slated to launch October 4, 2024 in theatres worldwide.

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