'Joker' director: Film shouldn't be linked to real-life violence Tuesday, 24 September 2019
Writer-director Todd Phillips says it isn't fair to link his film "Joker" to real-world violence. And star Joaquin Phoenix says he felt uncomfortable while making the movie — and is pleased that audiences have had equally strong reactions. (Sept. 24)
Video credit: Bang Media - Published
News video: Todd Philips: Joker is 'real movie' disguised as 'comic book film'

Todd Philips: Joker is 'real movie' disguised as 'comic book film' 00:53

'Joker' director Todd Phillips says the upcoming thriller is a "real movie" disguised as a "comic book" blockbuster as he responded to criticism that the film could promote violence.

You Might Like

Related videos from verified sources

Robert De Niro Addresses 'Joker' Controversy [Video]

Robert De Niro Addresses 'Joker' Controversy

Robert De Niro Addresses 'Joker' Controversy DeNiro made the comments in a recent interview. In the film, the 76-year-old Oscar winner plays late night talk show host Murray Franklin. Some..

Credit: Wibbitz Top Stories     Duration: 01:19Published
WALLFLOWER Movie [Video]


WALLFLOWER Movie Trailer In this haunting docudrama, writer/director Jagger Gravning recounts the 2006 Capitol Hill massacre based on the events of that night. Though the story of a mass shooter and..

Credit:     Duration: 01:48Published

Related news from verified sources

‘Outrage is a commodity’: ‘Joker’ director slams ‘far-left’ critics of movie

Todd Phillips, director of the upcoming film “Joker,” in an interview published Wednesday pushed back against “far-left” critics who say the film... Also reported by •NewsmaxThe Wrap

Families of Aurora Shooting Victims Express Concern About ‘Joker’

The hyper-realistic movie portrays the Batman villain as a mentally ill loner looking for societal revenge. Warner Bros. said the film was not an endorsement of...

Tweets about this