Last night, the premiere of the film "Within the framework of the 76th Venice Film FestivalJoker"(Joker) directed by Todd Phillips. Watch the tape about Arthur Fleck, an unlucky clown and comedian, whose image this time embodied by Joaquin Phoenix, came Catherine Deneuve, Barbara Palvin (in Giorgio Armani), Sarah Sampaio (in Armani PrivÃ©), Bella Thorne with her boyfriend Benjamin Mascolo, Madalina Genea (at Jean Paul Gaultier), Zazi Bitz (at Valentino) and other celebrities.
On the red carpet also shone Cate blanchett. The actress remained faithful to her beloved brand and opted for a velvet black strapless dress from Armani PrivÃ©, embroidered with cascading pearls.
The main culprit of the evening, Joaquin Phoenix arrived at the show with his lover (and according to rumors, the bride) Rooney Mara, however, the couple did not pose together. Even in the audience, the actress was sitting behind her gentleman. After the credits, the standing hall applauded for eight minutes, so it is safe to say that the tape was received with a bang, and a big time was waiting for it. Moreover, critics immediately saw in this picture a candidate for an Oscar.
Bella Thorne with her boyfriend Benjamin Mascolo
My character is difficult to characterize, and not a single psychiatrist can diagnose him,
– said the Phoenix, admitting that, in preparation for the role, he, in addition to losing much weight (at the insistence of the director), read a book about psychological disorders.
Todd Phillips and Joaquin Phoenix
Todd Phillips admitted that he shot a completely independent story, not directly related to previous Batman films. At a press conference, he explained that since nothing was known about the origin of the Joker, he was interested to imagine what a villain could be before everyone knew about him.
We had no restrictions, no history that we had to adhere to. But we decided to preserve the canonical elements and placed the action in the imaginary city of Gotham of the late 1970s – early 1980s, He said.
The release of the picture in cinemas, including in Russia, is scheduled for early October.