Joaquin Phoenix is tapping into dark territory in the first trailer for DC's Joker standalone film. Phoenix plays Arthur Fleck, the failed stand-up comedian who is driven to a psychotic break and becomes a criminal mastermind.
We also see Joaquin's pre-Joker identity - Arthur Fleck - get beaten up.
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Retailers are also raising alarm bells, according to officials with two groups that represent hundreds of US retail firms. Trump said he has seen some encouraging signs from Mexico, which he said is arresting more migrants.
Set to Nat King Cole's "Smile", the eerie first look at the origin story of the famed DC villain shows Arthur Fleck wandering the streets of Gotham dressed as a clown. Most people who are mentally ill are only a risk to themselves, and it would be nice to see people in films who have anxiety, bipolar disorder, and other conditions be seen as just people instead of nearly always being connected with a generic "crazy" bad guy.
In the process it sets up a new arc for Warner Bros.
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Mendy was subsequently late arriving for treatment on a knee injury the next day and was told to avoid the first team for a week. Already EFL Cup champions, Pep Guardiola's men are still in contention for the Premier League, Champions League and FA Cup.
The first Joker teaser trailer has arrived, and it's seriously dark stuff. The movie also stars Oscar victor Robert De Niro, Frances Conroy (American Horror Story), Marc Maron (GLOW) and Zazie Beetz (Deadpool 2).
A darkly lit, brooding tale that is quickly shaping up to be everything fans hope for and more, Joker lands in cinemas on October 4th, 2019.
Pope Francis declares that Lionel Messi is not God
For Barcelona fans, Lionel Messi is "D10S", a combination of the Spanish word for "God" - "dios" - with the No 10 on his shirt. During the summer of 2013, Messi and the rest of the Albiceleste squad took in a meeting with Pope Francis at the Vatican.