The song, appropriately called "Laughing" by Canadian rock band The Guess Who, played in the background of the clip.
Growing in frequency, the lights turn into a faint projected image of Arthur in Joker makeup before completely replacing him with our first full look at director Todd Phillip's version of the iconic Batman villain.
The video, which Phillips debuted on his Instagram page and captioned "Camera test (w/ sound)". He later followed up with another post on September 21; this time, it was a video which had images of the Joker as seen in the comics and previous movies, all juxtaposed on Pheonix's face. All in all, it looks much more like Heath Ledger's take in The Dark Knight compared to anything we've seen since.
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Having the ball is only half of the game. "To all the players that were in the squad (at the time) - he was a big inspiration". I don't see him having improved at all since the day he arrived. " You can't pick and choose when you want to be bang at it ".
An image of Joaquin Phoenix as the Joker has been revealed for the first time. The 30-second video shared by official handles of Warner Brothers and Phillips shows the actor as Arthur and towards the end of the video, the familiar haunting smile of the Joker creeps in.
Joker is due for release in cinemas on 4 October 2019.
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Security footage also shows Martinez staggering into a Chinese take-out restaurant after the attack occurred and collapsing. The family of slain D.C. woman, Wendy Martinez , has spoken out about how they are coping with her untimely death.
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Earlier this week, Phillips revealed the first photo of Phoenix as "Arthur Fleck" before he becomes the famed Batman supervillain. The cast now includes Joaquin Phoenix, Marc Maron, Glenn Fleshler, Shea Whigham, Zazie Beetz, Robert De Niro, Frances Conroy, Josh Pais, and Brett Cullen.
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Antonio Torres, one of the organizers of the vigil, said fewer people would've died if the US government had a better response. They also said LGBTI Puerto Ricans faced discrimination at emergency shelters across the island. "It's too much", she said.