Some fans on Twitter raved about the Todd Phillips film starring Joaquin Phoenix. Others were inspired to crack jokes.
The new film will reportedly focus on the nephew of Joaquin Phoenix's evil Commodus character.
Todd Phillips' origin film about Batman's archnemesis puts on a twisted happy face.
The bad boy comes to life in Todd Phillips' origins film.
The stand-alone film about the iconic villain, directed by Todd Phillips, will hit theaters sooner than you might think.
It's a quiet place at the box office until the new Avengers flick opens, so check out "Lean on Pete," "Where Is Kyra?" and "You Were Never Really Here."
The actor is known for being irritable. Maybe his new movie, "You Were Never Really Here," has softened him.
They even bonded over a love of Joaquin Phoenix.
They married in 2006.
The British singer said she might be done with touring. But how many other stars have bowed out of the limelight only to rebound even bigger? Jay-Z, we're looking at you.
Veni, vidi....DUD. Hurricane Joaquin came, it saw and it fled back to sea. All in all, an unpredictable failure -- just like the Joaquin Phoenix rising in Hollywood then eventually winding up on The David Letterman Show leaving everyone confused, dazed and wondering what the heck just happened.
See, kids, this is how memes are born.
Woody Allen revealed, at a pre-premiere press panel for his new movie, Irrational Man, that he has fantasies of strategizing the perfect murder -- in art, of course, as in Dreiser's An American Tragedy or Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment.
Allen was responding to a question about his research process, specifically about the murders he's portrayed in his films. In his newest, Joaquin Phoenix stars as a college professor in an existential crisis; he comes to believe that killing another person may snap him out of it.