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The "Gone Girl" director said studios "don’t want to make anything that can’t make them a billion dollars."
“Joker” is only the third movie this year -- following “Glass” and “Avengers: Endgame” -- to secure first place during three weekends.
"This is for us," the Bronx, New York-born member of Congress said of the stairway that has now become a tourist attraction.
The actor, who starred as the supervillain in "Suicide Squad," felt "alienated and upset" by the standalone film.
Is there a reason why the majority of the women Joker interacts with on-screen happen to be Black?
And, of course, woke Twitter came for the “Hangover” director.
This was either a messed-up moment on the set or a Phoenix prank of the highest order.
A skeletal Joaquin Phoenix is the latest actor to try his hand at the most overrepresented “Batman” villain.