“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.
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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.
Some fans on Twitter raved about the Todd Phillips film starring Joaquin Phoenix. Others were inspired to crack jokes.