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Fresh off his Best Actor win at the Golden Globes, Joaquin Phoenix was among the stars arrested Friday as part of Jane Fonda’s Fire Drill Friday climate change protests in Washington D.C.Phoenix was one of several actors arrested at the rally, at which Fonda, Martin Sheen, June Diane Raphael and Susan Sarandon were also in attendance. Both Phoenix and actor Martin Sheen were among those arrested at the rally Friday, a representative for Fire Drill Friday told TheWrap.Outside the steps of the U.S. Capitol building, Fonda said that this will be the last of the Fire Drill Friday protests in Washington D.C., though the rallies will continue elsewhere.Also Read: Joaquin Phoenix Named PETA's 2019 Person of the YearSince October, Fonda has led the protests every Friday in order to call attention to the impact of climate change. The protests aim to spur action to avert what the United Nation’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) calls irreversible climate disaster if atmospheric CO2 warms the planet by another 1.5 to 2 degrees Centigrade in the next 11 years.Phoenix marched with the crowd and briefly went on stage to speak at the rally. He reiterated some of the comments he made during his acceptance speech at the Golden Globes, in particular, about going vegan and changing eating habits as a way to influence climate change.“I struggle so much with what I can do at times,” Phoenix said. “There are things that I can’t avoid — I flew a plane out here today, or last night rather. But one thing that I can do is change my eating habits.”Joaquin Phoenix: "I struggle so much with what I can do [to combat climate change] at times. There are things that I can't avoid — I flew a plane out here today, or last night rather. But one thing that I can do is change my eating habits." pic.twitter.com/RaZILYq0La— The Hill (@thehill) January 10, 2020Also Read: Golden Globes 2020: Tom Hanks Teases Villain Role and 6 Other Moments You Didn't See on TVSome of the other celebrities who have been arrested at the weekly rallies include Sam Waterston, Ted Danson, Rosanna Arquette and Catherine Keener.Fonda will return to Los Angeles next week to begin filming on the final season of “Grace and Frankie.” She’s been arrested five times in association with the rallies and has even spent the night in a D.C. jail on one occasion.Read original story Joaquin Phoenix Arrested at Jane Fonda’s Final Washington DC Climate Change Protest At TheWrap
Sandy and Lonnie Phillips slam Joker director's "flippant and dismissive remarks about our very real concerns."
When Joaquin Phoenix won Best Actor in a Drama at the Golden Globes for his role in “Joker” on Sunday, he managed to drop a few f-bombs in his acceptance speech.“We all know there’s no f—ing competition between us,” Phoenix said of his fellow nominees in the category. “I’m your f—ing student. I can’t believe the beautiful mesmerizing, unique work that you’ve all done this year, but I really do feel honored to be mentioned with you.”Later on, the actor continued his foul-mouthed ways and kept the NBC censors busy. “Contrary to popular belief, I don’t want to rock the boat, but the boat is f—ing rocked.”Also Read: 12 Best Superhero Movies of the Decade, From 'Avengers' to 'Black Panther' to 'Joker' (Photos)Phoenix won for playing Arthur Fleck in Todd Phillips’ grittier take on the DC Comics villain Joker. Earlier in the evening, “Joker” also won the Golden Globe for best original score.“Joker” has exceeded even the wildest of expectations doing what no R-rated film has done before: gross $1 billion at the global box office.“Joker” joins last year’s “Aquaman” ($1.14 billion) and the two Christopher Nolan Batman sequels, “The Dark Knight” ($1 billion) and “The Dark Knight Rises” ($1.08 billion) to cross the $1 billion. The other movies are “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Pt. 2,” ($1.34 billion), “Lord of the Rings: Return of the King” ($1.12 billion) and “The Hobbit: The Unexpected Journey” ($1.01 billion).Read original story Joaquin Phoenix Drops F-Bombs in Golden Globes Speech – Here’s What Got Bleeped At TheWrap
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Physical transformation is a huge part of the actor’s toolkit, whether it’s gaining weight, adopting a new physicality or sitting in the make-up chair for hours on end while talented crew members work their magic.This year has yielded an unusual array of transformative performances, with many of the world’s most famous faces changed beyond all recognition in service of delivering something special on the big screen.From glossy awards season biopics to mega-budget blockbuster spectaculars, the craft of an actor often requires a willingness to take risks in delivering a memorable look.These stars certainly succeeded.Read moreMovie transformations of 2018Charlize Theron criticised for dramatic Monster weight gainOlivia Colman discusses shifting weight between Queen roles
The will-they-won't-they saga of the 'Joker' sequel continues, with director Todd Phillips clarifying this week's rumours of a follow-up.
Director Todd Phillips is said to be in talks to return as director with the original’s screenwriter Scott Silver has also been lined up to pen the script.
Douglas Hodge has opened up about his brief turn as Alfred Pennyworth in 'Joker' and Joaquin Phoenix's extreme transformation.
Fans have theorised that Arthur Fleck might simply be the inspiration for the Joker in previous Batman stories.