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Joker has been beaten in the Official Film Chart by the cultural juggernaut that is Downton Abbey: The Movie.
Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn was introduced in 'Suicide Squad' in 2016, but there's little else connecting the two films.
The Oscar-nominated costume designer and make-up designer behind 'Joker' lift the lid on creating Joaquin Phoenix's Clown Prince of Crime.
J-Lo didn't make the Oscars cut, and neither did Robert De Niro. But there will be some stars excited at unexpected Oscars success.
Margot Robbie's antiheroine breaks up (and possibly blows up) former flame Mr. J, signaling Jared Leto's departure from the DC movie universe.
Sandy and Lonnie Phillips slam Joker director's "flippant and dismissive remarks about our very real concerns."
Joker’s co-writer and director Todd Phillips wants to see a Batman film set in the same cinematic universe as Joaquin Phoenix’s version of the DC villain.
There have been some massive movies in 2019, with some of them ripe for controversy and others simply raking in box office dollars to an unprecedented extent. Elsewhere, master filmmakers have taken on bold, distinct properties and we had one of the most divisive and unusual awards seasons in living memory.But which films have really struck a chord with people? We’ve crunched the numbers and created a list of the most searched for movies on Yahoo in 2019.Based on millions of searches, here are the films people were looking for this year.Read more:Biggest box office hits and misses of 2019Most incredible actor transformations of 2019Notable Hollywood deaths of 2019
'Marriage Story' shocks with most nominations and female filmmakers are completely overlooked. Meanwhile, Netflix and Apple notch streaming milestones.
Netflix’s Marriage Story leads the way, followed by The Irishman and Once Upon a Time In Hollywood.