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.
Ryan Reynolds has taken to Twitter to congratulate Joker becoming the highest grossing R-rated movie of all time.
Hugh Grant went to see the new 'Joker' movie at the weekend, and complained to his local cinema that the excessive volume made the experience 'unendurable'.
The moodiest Muppet on "Sesame Street" is a gritty (and very grouchy) anti-hero in this "SNL" parody starring David Harbour.
Joaquin Phoenix's take on the iconic Batman villain is already considered an Oscars frontrunner, but can 'Joker' overcome the comic book curse at the Academy Awards?
The "Halloween" director, who has co-written the new "Joker: Year of the Villain" comic book, explains the difference between the Clown Prince of Crime and Michael Myers.
British cinema-goers are pretty horrified at the new movie, and not solely because of Joaquin Phoenix's unsettling performance.
Documentarian Michale Moore explains why Joker is a masterpiece, insisting “the greater danger to society may be if you don’t see this movie.”
A comedian has put up a Joker sign outside of screenings in LA barring 'guys who look like they’ve never had sex'
Is there an end-credits scene? Could there be a sequel? What about Easter eggs? We have you covered for all things "Joker."
Marc Maron has said movies can't be blamed for real-life violence, and focus on the movie's has lead to people fearing potential incidents in theatres.
For a film which has its title character being lauded as the patron saint of incels, Joker (Joaquin Phoenix) is surprisingly, not. Which is no surprise, given that it isn't the point of the film. Joker showcases Phoenix's range as a thespian and how he can deliver brilliant performances with the most unorthodox characters.
The parents of one of the victims of the Aurora mass shooting has told Warner Bros to 'put its money where its mouth is' when it comes to combatting gun violence.