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.
After earning rave reviews and grossing $1 billion at the box office, Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker is coming home.
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.
Joker has become for the first movie in a decade to top the UK movie chart for six weeks running, according to Screen International.
'Brittany Runs a Marathon' star Jillian Bell and director Paul Downs Colaizzo believe comedy has a 'more empathetic' future ahead.
Ryan Reynolds has taken to Twitter to congratulate Joker becoming the highest grossing R-rated movie of all time.
In Todd Phillips' harrowing Joker, the disintegration of Joaquin Phoenix's failed clown Arthur Fleck is laid uncomfortably bare.
Joaquin Phoenix's Joker movie could potentially haul in $1 billion (nearly £800 billion) at the box office, following a second blockbusting weekend.
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?
While director Todd Phillips is getting all the plaudits for the new Joker movie, at one time, they may have all been going Martin Scorsese's way.
Joker has already broken box office records following its release last weekend, becoming one of the highest-grossing R-rated movies of all time.
A panicked cinema audience at a movie theatre in Long Beach, California, fled a screening on Saturday night according to reports.
British cinema-goers are pretty horrified at the new movie, and not solely because of Joaquin Phoenix's unsettling performance.