Actor Brett Cullen spills the beans on the big plot twist involving his version of Thomas Wayne in Todd Phillips' Joker flick.
Joker explores the idea that a symbol can sometimes represent more than the man wearing it, and how that can be shaped for chaos instead of good.
There's an inherent problem with having sympathy for Arthur Fleck from Joker, a hollowness to his acts that makes it morally wrong to root for him.
How does Joker compare to the grim films that inspired it, Martin Scorsese's Taxi Driver and King of Comedy?
Staley "Artgerm" Lau offered his take on Gotham City's new cinematic Clown Prince of Crime with a new sketch.
Arthur Fleck spends Joker going off the deep end, but there's another character in the film who might be even more worse for wear.
Both Joker and The Dark Knight Rises try to use class warfare as a backdrop for their stories but fail to fully reckon with those implications.
A theater in Huntington Beach, California canceled its final two Joker screenings on Thursday after a threat was investigated by police.
While Joker is primarily about Arthur Fleck's journey to becoming the Clown Prince of Crime, he may secretly be another DC character in disguise.
Joker confronts a key character from the Batman mythos in director Todd Phillips' film -- but the two have a lengthy history.
Thomas Wayne's involvement in Joker reveals the billionaire's opinion on people who wear masks -- unaware, of course, of his own son's future.
The ending of Joker concludes Arthur Fleck's journey to becoming the iconic DC villain, but also opens the door for a darker version of Batman.
Despite concerns of violence and other controversy, advance reviews for Joker have resulted in a fresh certification on Rotten Tomatoes.