Todd Phillips'Joker movie is brazenly disconnected from the Batman mythos. Should fans be worried about this approach or excited by it?
Joker director Todd Phillips explains how "woke culture" made making comedy films difficult for him, thus leading to his upcoming take on the Clown Prince of Crime.
As controversy and speculation of violence continues to mount surrounding the release of Joker, a national theater chain is increasing security.
A spokesperson for Joker has announced the team behind the film will not be giving interviews at the red carpet premiere.
The Aurora survivors who wrote to Warner Bros. expressing their concerns about Joker's violence have responded to the production company's reply.
Los Angeles police will not be implementing higher security measures for the Joker premiere, explaining there are currently no credible threats.
Several major movie theater chains are banning patrons from attending Joker screenings in masks, costumes or wearing face paint.
Why is it Joker, and not other films that are also filled with displays of violence and toxic masculinity, that is causing such a stir?
While discussing concerns about real-world violence, director Todd Phillips compared Joker to other action films, specifically mentioning John Wick 3.
Joker director Todd Phillips has further rebutted concerns his DC film could inspire real-life acts of violence.
The U.S. military warned its service members to be on the lookout for potential shooters at Joker screenings.
Warner Bros. has released a statement addressing the controversy surrounding its upcoming DC film Joker.
Those impacted by the Aurora Dark Knight Rises shooting are worried that Joker will encourage more violence.
Advance tickets for Warner Bros.' Joker are now on sale, and Fandango has shared an exclusive poster from the film.
Warner Bros.' Joker will not screen in the Aurora, Colorado theater where the Dark Night Rises shooting occurred.
Joker director Todd Phillips and star Joaquin Phoenix have responded to criticisms claiming the upcoming DC film could be "dangerous."
Joker director Todd Phillips has offered some insight into the process of making a film about the Clown Prince of Crime with Batman absent.
The Joker film has been awash in controversy, but one question inspired by it caused star Joaquin Phoenix to momentarily halt an interview.
New tracking information for Warner Bros.’ Joker predicts a massive opening for the DC film, which may topple the October record held by Sony’s Venom.