Lady Gaga tapped to star in Joker 2 alongside Joaquin Phoenix

Lady Gaga may be taking on a popular role within the world of superheroes, as she recently confirmed she’ll star in the sequel to Todd Phillips’ hit film, Joker. Gaga, a former Academy Award nominee, shared a tease for the film, which brings back Academy Award winner Joaquin Phoenix as the title character. Taking to


Joaquin Phoenix death hoax: Fans fooled by email claiming star is dead

Fans were left fearing the worst yesterday — after being targeted by a widespread spam email which claimed Joaquin Phoenix was dead at 45. The email purported to be from Fox News but had several spelling errors, including the actor’s name being spelled incorrectly in the headline and first sentence. The hoax email, sent out


Joker movie review: Mental illness is no laughing matter

Mental illness is nothing to joke about. And with Joker, it’s a dark black uneasy depiction of how someone with a pre-existing mental condition can snap. There’s nothing funny about the movie and when one does laugh, it’s nervous laughter. And by the time the credits roll in Joker, the viewer will either be blown away


Joker end credits scene: Is there a mid- or post-credit scene after the movie?

The new Joker movie will bring a brand new story to the screen about how one of DC Comics’ most popular villains of all-time became the madman he is. The film, starring Joaquin Phoenix and directed by Todd Phillips, has received critical acclaim ahead of its widespread release. It’s also drawn plenty of interest from

Joaquin Phoenix shows dramatic weight loss in Joker trailer

Yesterday, the first trailer dropped for the latest film by Warner Brothers and DC involving The Joker. What is clear from the footage is this will be an unconventional take on a comic book villain with inspiration from classic films like Taxi Driver. The footage also looks like a drastic departure from Jared Leto’s attempt.

10 best revenge movies of all time

Revenge is a dish best served cold, unless it is served on the big screen — which always goes better with popcorn. We’ve all wanted to get revenge on someone at some point in time, but most of us probably won’t go about it with the same determination and ruthlessness as the characters in the

Irrational Man (review)

Philosophy steps out of the classroom and into murder. This year’s Woody Allen film is a murder mystery. Actually, it is not much of a mystery since we know all about the murder. The only mystery left is to see if the killer gets away with it or not. Sort of a “Columbo” episode without