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The studio already has several Oscar prospects on its hands, from summer indie smash “The Big Sick” to upcoming dramas like Richard Linklater’s “Last Flag Flying,” Todd Haynes’ “Wonderstruck,” and Woody Allen’s “Wonder Wheel.” Amazon won two Oscars last year with “Manchester By the Sea.” Ramsay’s last feature was “We Need to Talk About Kevin” in 2011.Tilda Swinton’s acclaimed performance led Oscilloscope to release the film in an awards-qualifying run in December, but the move did not result in a nomination.Because of the darker nature of the story, we're predicting an autumn / winter release date for this one.We've actually got some surprisingly detailed plot information considering how secretive the rest of the production has been so far.There has been a drought of of late; he seemed to undergo a fairly public breakdown a couple of years back and the release of The Master marks his first major film role in four years.He seems to be clawing back his integrity, though and according to a source who knows him, things are looking up in his love life, too.It's also pretty much impossible to predict when it will hit cinemas, as DC have SO MANY films in development right now.
"If you have the ability to transcend the genre, then that's what you want to do," he argued.The actor's been typically vague whenever he's asked about it."It could be an interesting character, I don't know." That's about as close as we've come to an official confirmation so far.Phillips and Scorsese's biopic will reportedly be set in the '80s, and it will portray the iconic villain as a failed stand-up comic who turns to a life of crime and chaos after bombing with audiences.
The premise sounds a lot like Alan Moore and Brian Bolland's seminal graphic novel Time for some bad news – it might sound like a bad gag, but not even Joaquin Phoenix is officially attached to the Joaquin Phoenix Joker movie everyone's talking about.Somebody once said the best business strategy in motion pictures is quality," chairman of film at Warner Bros, Toby Emmerich mused."And I think in a world of Rotten Tomatoes and social media, what's been proven is the better the movie — particularly in the superhero genre — the better it performs.You can't hide the bacon anymore."So, uh, yeah – as soon as Emmerich and his team work out how much of a bacon-risk (a phrase we never thought we'd be typing) the Joaquin Phoenix Joker film will be, they'll give us the official confirmation.The story follows Phoenix’s tormented enforcer Joe as he infiltrates the criminal underworld in search of a missing young girl.