Joker 2: Lady Gaga is in initial talks to play Harley Quinn
WASHINGTON: American singer Lady Gaga is in initial talks with Joker’s partner-in-law Harley Quinn to join director Todd Phillips ‘2019 blockbuster musical series `Joker: Folly a Dukes’. According to Variety, after Phillips released the screenplay cover on Instagram on June 7, rumors started circulating that Harley Quinn would be starring in the film. The subtitle, Folly a Dukes, refers to a shared delusion, and the character of Quinn, who first appeared in “Batman: The Animated Series” in the early 1990s, was the Joker’s only true ally.
Another bold move by Phillips to remake the Dark Knight’s number one villain as Loner’s anti-hero and win gold at the movie office ($ 1 billion worldwide) and at the Oscars is to compose `Joker 2 ‘. 12 nominations and two wins) when he did so.
Joaquin Phoenix won Best Actor for his role as the Joker, Arthur Fleck; Although his contract has not yet been finalized, he is ready to resume his role. All other information about `Folie a Deux` has been hidden, so it is not clear whether Gaga will also provide music for the project, although it is reasonable speculation that he will.
She co-starred with Phillips Gaga as one of the producers on the 2018 film A Star Is Born, which earned Gaga an Oscar nomination for Best Actress and an Oscar for Best Original Song.
Bradley Cooper, the star and director of the film, was also the producer of The Joker, but it is not known how much of a role he played in Folly a Dukes. For Warner Bros., Harley Quinn has proven it. A long-term character.
Margot Robbie has starred three times in 2016’s Suicide Squad, 2020’s ‘Birds of Pray’, and 2021’s The Suicide Squad, and voiced the character in HPO’s Harley Quinn. , `Variety has announced that Season 3 will air later this year.
Phillips’ Joker, on the other hand, lives in their own fantasy universe from DC’s other offerings, how Robert Pattinson’s The Batman could coincide with the version of Michael Keaton’s character who appears in 2023’s The Flash.