It’s lengthy been rumored that Joker: Folie à Deux could be a musical. The movie’s composer Hildur Guðnadóttir teases the big position of music within the movie.
Hildur Guðnadóttir received an Oscar for her work because the composer of the primary Joker movie again in 2019. With Girl Gaga now becoming a member of the solid of Joker: Folie à Deux as Harley Quinn, followers speculate the sequel could also be a full-blown musical. Whereas particulars concerning the second movie have been saved below wraps, Guðnadóttir teases loads of music for the movie:
“All I can say is there may be going to be a variety of music,” Guðnadóttir informed ComicBook.com. “That’s all I may give away.”
Whereas removed from affirmation, Hildur Guðnadóttir’s tease and Girl Gaga’s involvement as Harley Quinn actually paint an attention-grabbing and extremely musical image for Joker: Folie à Deux. Regardless of filming for the challenge having wrapped almost half a yr in the past, audiences nonetheless have over a yr to attend for the highly-anticipated sequel. Although given the movie’s Oscar potential, it could very nicely be definitely worth the wait.
What can audiences count on from the Joker sequel?
After the primary movie ended with Arthur Fleck in Arkham State Hospital, it’s seemingly that – as in earlier iterations – Harleen Quinzel will begin out because the Joker’s psychiatrist. Plot particulars are being saved below wraps however a major chunk of the sequel is predicted to happen in Arkham.
Todd Phillips is directing Joker: Folie à Deux from a script he co-wrote alongside Scott Silver, who additionally labored on the unique. Manufacturing is presently underway for an October 2024 launch.
The solid of Folie à Deux options Joaquin Phoenix, Brendan Gleeson, Zazie Beetz, Catherine Keener, Jacob Lofland and Harry Lawtey.
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