Ever since the masses were introduced to the first ever screen test for the new Joker movie, comic book and cinema fans were salivating at the idea that someone could help erase the image of Jared Leto’s joker from our minds.
About a week ago, the first teaser trailer for the upcoming
Joker flick dropped, and boy does it look awesome. Here are a few things you might not have noticed at first glance.
Joker/Warner Bros Pictures Right off the bat we see Phoenix (playing Arthur Fleck) talking to a psychiatrist in Arkham State Hospital.
Joker/Warner Bros Pictures What you might not have seen at first glance is that the person he’s talking to is wearing a tag with the name “Debra Kane.”
Kane, of course, is the last name of Kate Kane, who is Batwoman. While this could just be coincidence, we know that
virtually nothing placed in a movie scene is there by accident.
Joker/Warner Bros Pictures In another shot, we see Arthur sitting alone in his place working on some comedy material. During this shot we get a quick glance at what he’s writing down.
Joker/Warner Bros Pictures The book is titled “Jokes” and is filled with what look to be the start of a few standards that are unfortunately covered up. But what it says at the end clearly is not a joke:
“The worst part about having a mental illness is people expect you to behave as if you don’t.”
Not so much a joke as it is a look into just how deep this movie is looking to dive into a subject matter that is very real for lots of people. This, to be honest, makes it that much more powerful but scary.
Joker/Warner Bros Pictures The shot in which Arthur and his mother are dancing in the living room doesn’t have anything particularly special going on as far as “DC Universe Easter Eggs” are concerned, but there is a nice little shout out to some crew members.
Joker/Warner Bros Pictures The names on the screen, well, at least the first two, are of people who worked on the film. The first name being of a travel coordinator and the second being a secretary.
Joker/Warner Bros Pictures In this shot outside of what looks to be a Donut shop, we get another tiny little detail that you probably missed.
Joker/Warner Bros Pictures If you brighten the shot a bit you see the street name “Jerome Ave”.
This is likely a nod to Jerome Valeska, the ‘Prototype Joker’ in the TV show Gotham.
Joker/Warner Bros Pictures As the leaked footage and on-set videos have shown us in the last few months, it’s likely that The Joker becomes somewhat of a ‘symbol’ to the lower class of Gotham and he starts to gain their support kind of like Robin Hood. In this one shot of what looks to be a protest, we see (on the bottom right corner) a clown sign that looks to be supporting The Joker himself.
Also, check out the name of the building. Wayne Hall!
Joker/Warner Bros Pictures This shot shows a man on the news belittling someone who has been handing out “justice” while hiding behind a mask. That man is Thomas Wayne, who is the father of Bruce who eventually becomes Batman. Kind of funny, anyway.
Joker/Warner Bros Pictures In this shot, we see Arthur looking like a sketch bast with a clown nose on just walking along.
Joker/Warner Bros Pictures He then stops to force a smile upon this young boy, who, if you haven’t already guessed, is Bruce Wayne. That blew my mind when I found out.
Joker/Warner Bros Pictures Towards the end of the trailer we see our first look at DeNiro as a host of either a TV show or a live act. This shot and his character is clearly a nod to his role in King of Comedy.
Joker/Warner Bros Pictures In this same scene we see that DeNiro is welcoming The Joker himself onto his show. Now, I have ZERO confirmation, and I also DO NOT want to spoil ANYTHING for anyone, but The Joker DOES get brought onto a show in Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2. Whether there is any connection to that scene at all, I don’t know. But it is interesting.
Joker/Warner Bros Pictures The trailer ends with a shot of The Joker dancing on the same stairs that he was seen walking up earlier in the trailer. If anything, what this shows us is his complete transformation not only physically but mentally when he’s Arthur Fleck vs when he’s The Joker.
If you haven’t seen it already, check out the teaser trailer here.
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