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Lady Gaga Confirms Role in 'Joker' Sequel

Created: 08/04/2022 21:07

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Lady Gaga meets Joaquin Phoenix. © Joel C Ryan/Invision/AP/dpa

Lady Gaga’s acting career is picking up speed. Next up is the “Joker”. Lead actors and director are no strangers.

Los Angeles – singer and actress Lady Gaga (“A Star is Born”) successfully continues her Hollywood career. She will star in the forthcoming “Joker” sequel alongside Joaquin Phoenix. The 36-year-old announced this on her social media.

On Twitter and Instagram, she linked an animated video teaser for “Joker: Folie à Deux” with the names of the two cast members and a dancing couple.

The Warner Bros. studio announced the day before that the sequel to the 2019 comic book adaptation of “Joker” will hit theaters in October 2024. Director Todd Phillips is on board again. Phoenix returns as the Batman antagonist who lives on the fringes of Gotham City society.

“Folie à Deux” describes a mental disorder that is transmitted from a person affected to a person close to them. Nothing has been officially announced about the content of the sequel. The Hollywood Reporter speculated that Lady Gaga could play the character Harley Quinn. In the Batman universe, Quinn is a psychiatrist who befriends the mentally ill Joker in an asylum.

Lady Gaga was nominated for an Oscar in 2019 for leading actress in the musical drama A Star is Born. She won the Oscar for “Shallow” for best movie song. Most recently, she starred in the family drama House of Gucci. dpa

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