Batman: Three Jokers, A new fan editing brings Joaquin Phoenix, Heath Ledger, and Jared Leto together for a film version of Three Jokers. This idea has its roots in the pages of comic books. Batman came into contact with the powerful and omniscient Mobius Chair as part of Justice League # 42 released in 2015. Asked who the Joker was, Batman got an answer that he hadn’t expected: there were three different clowns in existence. The story, led by the pair of Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok, is set to receive more detail in Batman: Three Jokers. Released under the DC Black Label, the three-part miniseries will explore how three versions of Caped’s Warrior arch-nemesis exist within the DC Universe. The end of the saga is teased as an extraordinary cocky attempt.
Fuel has been added to the wishes of story fans to watch each different version of the Joker unite on the big screen. This is helped by the fact that, despite the similarities on the surface, each depiction of the Joker has been different. A new fan-edited, from Eli Q, appearing in the same film as Joaquin Phoenix, Toys with Heath Ledger’s concept, and their respective interpretations of Jared Leto’s Joker Prince of Crime. The trailer is committed to the premise, with an impressive cast and inspired musical cues.
The trio put their spin on the legendary DC villain, with Leto being perhaps the most controversial. In Ledger’s case, Christopher Nolan, played The Joker in The Dark Knight, holds it as a memorable and haunting performance by an actor that was lost very soon. Phoenix has proved that, even though there have been quite a few clowns over the decades, both in live-action productions and in animation, he was still capable of imbuing the character with new depth.
These distinctions and nuances are helped by the fact that the Joker is not a fixed backstory, giving the bad guy certain flexibility and renewal. As long as comic book properties remain in the zeitgeist, an actor will have a lining up to put their stamp on an iconic superhero or supervillain. But this latest Joker fan edit has a compelling case that, for better or worse, offers we’ve already seen certain depictions by Phoenix, Ledger, and Leto.
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