Harley Quinn & Joker Are Physically Bonded In Painterly Joker 2 Fan Poster

A new, breathtaking fan poster for Joker: Folie à Deux merges Harley Quinn (Lady Gaga) and Joaquin Phoenix's Joker (Joaquin Phoenix) into a picture that hints at the agony they experience together in the film.
Joker, which debuted in theaters in 2019, has earned well over $1 billion worldwide, making it the highest-grossing R-rated film of all time.
And then, Phoenix took home the Oscar for Best Actor as well.
Joker: Folie à Deux features Gaga as Joker's comic book partner/enemy Harley Quinn for a full-on musical theme, inspired by the success of the DC film.

The sad fan poster for Joker: Folie à Deux was posted to Instagram by artist SPDRMNKYXXIII. It depicts Joker and Harley Quinn's growing relationship as their face paint slips away.

Knowing that Joker: Folie à Deux is a musical like the successful adaptation of A Star is Born, in which Gaga co-starred with Bradley Cooper, made the news of her selection as Harley Quinn all the more surprising and exciting.
Considering that Gaga won Best Song for the film and was nominated for Best Actress, it's easy to see why the Joker sequel targeted the singer/actress.
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Since no other superhero film has ever taken a musical approach, the announcement that Joker: Folie à Deux would be one was shocking.
Joker did imply that a musical may work for the sequel, so the shift in genre and tone wasn't completely out of the blue.
Phoenix's exposed performance as Arthur Fleck, dancing in the shower to the Joker's hauntingly beautiful soundtrack by Hildur Gunadóttir, is a highlight of the film.
This was the defining moment when Arthur became the cocky Joker we all know and love.
The sequel's score will have music composed by the same person.

A recent report on the production of Joker: Folie à Deux indicated that the DC film will have intricate musical passages, suggesting that the filmmakers were inspired by the film's pivotal dance scene to go all out with the musical approach.
Given the musical backdrop of Joker: Folie à Deux, it would be fitting for the plot to contain one or more unbelievable dance moments that take the audience out of their world, as seen in the most popular musicals like La La Land.
After the events of Joker, Arthur was seen fleeing Arkham Asylum, suggesting that he will spend at least some of Joker: Folie à Deux behind bars.