Joker 2 trailer confirms what we all knew but many didn’t want to admit


Joaquin Phoenix left us all in awe with the performance he gave as the Joker, which together with the plot that made us empathize with one of the most famous villains in the history of comics caused that the arrival of its sequel has been really expected. Last week we learned that the first trailer for Joker 2 would be available in just a few days, and finally Warner Bros. shared the first video images of the film during the early hours of last night.

As usual, the Warner Bros America channel was the first to upload the trailer on YouTube, although it didn’t take long for Warner Bros Spain to do the same on its own channel. The trailer for Joker 2, officially known as ‘Joker: Folie à Deux’, has a total running time of 2:22 minutes, and seems to confirm one of the things that have always been talked about regarding the film: everything seems to indicate that it will be a musical.

The Joker 2 trailer seems to show that we will find ourselves in front of a musical.

The beginning of the trailer shows us an Arthur locked up in what appears to be Arkham Asylum, after the events of the first film. Everything the clown did in it has had transcendence, to the point that he is no longer an invisible person, as we can see by the reaction of “his followers” at a certain point in the footage, as well as by the words of a Harley Quinn (Lady Gaga) who tells him that “I’m nobody, I have done nothing in life. You have.

However, the real highlight of the first Joker 2 trailer is that it confirms that it will be a musical of sorts. Several camera shots we can find in the video would confirm that both Joaquin Phoenix and Lady Gaga will share several musical numbers during the movie, such as the one that takes place in ‘Arkham Hotel’ (something that, on the other hand, seems to be something that is only in the minds of both of them.”

Still, Todd Philips seems to have been aware of what was so enjoyable about the first film, and it seems that several elements of it will also be present in this sequel. Now we just have to wait until October 4 to find out whether or not ‘Joker: Folie à Deux’ will meet the expectations placed on it.