Lakh Stanfield wore the role of Joker in the film's premiere
Licketh Stanfield is dressed as an aristocratic clown in the DC Joker premiere. Despite breaking the constant DC world (not the official name), the Joker managed to generate many rumors before he messed up next week.
Recently, however, the Joker titles have been very disturbing because of the divergence of the film's coverage about the film in particular. Warner Brothers has already faced a backlash against Joker violence during a statement, making sure that the film is not "in support of real-world violence of any kind."
All identical, American Military UU. The soldiers warned of possible violence at Joker shows, and then the Aurora Theater, where the film "The Dark Knight Rises" in 2012 refused to report the film to a minimum.
At the same time, Joker director Todd Phillips analyzed these problems, compared to a UV-rate film like John Wick, a light-emitting diode for a backlash, and the rest. Fortunately, the mood was happier in the end, the first night the Joker.
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Some people in the Joker premiere even wear a partial costume, being the legendary momo dressed in a purple dress that resembles something like a clown aristocrat. However, Stanfield took another step and put Joker 's trick, along with an inexperienced hat is partially dyed green hair.
Below you will consider a picture of her dress (with permission from the collaborator with Screen Rant Kayleigh Donaldson).
Stanfield tweeted about the desperate desire to play in the Joker two years ago, once the director was a film producer.
This did not happen, but Stanfield's participation in the Joker premiere simply confirms that he could be a character lover. The famous creative person has already recorded an edit for the magazine (Death Note for Netflix Live), however, it should appear in the Marvel or DC Comics project.
However, this can be changed simply in the future, in particular, because the actor of Atlanta and I are sorry for the inconvenience of continuing to become a bigger name than ever with each passing year. He can never play the Joker, however, no doubt the alternative characters of the magazine show that Stanfield is interested in moving to live (assuming that his love for Batman's enemy is an indicator).
So to speak, some people watching the Joker in theaters will not be able to decorate as Stanfield did in the film's premiere. Landmark theaters have truly banned their customers and members from wearing Joker costumes and makeup or wearing accessories, in a process to prevent real-world violence.
The disagreement over the film has made theater owners nervous, which explains why many of these units in the region are making an extra effort to ensure everyone's safety once the film is previewed next week. Hopefully, as a result, nothing terrible will happen as soon as the film starts to participate, so the discussion will return to Joker qualities (or lack).