Lady Gaga confirms she will star in 'Joker' sequel
With the rumors of a "Joker" sequel, it's difficult to maintain composure.
The planned "Joker" sequel will have Lady Gaga and Joaquin Phoenix as the leads.
The 2019 movie's co-writer and director Todd Phillips originally announced "Joker: Folie à Deux" back in June.
The new movie's scheduled release date was disclosed by Gaga in her musical teaser, which is set for October 4, 2024.
No information was given concerning her function. However, earlier this summer, Variety claimed Lady Gaga had been in discussions to play Harley Quinn in a musical sequel.
Margot Robbie, an actress, has previously portrayed the character in three DC movies: "Suicide Squad" (2016), "Birds of Prey" (2010), and "The Suicide Squad" (2021).
The movie "Joker" was a box office success and gave actor Joaquin Phoenix his first Oscar for playing the main role.
Lady Gaga confirmed that she and Joaquin Phoenix will co-star in the "Joker" sequel.
Lady Gaga, onstage during the 64th Annual Grammy Awards on April 3 in Las Vegas has teased her role in the upcoming sequel to "Joker."