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Joker: Folie à Deux Trailer drops

The official teaser trailer for Joker: Folie à Deux.

Joker: Folie à Deux

The first trailer for the next Joker movie, “Joker: Folie à Deux,” was released on April 9. The movie will be set  as a musical starring Lady Gaga as Harley Quinn. While watching the trailer some scenes begged the question:  in the trailer that begged the question: Is what we are seeing real?


The trailer shows Arthur (the Joker’s original identity) in the asylum lost in his own thoughts, and then seconds later he’s being escorted somewhere by guards. He later then sees Harley. As the trailer continues, you can see Harley and the Joker more and more together like singing and dancing on a stage with an audience and outside in the rain. 

This is a very common pattern we see throughout the trailer, cutting from the Joker and Harley to Arthur getting dragged across the floor to get to his cell. 

At the end of the trailer, you see Harley Quinn put lipstick on the glass of a visitor’s window in the shape of a smile, Arthur moves his face to line up with the smile, slowly matching the lipstick, leaving the audience with an eerie feeling wanting to know what will happen next. 

This new blockbuster movie could either be a hit or miss, because it is a crime movie and a musical–a combination that I haven ‘t ever seen in the DC universe. 

In my opinion, it has to be not only mind-blowing, but also have the right amount of musical numbers as well as crime to reach a good balance that we know the Joker as and capture his true self. 

What is happening in the trailer? What is real and what is an illusion? Will the blend of crime and music work? Let us know in the comments. Joker: Folie à Deux comes out Oct 4, 2024


¨Arthur (the Joker’s real identity) is being chased by the joker around the city. Arthur seems to be very scared of himself in a way.¨
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