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Heather Dearman, a cousin of the Aurora, Colorado shooting victims, said that some of the victims and the families of the military will be affected by the new ‘Joker’ film.
Joaquin Phoenix has hit a parked car and he did more than just leave a comment, and he was urging the driver to fess up.
“The Joker,” star, 44, is said to have walked up to his Height on the bumper of an old Los Angeles County Fire department truck on Tuesday afternoon in West Hollywood, according to TMZ.
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Phoenix is apparently misjudged a right turn and he was putting together, and clipped to the back of the truck. It was a bit of the “Hair”, the actor did it then, but for some, it is the restoration of trust and confidence in the human race.
Phoenix, pulled over and managed to find the paramedics who respond to a call and explained the situation, the gossip site reported. Police officers were called to the scene, and Phoenix handed over his insurance information to you before you have a damage report is to be made.
In this image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Joaquin Phoenix in a scene from “the Joker” in theaters on Oct. 4. The Army is warning soldiers about the potential for violence at screenings of the film.
Even though Phoenix was called in by the incident, the outlet said that the Model he was driving had sustained the most damage, and the greater part of the of the vehicle in the right quarter panel. The rescue team was almost intact, and only had a small scratch on the front bumper.
The Phoenix are currently sitting in the top of the box office record books for the October film release. “The Joker” earned an estimated $93.5 million from ticket sales in its first weekend at the North American box office. The previous October record-holder was the amazing Spider-Man ” spin-off “Venom,” which opened to $80 million in the previous year.
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A review of “the Joker” for violent themes, which resulted in several theater chains to ban the costumes, and the authorities in many cities are stepping up police patrols around theaters, however, concerns about the safety and security does not seem to be at the expense of the general public.
The actor recently walked out of an interview with “The Telegraph” after a reporter asked about the potential for the film to inspire acts of violence.
In the united kingdom, the paper’s reporter, Robbie Collin, the 44-year-old actor, “aren’t you afraid that this film might be incorrect, ultimately, inspiring, exactly the kind of people, with potentially tragic results?”
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Collin said, Phoenix said: “Why would you…? No, no, no.'” He walked out of the room.
The outlet reports that, over the next hour, the Phoenix spoke with a member of the Warner group. publisher — the studio behind the film — “to get things back on track.” He eventually returned to the interview to explain that he was in a panic, because he really hadn’t thought about the question.
Fox News’ ‘d like to Hare, and the Associated Press contributed to this report.