Some films break the box office record. But a film that hasn’t got support in the initial stage has achieved its trademark. Joker is one such film that has made history at the Global box office. The director, who is also the co-writer, Todd Phillips, has a special message for all his fans for sharing their love for the film.
Joker has made history because it has earned $1 Billion. Joker is an R-Rated film. It is the first film to have such a huge box office hit at the Global box office. Mr.Phillips had posted a video from the Joker film along with the various amazing comments that he had received for the film.
The love towards the film
Many people had commented that this film is a Masterpiece, which is thought-provoking amongst viewers all over the world. Hence this movie has reached a million people. The content of the film is so immense that many people were searching for words to praise the masterpiece.
The thanking video
This video could be called a thanking video. Because Philips has added individual comments to the video like “Wow! What a right this has been. Thank you to the fans”. At the end of the video, we could see a text that reads “$1 BILLION BOX OFFICE,” followed by a message “THANK YOU FANS.” The end of the video gave me goosebumps.
In the video posted by Mr.Phillips, we could see various comments praising the film. Some of the comments include “Amazing,” “So good,” “Rated 10/10”. Along with this, there were words like “Magnificent,” “Shocking,” “Obsessed,” “Haunting,” “You literally feel everything,” “A superhero film” “It will stick with you” “I am at a loss for words.”
No support from the Chinese Market
It is so impressive that the film Joker has reached this level of height without receiving any of the support from the Chinese Market. Do you all remember The Dark Knight? Joker has outperformed it. So, keep watching the film as JOKER is still running successfully in theaters.
The cast of Joker
Joaquin Phoenix, Robert De Niro, Zazie Beetz, Bill Camp, Frances Conroy, Brett Cullen, Glenn Fleshler, Douglas Hodge, Marc Maron, Josh Pais, and Shea Whigham.