For a long time, President Donald Trump finally saw the “Joker” according to Yahoo! A senior White House official confirmed the news that he had shown Todd Phillips’s revisionist DC original story “to guests including family, friends and some employees”. The same White House official confirmed that Trump liked the film.
Trump’s cinematic interests are well documented. In the midst of his severe remarks, the president mentions “Citizen Kane,” “Gone with the Wind,” and “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”.
He has also acted on-screen big and small with an appearance. “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York” and a fugitive cameo in the second season of “Sex and the City” to name a few.
Trump has also previously surfaced regarding controversial 2019 films when it was hinted that Universal Pictures’ “The Hunt” was cancelled over the summer for unwanted displays of violence during mass shootings in this country. was given.
That time what he said about Hollywood was: “They are treating the conservatives terribly wrong… Hollywood is terrible. You talked about racist – Hollywood is racist.
The kind of movies they are What we’re doing with that, it’s hazardous for our country and what Hollywood is doing is a tremendous disservice to our country.
According to “Per Hunt”, He said, “The upcoming film is designed to incite and create chaos. “They create their own violence and then try to blame others, but they are actual racists, and very bad for our country!”
Despite being released continuously and continuing for its entire time, “Joker” is never far away. It is almost pointless to the point that many of the takedowns imposed on the movie are suppressed again. It is a celebration of violence! This will provoke! Terrible acts of cruelty are committed against women and other innocent people!
Never mind, because the film, now crossing the $ 1 billion box-office figure, which is unheard of for an R-rated movie, is here to stay.
For his insane portrayal of Arthur Flake, Joaquin Phoenix is a favourite to beat for the Best Actor Academy Award. And with Donald Trump’s endorsement, this is certainly no longer a film that any Academy voter can ignore.