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“Joker – Folie à Deux” : a musical format with Lady Gaga

The rumor had been running for a few months. Lady Gaga will indeed be in the film Joker – Folie à Deux.

The sequel to the Oscar-winning film, Joker: Folie à Deux will be released in theaters onOctober 4, 2024, five years after the original film.

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According to the report of Deadline, Joker: Folie à Deux will likely take place in Arkham Asylum, the place where Arthur Fleck was inserted before he made his daring escape.

In this film, which should be a “musical” drama, Lady Gaga who turned 36 on March 28, is expected to play the iconic character of Harley Quinn.

From this point on, the title Folie à Deux (shared madness) makes sense since Fleck and Quinn should share a colossal delirium in this logical sequel.

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Even though a sequel was not originally planned, the monster success of the film, which grossed over a billion dollars, guided director Todd Phillips towards a second production.

For Lady Gaga, Joker: Folie à Deux will mark her seventh film appearance. She has previously been seen in Machete Kills (2013), Muppets Most Wanted (2014), Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014), Gaga: Five Foot Two (2017), A Star Is Born (2018) and House of Gucci (2021).

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Indeed, rumors of problems in paradise have been circulating for quite some time.

In fact, the purchase of a home in Nashville for $18 million last year was an attempt to save a rocky marriage, according to several sources, starting with RadarOnline.

Reese Witherspoon and Jim Toth had been married since 2011.

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