Barry Keoghan anticipates that he already has ideas on how to develop his Joker if he is reconfirmed in The Batman 2.
If the ending of The Batman is any indication, we will definitely see Paul Dano's Riddler and Barry Keoghan's Joker again in the future. Just the latter is unbalanced by anticipating his plans for The Batman 2, of course, if he will be reconfirmed in the cast.
In an interview with the New York Times, Barry Keoghan said: "I felt intimidated, but I tried to stay true to myself. I know that sounds pretty vague, but I firmly believe that if I am myself, whatever I do will be completely fresh and unique. I already have a backstory that I have created in case The Batman 2 happened: a totally new way to interpret it. "
The look of the Joker
Barry Keoghan's appearance of the Joker has been compared to that of the Death of the Family story arc in which the Joker's face is cut and reattached, further disfiguring the criminal clown with green hair, bleached white skin, and a smile. permanent caused by falling into a vat of acid. Matt Reeves revealed the inspiration for his portrayal of the Joker: a homage to the mutilated mouth of Conrad Veidt's Gwynplaine in The Man Who Laughs, a 1928 silent film that influenced the DC Comics character.
"He can never stop smiling. Mike Marino and I thought - I was talking about The Elephant Man because I love David Lynch. And I thought, 'Well, maybe this time there is something not to do with falling in. a vat of chemicals or it's not Christopher Nolan's choice where he has these scars and we don't know where they come from, ”Reeves explained. "What if it's something he's been touched by since birth, maybe he has a congenital disease that refuses to let him stop smiling? And he's had this terrible reaction, he's had to put up with people's gaze all his life and he knows how to get into it. in the head. '"
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