Matt Reeves reveals his reasoning for creating Barry Keoghan’s Joker in “The Batman.”
The new Joker is scary, and the person who took the picture has explained why he made this version of the figure.
The Batman concluded Friday afternoon with a huge shocker: the release of a previously unreleased sequence from Barry Keoghan’s Joker. which was cut from the film’s final cut and gave the actor a brief glimpse of the laborMatt Reeves’ portrayal of this character is truly horrifying, as he is covered in scars, has been mutilated, has been vanquished by Batman, and has been severely punished for his life as a criminal.
Keoghan’s Joker, who is in Arkham, has a five-minute conversation with Pattinson’s bat that has caused a lot of people to be angry on Twitter.
references from the past.
The public continues to be perplexed as to how Reeves could have kept that scene out of the film, as it was by far the best part about it for a large percentage of viewers. In a recent interview with IGN, Reeves described how his sources were to bring to life this terrifying villain, who has been speculated to be the Joker.
“The scenario is kept intriguing by keeping the audience visually distant from it. I wanted to make a new version of him while staying true to his roots. As a result, it’s very much in the vein of Conrad Veidt’s silent picture “The Man Who Laughs.”
On the other hand, it’s evident that, in addition to The Man Who Laughs (an image of which can be found at the top of these lines), Matt Reeves was influenced by Brian Azzrello and Lee Bermejo’s Joker.
But, beyond the comic references, Reeves has shaped a Joker that we haven’t seen on screen before, departing from the Ledger, Phoenix, and Leto incarnations, which is surprising because it demonstrates that this character can be portrayed in a variety of ways. They’re all different, yet they all arrive at the same harbor, of course.