Listen: Joker, Phoenix And Todd Phillips discussed on Tony Katz Today
"To some other things to understand the context. joker takes in thirteen point three million. how much did dead pool take and how much the dead pool take yeah that's not a good comparison okay it's not how about it chapter two that's a little better it chapter to how much you think it's again on the Thursday night in its opening weekend. how much pretty starring nine ten point five million that's not bad again point five million hi how about Logan of course you Jack men ax men four and a half nine point five million. so thirteen point three is the record the record was set by venom. which came out last year that way way way for Thursday night. venom dentures open that was a Thursday night that use different types of of of movies this is R. rated and was P. thirteen this is our R. rated yes then venom was not Peter I will bet you will my salary for the year as PJ thirteen wasn't real well beat that it did beat that that's pretty interesting but your salary for a year I might be able to afford to see a movie. the record by the way is owned by did pull to eighteen point six million dollars now joker is already getting a lot of people nervous there are threats the has been forced to theaters in for say sorry when I can carry as were instead of down. in the same. people are ridiculous and silly and crazed. I want to see the movie I'm not I mean I'm actually not gonna see it tonight but I do want to see the film. because I'm curious to see how I'm Jersey walking Phoenix does. right I'm curious to see how much they got into the deconstruction of a man. because the movie is it doesn't have anything having to do with the DC universe doesn't aiming to do with Batman are or anything like that it has to do with it a guy slowly losing his mind and only finding a way through deviants if you will. and how society. broken down. and then how. he rebuilt himself up using society again society that's how I see it I so I've always kind of put it it together people I go it's too violent to know you're only asking for trouble. it's a character study the fact it's based on a character that you know from comics I think is there is a bit inconsequential to see if this unique and kind of interesting character study that that's happening right here and I very much like how the director Todd Phillips even how long he Phoenix"