Extras Kept In Subway Car For Hours On Set Of Joker


Set images and video of a subway scene have leaked online showing off some sort of riot scene.

After getting a chance to see what Phoenix looks like in and out of the makeup, HollywoodPipeline.com has revealed new footage on YouTube (along with some high-res photos) of the actor in full Joker mode walking through a subway corridor smoking a cigarette while a team of cops run by.

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Extras on the set of the upcoming "Joker" movie were locked in a city subway auto for more than three hours during weekend filming in a Brooklyn train station - and were forced to relieve themselves on the tracks, TMZ reported.

According to the reports, the extras were denied their break after working for two hours, and banged on the doors to be let out. One of the extras complained to SAG-AFTRA about an alleged violation of rules. The union made no official comment, but a Variety source says a representative visited the set and resolved the situation.

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It's also said that Warner Bros.is looking into the incident as well.

Anticipations have been high for Todd Phillips' take on the Joker - here's everything you need to know about it - with Joaquin Phoenix taking on the title role.

It is directed by Todd Phillips - of The Hangover fame - and Martin Scorsese was initially involved as producer, though he later dropped out.

Brett Cullen has also been cast as Thomas Wayne - the father of Bruce Wayne, and an important figure in Gotham City.

De Niro is set to play a talk show host, and Beats as Pheonix's love interest.