All of the scenes shot for the Joaquin Phoenix Joker movie are around three o'clock, and the movie we saw in the movies lasts just over two hours, so there are cut scenes that are certainly worth seeing.
Now director Todd Phillips reveals if there is any possibility of seeing them (via Collider).
"I hate the *** of the Cuts Director. I hate cut scenes. They were cut for some reason. The movie we have is the movie I wanted and I will never show a deleted scene."
There goes the hope of the fans to see a little more of this Joker that has received so much praise from the public and critics, but that doesn't mean there are no scenes the director would have liked to include in the final montage.
"Although we don't like deleted scenes, we cut a very graceful thing … when Joker enters Murray Franklin's show, each time Murray stopped and said, 'Please welcome Joker,' the curtains would open. himself and he would do something different. "
The director explained that there are 13 distinct scenes from Arthur Fleck's entry into Murray Franklin's show.
"They are all different and they are all so much fun, some of them are very good. To the point that I wonder why I didn't use this or that."
Despite this, it will depend on Warner Bros. the release of a version of the movie for home entertainment with the inclusion of cut scenes, as this decision always rests with the distributor.
Abílio Rodrigues (of Rivia) is the technology editor of IGN Portugal, a confessed music lover and PC gaming enthusiast. You can follow him on @KaikaneTR