Joaquin Phoenix Undergoes A Body Transformation For A New Role

Joaquin Phoenix has undergone a pretty impressive transformation for his last role.

the Joker The star is well known for going out of her way to get into character and isn’t shy about changing her look if the role demands it.

Phoenix already lost 23 kg (52 lbs) to play Arthur Fleck in 2019 and now he has been pictured on the set of his latest movie Deception Boulevard looks remarkably different from what he usually does.


In the photos, Phoenix can be seen standing shirtless with thinning gray hair, and he was also seen wearing boxer shorts and a white shirt.

Phoenix has previously spoken of the struggle to lose weight for his role in Joker.

He told AP, “Once you hit the target weight, everything changes. Like a lot of what’s hard is waking up everyday and obsessing over about 0.3 pounds. Is not it ?

Credit: PA
Credit: PA

“And you are really developing as a disorder. I mean, it’s wild. “

Phoenix added, “I think the interesting thing for me is what I had planned and anticipated with the weight loss was these feelings of dissatisfaction, hunger, some kind of vulnerability and weakness.

“But what I hadn’t expected was this feeling of fluidity that I felt physically. ”

And it looks like Phoenix might be ready to start all over again, following rumors that a second Joker The film is on the cards, with the Hollywood Reporter claiming director Todd Phillips is already working on a sequel.

Phoenix has already admitted that he wants to make a sequel, if the story is fair.

Credit: Warner Bros
Credit: Warner Bros

Speaking to the Los Angeles Times, he said, “Long before the release or before we had any idea how successful it was, we talked about sequels.

“In the second or third week of filming, I was like, ‘Todd [Phillips, director], can you start working on a sequel? There is too much to explore ”. It was a bit of a joke, but not really. ”

However, he clarified, “I wouldn’t do a sequel just because the first movie was successful. It’s ridiculous.

Credit: PA
Credit: PA

“I guess the fear was that you would lock yourself in doing something over and over that you didn’t really care about, that didn’t motivate or turn you on,

“Part of the whole attraction for me was that there was no expectation. I did not sign an agreement to do [more movies]. It was a unique piece. ”

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