The Official The Joker Face Shirt! Call it character building: The metamorphosis of the star into the iconic villain includes a broccoli clown wig and an 80s color palette. inspired by the color of broccoli, a pair of white socks and a unique clown face are just a few of the design tools used to turn Joaquin Phoenix’s Arthur Fleck into one of the antagonists. The most iconic aspect of the screen in Fictional Characters. Director Todd Phillips went to two Oscar-winning costume designer, Mark Bridges to realize his vision of Arthur becoming a Joker. Bridges said: “When I first took on a job like this, it was a bit scary.”
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I want to make a service for the movie and don’t want to mention anything else, because Todd is making an independent picture and this character is known. “Abandoning previous Jokers research, like Heath Ledger and Jack Nicholson, the costume designer admitted to checking out the purple suit and green shirt worn by Caesar Romero in the original Batman series: “He is my favorite Joker and the product of one of my misguided youths sitting in front of the television and the Official The Joker Face Shirt!” The backstory involves looking at Fleck’s complex personality and environment. “All options of I’m all based on something to say about people, and I look at his outdated shirt, polyester pants, and acrylic sweaters and can be bought at a thrift store.
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I tried to draw a picture when we learned about this man’s life and my choice also comes from his personal appearance and financial status when he is living in an Urban area on low stairs, hand in the mouth. “Because he was sharing the apartment with his mother, Penny, who called him” my boy, “Bridges wore Fleck in a small hooded jacket and” vague minor “with the couple. “I never used white socks in the film, but if I had some time, it would be for Arthur Fleck and the Official The Joker Face Shirt! “The movie marks Bridges ‘third collaboration with Phoenix, and he created a character wardrobe of mix-match costumes for two personas. In the’ 80s, the palette was blue, brown, brown, gray and gray, followed by the intensity of the color when he transformed into the Joker.