Tagged With Joaquin Phoenix

12 actors who don't actually watch their own movies


4 Oscar winners who don't deserve their awards — sorry


Joaquin Phoenix kept up his streak of admiring fiancée Rooney Mara on the Oscars red carpet and the photos are adorable



How the Oscars went from meaty comfort food to this year's (almost) vegan dinner with dairy-free cheese, mushroom, and beets


All 9 Oscar best picture nominees this year, ranked


Andy Serkis said he will be a younger version of Alfred in "The Batman," but hasn't received advice from Michael Caine



Joaquin Phoenix curtsied for Prince William at the BAFTAs and fans are calling it the 'highlight' of their day


Why 'Joker' deserves its 11 nominations and should win Best Picture


Every single Joaquin Phoenix movie, ranked


Jane Fonda explains why she's willing to get arrested in the fight against climate change


Joaquin Phoenix said his late brother, River, told him: 'You're going to be a more successful actor than I am'


Joaquin Phoenix scorned a journalist who asked him an old question about 'Joker' at the Golden Globes: 'I feel like I've talked about this for 6 months'



The best memes and moments you may have missed at the 2020 Golden Globes


Joaquin Phoenix didn't walk the Golden Globes red carpet with fiancée Rooney Mara so he could sweetly admire her instead


Matthew Perry shared a meme comparing Chandler's dance moves to Joaquin Phoenix's in 'Joker': 'You're welcome'


Trying to diagnose the 'Joker' shows what the film gets wrong about mental illness, according to a psychopath expert



A 'Joker' crew member said Joaquin Phoenix gave everyone a personalised joke book suggesting the movie was terrible and it was all their fault


After passing $1 billion at the box office, a 'Joker' sequel is reportedly in the works. Here's everything you need to know about the ending of the first movie.


The viral 'Joker' outtake with an angry Joaquin Phoenix originated as a prank on the movie's director


'Joker' makes an explicit connection between mental illness and violence. Here's why that's dangerous and wrong.