Lady Gaga confirms ‘Joker 2’ role, a man who stole her dogs recaptured

MANILA, Philippines — Actress and singer Lady Gaga confirmed speculations that she’ll be in the sequel to 2019’s “Joker” alongside her fellow Oscar award winner Joaquin Phoenix.
Gaga published on one of her Twitter pages an audio teaser trailer for the film. The teaser featured images of herself and Phoenix dancing, in reference to a scene from the film’s first film, in which the main character was seen dancing in the bathroom.

It also revealed that the sequel to the title was “Joker: Folie a Deux” and gave the date to release it on Oct. 4, 2024exactly five years later than the initial “Joker.”

Although Gaga didn’t confirm what role she’ll play the teaser did suggest she might be Joker’s love interest Harley Quinn because of a heart that was spotted on the cheeks of her silhouette Gaga.

Director returning Todd Phillips had previously confirmed that the screenplay for the sequel was complete when he uploaded an image of the script and also of Phoenix reading the script.

Harley Quinn was first introduced in the animated “Batman” series as a sidekick of Batman. She was introduced as a sidekick to Joker and because of her popularity, she was given an extended history in which she served as the villain’s psychiatrist in Arkham Asylum until she broke him up after having a romantic relationship with him.

In the film’s final scene “Joker,” Phoenix’s Arthur Fleck was seen in an asylum covered in blood on his shoes as he was pursued by wardens. Phoenix was named the title of Best Actor for his performance and composer Hildur Guonadottir took home the award for his score to the film.

Harley Quinn — her real name Harleen Quinzel was the last time portrayed in the role of Margot Robbie, who starred in the 2021 film “The Suicide Squad,” in a role she’s been playing since the DC Extended Universe since 2016.

The man who assisted in stealing Gaga’s dogs was captured

A 19-year-old who was accused of shooting the dog walker for Gaga to take her French bulldogs in the past year was re-captured after being released for a mistake, police in Los Angeles said.

The information of James Howard Jackson had been detained again was announced on Wednesday, as one of the three accused in the robbery was sentenced to four years of prison.

The crew attacked Ryan Fischer as he exercised the three top animals at Hollywood on February 20, 2021. Fischer suffered chest injuries during the incident and announced on Instagram one month later that he suffered a collapsed lung.

Jackson is suspected of pulling the trigger was released in error from the custody of police earlier this year following what the US Marshals Service described as a “clerical oversight.”

They offered a reward as high as $5,000 (P276,000) for information that leads to his arrest. They also said that he was “armed as well as dangerous.”

According to the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Office said that he was “apprehended with no incident” at the Palmdale City Hall. Palmdale. They didn’t provide additional information and it wasn’t unclear whether the reward was collected.

Jackson’s friend sentenced to jail
Last Wednesday last Wednesday, the California court also sentenced Jaylin Keyshawn White who confessed that he was part of the gang to four years of prison.

In a court meeting at a court hearing in Los Angeles on Wednesday, White 20-year-old White was found guilty of second-degree robbery and was given the sentence of four years in prison.

White was charged in April 2021, along with Jackson Lafayette Shon Whaley, now at the age of 28. Surveillance footage was taken from where the assault shows a vehicle stopping close to Fischer and two individuals leaping out.

One insists that Fischer “give the fight” in the midst of a struggle during which a gunshot can be heard and the dog’s owner collapses to the ground screaming. The attackers grab two dogs -Koji and Gustav — Koji and Gustav and then leave Fischer crying for assistance. The third dog, Miss Asia — ran back to the walker following the robber’s left.

The incident led the “Poker Face” singer to offer the singer a $5000 (P27.6 million) reward to the owner of the animals. Their disappearance highlighted a trend of stealing the precious breed.

The woman, who police claimed surrendered the dogs as a result of the reward, was accused of being an accomplice after receiving stolen items. Los Angeles police said at the time that they were not convinced that they were being targeted due to the identity of their owners however, they believed it was due to the appeal of the breed to the market for illegal goods.

Small and friendly which makes them easy to take small and friendly, making them easy to pick up French bulldogs aren’t known for having huge litters. The fact that they are scarce, as well as their connection to stars like Lady Gaga, Reese Witherspoon, Hugh Jackman, Chrissy Teigen, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Madonna, make them more popular and allow them to trade hands for hundreds of dollars. This is a report by AFP

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