Is Joker the villain in Dark Knight?

Is Joker the villain in Dark Knight?

The Joker is the main antagonist of the 2008 superhero film The Dark Knight, the second installment of Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Trilogy.

What is the Joker’s origin in The Dark Knight?

The heist goes awry; the comedian leaps into a chemical vat to escape Batman, surfacing disfigured. This, combined with the earlier accidental death of his wife and unborn child, drives the comedian insane, turning him into the Joker.

Was the Joker meant to be in The Dark Knight Rises?

Owing to such a performance and as initially planned, Christopher Nolan was supposed to feature Joker in The Dark Knight Rises too but unfortunately, it wasn’t possible due to Heath Ledger’s tragic death.

What happened to the Joker in The Dark Knight?

During the end of The Dark Knight, Joker sets up his social experiment with explosives on two ferries. After neither group of passengers decides to blow up the other, Joker goes to destroy them both, with Batman swooping in to save the day just in time.

What is the Joker’s story?

Published in 1951, Detective Comics #168 revealed that the Joker was once the Red Hood, a masked criminal who fell into a vat of acid while attempting to escape from Batman. When he emerged from the cauldron, the villain was cursed with green hair, corpse-white skin, and that unnerving perma-grin.

What is the Joker’s true origin story?

How did Joker survive the explosion?

The joker knew that the culprit would be in a holding cell of some sort. The joker made sure that when he took Detective Stephens hostage that he moved him into another room that was far enough away from the culprit with the bomb in his abdomen.

Why did Joker cut his face?

When the Joker became obsessing over destroying the Bat-Family, he decided to arrange for his face to be surgically removed. According to the Joker, he did this to symbolize how even without his, “Mask” he was still the joker where-as Batman’s Robins and Bat-Girls’ identities were only mask-deep.

Why is Joker a villain?

The Joker is the most popular villain because he was not inherently bad to begin with; circumstances made him into a monster. The audience often sympathizes with him. Joker’s uncontrollable laughter is due to the Pseudobulbar affect.

What weapon does the Joker use in the Dark Knight?

The Joker’s Tommy gun in The Dark Knight is actually a toy gun. There’s a scene showing bulletts bouncing off of car windows without breaking them. At first I thought it was just a blooper but thinking about it, perhaps he is using a toy/airsoft type gun which would be fitting for his character and a subtle nod to his comic book weapons.

What is the Jokers real name in dark night Batman?

Until Tim Burton’s ‘Batman’ gave the Joker’s name as Jack Napier, it was DC canon that the Joker’s true identity was unknown and any origin story he gave was probably a lie. Burton’s film was also (AFAIK) the first to make the future Joker the man who killed Bruce Wayne’s parents, rather than minor hoodlum Joe Chill.

What are Joker’s knives in the Dark Knight?

AKC Concord 077. When the Joker has been caught and brought to the MCU holding cells we see a blue-gloved police officer emptying his pockets and putting several items on

  • Michrotech Makora. Another knife that the officer brings out is the Microtech Makora out-the-front automatic knife.
  • Rapala Fillet Knife.
  • What made Joker insane in Dark Knight?

    In almost every video joker carries a knife with him

  • He likes watching The Hills
  • He always get confused with his joke guns and real guns
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