Batman: The Killing Joke isn’t kidding around. Warner Bros’. direct-to-video animated film based on the notorious Alan Moore comic has been rated R, the studio’s home entertainment division tells EW exclusively.
holy awesome! this is going to be wicked.. orr.... will it be too dark for the masses? cause... you know. some people are clearly overly sensitive on body count in DC movies but nor star wars or marvel flicks.
Most likely with this animated movies the critics as well as most of those who are going to watch this animated film are ones who have read the comics or knows what this story arc is all about so if it stays true to the comics then it should be R rated or else it wouldn't work.
i'm just saying... this is likely to be pretty violent. i'll watch this for sure.
Awesome. Can't wait to see it as well. Dark Batman story with Hamill and Conroy?!? F ya.
The killing joke would not work if it's not r rated so I'm looking forward to a very faithful adaptation of this story.
since when this is a news? anyone who knows what the Killing Joke is about were already certain it would be R-rated!
the news came out yesterday so i'd say that april 14, 2016 is officially when it became news. =)
whatever, that isnt my point
Well, it makes sense considering the stuff in the comic, but don't expect a hard R.
yeah, in the trailer, the screens show joker laughing, but i dont think they will let us see the pictures gordon will see
What pictures I am dying to know
15 rated here in the UK then, probs.
Mark Hamill and Kevin Conroy is all I needed to know to be on board, but didn't mark Hamill say he's done with the Joker?
That's already done: http://www.comicbookresourc... All the 90's btas actors well voice overs are back.
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