"Joker" Extras Were Locked In Subway For Hours & Force To Piss On The Tracks

The manufacturing the “Joker” film starring Joaquin Pheonix took an odd flip final weekend. Many individuals had been working on-set in an unnamed subway station. For some motive, extras had been made to enter a prepare and had been subsequently caught within the motionless automobile. The occasions that adopted are placing the manufacturing firm in sizzling water.

The extras had been locked within the Brooklyn subway automotive for greater than three hours in the course of the filming underground. The actors are stated to have been denied a break and locked within the prepare. Since they didn’t get the break they had been entitled to after two hours work, some them needed to relieve their bladders on the tracks. They opened the doorways that join the automobiles and pissed in between them.

Sources say that the state of affairs grew to become dire to the purpose actors banging on the subway doorways in lamentation. They had been begging to be free of the automobile, however their efforts had been in useless. 

According to stories, a grievance was filed with the Screen Actors Guild, which can monitor the state of affairs. Warner Bros. can also be stated to be investigating the incident.

The Joker is about to hit US theaters on October four, 2019.

Morgan Freeman Honored, Sterling K. Brown Makes History at SAG Awards

Sunday night, entertainers far and wide gathered for the 24th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles as actors, actresses, writers, producers, and the like were recognized by their peers for their accompishments in film and television. Among the nominees, we found the ususal suspects making their rounds this awards season, with Get Out, Big Little Lies, This Is Us, Stranger Things, and Black-Ish serving as a small representation.

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The night’s biggest honor, the Lifetime Achievement Award, was presented to honoree Morgan Freeman, whose decades-long career has earned him a great deal respect and revere among his contemporaries. “These moments in life usually call for an entire litany thank you’s. I can’t do that because I don’t know all your names, so I won’t try,” Freeman noted. “This is beyond honor. This is a place in history.”

Earlier on in the broadcast, another African-American actor poised to follow in the footsteps the likes Morgan Freeman also found himself cementing his place in history yet again as Sterling K. Brown would become the first black actor to win the SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in A Drama Series for his portrayal Randall Pearson in NBC’s This Is Us.

“What an honor it is to be recognized by your peers for a job well done,” Brown said as he accepted his award. “This room is a source endless inspiration for me. I love all you. People call us weird and strange; the truth the matter is everybody’s weird and strange, and we just embrace ourselves for who we are.”

At the top the year, Sterling made history when he became the first black actor to win a Golden Globe for Best Actor in A Drama Series just a few months after becoming the first black actor to receive an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series.