With all the photos and set videos that have come out for Todd Phillips\u2019 Joker, we\u2019ve gotten a good look at the lead character so far. Now a new video expands on the world and gives us the Gotham City Police Department (or GCPD). Watch them try and take down the Joaquin Phoenix (Joker) here:\r\n\r\n \r\n\r\nBase on what we\u2019ve already seen from the film, it looks like this will be taking place before the scene with the Joker starting a riot and walking out of the train.\r\n\r\nIf we put the scenes together, I\u2019m guessing that the cops will follow the Joker into the train, only to find out that the train is full of people in clown masks\u2014the Joker himself hiding in plain sight. By the time the riot starts, the Joker will walk out of the train and pull of his mask, and the cops are none the wiser.\r\n\r\nIf you\u2019re still confused as to who this Joker is compared to Jared Leto\u2019s, this film will be the first of the DC movies to take place out of the main timeline. Leto\u2019s Joker exists in the same universe as Ben Affleck\u2019s Batman, but Joaquin Phoenix\u2019s Clown Prince is taking place in his own alternate reality, one far away from CGI upper lips and jars of pee.\r\n\r\nI\u2019ll have to say, a lot of people didn\u2019t think that this movie was a good idea, but now fans are warming up to the thought of DC introducing alternate realities and multiverses in their films. If this Joker movie succeeds, we could be looking at a Superman: Red Son film down the line or maybe film set entirely in the world of Flashpoint Paradox.\r\n\r\nCatch Joker in theaters Oct. 4, 2019.