Instagrammers and film fans flock to the staircase at 167th Street in New York City’s Bronx Borough, where Arthur Fleck of Joaquin Phoenix enjoyed becoming the Clown Prince of Crime. Popular tourist attractions such as the Bronx Zoo, Yankee Stadium, and the New York Botanical Gardens are already close to the Bronx. Now, this staircase definitely made it into the area’s list of locations to visit and enjoy.
linking the Shakespearean and Anderson Avenues on West 167th Street. These stairs were not particularly popular. But it’s changed things. Fans still hang out there, These stairs were not particularly popular. As we see in the web photos and videos.
The # Jokerstairs has got nearly 900 photos tagged on Instagram already, and have also been added as a “religious site” to Google Maps. “We hope it ends soon because we don’t need this,” Jonathan Francis, a 29-year-old who has lived in the neighborhood his entire life, told Gothamist. “We feel disrespected.”
Ignacio, whoa psychology student, said he really enjoyed the movie. “It made me try and see the world from another point of view, taking into account the pathologies and psychosis one can suffer from,” he told Bored Panda. “Due to DC failing its latest movies, I felt the obligation to support the production of this film.”
The man said the staircase didn’t feel the same in person as it did in the movie. “The cinematic magic was achieved by four people, the director of photography, the composer, the director, and, of course, Joaquin Phoenix himself.”