Tourists are gathering to a flight of stairways in the Bronx area of New York that Joaquin Phoenix dances down in an iconic but contentious scene from the hit movie “Joker.”
Film fans have even had to line before being able to sudden photos of themselves re-forming the character’s posture that seems on the poster of the Todd Phillips-directed blockbuster.
“It looks even better than in the movie,” Tasula Ceballos, a young Russian living in Miami, told AFP, somewhat dissatisfied that the masses meant her photos didn’t come out fairly as she had trusted.
“I love when directors shoot in real places. Typically they film in studios like Warner Brothers but this is a real place. We can come and we can touch the floor,” she also added.
Before “Joker” movie hit the stage in early October, the 132 steps between Shakespeare Avenue and Anderson Avenue were about as far away from the traveler track in New York as you could get.
Now peoples are teeming to them from all over the world to upload pictures to Instagram or create funny memes to share online.