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50 Best Joker Movie Quotes

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1. “So once I thought of the villain with a sense of humor, I began to think of a name, and the name "the Joker" immediately came to mind. There was the association with the Joker in the deck of cards, and I probably yelled literally, 'Eureka!' because I knew I had the name and the image at the same time.”  — Jerry Robinson


2. “I'm a traveling practical joker. That's my line of work.”  — Colin Mochrie


3. “That's all the Joker is. It's Batman without love. The Riddler is the opposite of that. It's the detective in him.”  — Tom King


4. “I always think of the Joker as the ultimate bully. Nothing he says is funny except to him.”  — Paul Dini


5. “If you actually read the 'New Gods' tetralogy, this epic without an ending, it's like dipping your head into madness. You feel a little bit like the Joker for a little while. And I mean that in the best way possible.”  — Tom King


6. “I don't know about you, but every time some joker points me out as I walk through an airport wearing extra-small Dolfin shorts, a tank top, and leg warmers, I get a little upset.”  — Richard Simmons


7. “There was never a moment where I was intentionally cribbing from another actor. More so, I grew up watching other actors design the character of The Joker to me, and obviously, the part was paying tribute to The Joker, and so I wanted to, you know, perform it to the best of my abilities in a way that it seemed to be paying homage to the character.”  — Cameron Monaghan


8. “You can't tell a Batman story without the Joker, and you can't tell a Joker story without Batman. They're just the symbols of the best and worst of humanity.”  — Tom King


9. “I want to entertain my audience. I know when then come and see me play, if I don't do 'Swing Town,' 'Jet Airliner,' 'Take the Money and Run,' 'True Fine Love,' 'Fly Like an Eagle,' 'The Joker,' blah blah blah - if I don't do all those songs, they'll be extremely disappointed. I love to do them.”  — Steve Miller


10. “There's some of these villains that are just crazy and they do it just to do it. Then you got The Joker, who says he's an agent of chaos and he comes back in different forms every time, comes back to fight Batman he's a different character, different guy.”  — Brook Lopez


11. “Generally my response to seeing something really symmetrical and perfect is... it's the scene with Jack Nicholson's Joker in the first 'Batman,' the museum scene. Him just spray-painting the Mona Lisa, and whatever, with his goons.”  — Oneohtrix Point Never


12. “The Joker is my favorite villain of all time: You don't know his past; you just know what his plans are.”  — The Weeknd


13. “Dickinson is my hero because she was a joker, because she would never explain because as a poet she confronted pain, dread, and death and because she was capable of speaking of those matters with both levity and seriousness. She's my hero because she was a metaphysical adventurer.”  — Helen Oyeyemi


14. “I think the Joker resonates with people as much as Batman does.”  — Brian Azzarello


15. “I liked The Trickster because he was The Flash's Joker. I liked Solomon Grundy, too.”  — Edge


16. “When I was younger, I used to love Tim Burton's 'Batman.' I was, like, 15, and even then, I was aware, 'This is really the Joker's film.' It's like, the Joker just takes over, and Batman, you really don't learn too much about him.”  — Edgar Wright


17. “Until I was about 14, I was a fat boy, or at least I looked like a fat boy. I think that being funny was a bit of a defence mechanism for me, so I ended up being a bit of a joker.”  — Pippa Evans


18. “The greatest villain of all time is The Joker - he always has been, and I don't know anyone who's not going to have Heath Ledger's performance burnt into their brains for the rest of their lives.”  — Drew Goddard


19. “Joker' is, of course, a character of my generation grew up with, and it's a character you know really well and have strong opinions about. He's been a larger-than-life character in fiction. He's one of these rare characters that have had such strong performances.”  — Hildur Gudnadottir


20. “Anyone who knows me knows that I'm way more of a joker than I am a serious person.”  — Queen Latifah


21. “I'd like to be a superhero or a supervillain in a huge action movie. I want to play, like, the Joker or something like that.”  — Jake Paul


22. “There's a little bit of Sid and Nancy to the Joker and Harley look, which I always felt would not be a bad look if they were in a live-action movie.”  — Paul Dini


23. “You can be committed to somebody because of ego: 'I said I was going to be with this joker for the rest of my life, so I'm just going to do it.' Or you can be committed because you have a deeply rooted connection.”  — Jada Pinkett Smith


24. “I wouldn't want to be Superman. Batman would be cool. But the one I've always wanted to play is the Joker. There is a maniacal and dangerous side to me.”  — T. J. Miller


25. “I'm definitely a joker.”  — Theo James


26. “The DC Universe has the best villains in fiction, right? I don't think there's any group of villains collectively or anywhere else that come close to DC's. Joker, Cat Woman, Lex Luthor, are all staples. A lot of the comic book icons are fiction icons.”  — Geoff Johns


27. “The Joker,' I made the album in 17 days and it was my last shot.”  — Steve Miller


28. “Most of Charlotte's character is really who she is. A lot of who Ashley is is Charlotte and the same with my dad. It's not like I'm the Joker.”  — Charlotte Flair


29. “I was a practical joker as a teenager and I still am today - you can ask any of my staff.”  — Michelle Lujan Grisham


30. “My dream role is to play in a story of how the Joker became the Joker, and I would play the young Heath Ledger.”  — Jonny Weston


31. “I'm an efficient striker, but I'm not a joker.”  — Michy Batshuayi


32. “I can like Jack Nicolson's Joker, and I can like Heath Ledger's Joker. There's other Jokers I don't have to like.”  — David Harbour


33. “I think you have to be crazy not to want to work on the Joker! I can't think of many characters, heroes, or villains, that are as malleable as him. He really can be interpreted in so many different ways, and generally, people don't really want to scratch the surface because you can get into some really dark territory real fast.”  — Lee Bermejo


34. “We had established Harley Quinn as an accomplice to the Joker who was also crushing on him and found herself in the middle of this weird relationship being at the beck and call of his every whim. We wanted to stretch her and make her a stronger character, so to have her leave him and go off on her own was a story I wanted to tell for a while.”  — Paul Dini


35. “When I was writing 'Black Panther,' on one level, I was angry because DC would never let me write 'Batman,' so I was doing Marvel's 'Batman,' and Reverend Achebe became sort of the Joker to Panther's Batman.”  — Christopher Priest


36. “I really didn't have any plan for her other than the hench girl role, who was better at getting laughs out of the other gang members than the Joker was. I gave her the name Harley Quinn because I thought Harley was a fun name for a girl, and a lot of 'Batman' character names have a bit of a pun to them, like E Nygma.”  — Paul Dini


37. “When 'Joker' came out in '73, I finally got a viral hit. Every DJ who heard it played it.”  — Steve Miller


38. “The Joker that Christopher Nolan created in 'The Dark Knight' had the scar across his mouth, and the first time you heard his explanation for it, he makes you believe that's how he got it. But then you get into the film, and every time he talks about his scar, it's a totally different story.”  — The Weeknd


39. “On one level, I am a massive joker and can't take anything seriously, but on the other hand, I'm incredibly serious and a deep thinker, so I have that dichotomy within me.”  — Shura


40. “I love Bane. I love the Joker. I love Batman.”  — Jake Paul


41. “So, I'm thinking of a name for a villain that has a sense of humor. I thought of 'The Joker' as a name, and as soon as I thought that, I associate it with the playing card, as my family had a tradition of champion playing; my brother was a contract champion bridge player. There were always cards around the house.”  — Jerry Robinson


42. “When my editor sent me the first two images of Joker's daughter, I was struck by how confident she looked despite her boney appearance and horribly scarred face. So I starting thinking, how did Duela gain such confidence in a world that prizes beauty?”  — Ann Nocenti


43. “My favorite Marvel villain is Doctor Doom from Fantastic Four. For DC, I think it's a popular choice, but it's the Joker.”  — Brook Lopez


44. “Rarely was a distinction deserves as the Oscar for best supporting actor, who went to the late Heath Ledger. His 'Joker' is really incredible.”  — Bastian Schweinsteiger


45. “I was writing a script about the Joker menacing a regular person who had strayed into his path, and I needed to give him a gang of henchmen to work with him. The idea occurred to me, let's put in a female henchperson because that seemed like a fun variation on the regular big thug guys.”  — Paul Dini


46. “I always read interviews with people and they say I was a right joker at school, I was a right loner at school - but I was just kind of average.”  — Ant McPartlin


47. “Elvis was, at least the times I was around him, Elvis was a practical joker. He was always, had some little mischievous something going.”  — Jackie DeShannon


48. “I think portraying the Joker's point of view would do a disservice to that character. As soon as you get inside his head he would lose so much power.”  — Brian Azzarello


49. “People who know me, they know I have a sense of humor, I'm a bit of a joker, a bit of a clown really, and I would love someone to exploit that side of me and send me a romantic comedy.”  — Gary Oldman


50. “If I end up hosting 'Joker's Wild,' please shoot me.”  — Anderson Cooper