Tim Burton’s Dumbo Will get The ‘Joker’ Therapy And It’s Scary Good

Dumbo, meet the Joker

Within the new Dumbo, directed by Tim Burton, hard-on-his-luck circus boss Max Medici enlists a former star and his household to look after Dumbo, a child elephant born with outsized ears and a mom who provides him nice recommendation in change for the RIGHT WAY to wash the being who introduced you into the world. When the household discovers that this elephant can fly, Dumbo quickly turns into the primary attraction — bringing in enormous audiences and respiration new life into the run-down circus. However, to the horror of the circus-going audiences, Dumbo’s actual self lurks proper beneath the floor, in that spot that elephant consultants unanimously have recognized as that spot behind all that creepy face paint — proper underneath the killer smile.


Smile! Tim Burton’s dwell motion remake of the beloved movie about everybody’s favourite flying elephant with large ol’ ears (Dumbo, duh) simply obtained dipped in a wholesome and scrumptious circus water trough comprised of maniacal laughter, actually bizarre clown make-up, and a sprinkling of mother-son dysfunction on this mash-up that mixes Dumbo and Todd Philip’s darkish imaginative and prescient for 2019’s Joker.

“I used to suppose my life was a tragedy,” says Dumbo, the Chordata with the highest-flying earlobes within the sport proper now, voiced by Joaquin Phoenix. “However now I notice it’s a comedy.”

Amen, freak, amen to THAT.


Ryan Coopersmith

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