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'Joker' movie extras reportedly denied break, locked in subway cars

12 October 2018

According to TMZ, the film's extras recently resorted to urinating on some train tracks after they were locked on a subway auto for more than three hours. According to reports, extras were locked on a subway vehicle for several hours during filming recently-to the point that some started peeing on the tracks.

TMZ reports the extras filming the scene in Brooklyn were locked in the train vehicle and denied their break after two hours of work. One of the individuals filed an official complaint with SAG-AFTRA about a violation of standards and practices.

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As you may know, this is a significant hiccup in the production of the highly-anticipated film, Joker, starring Joaquin Phoenix.

It's also said that Warner looking into the incident as well. The lack of being allowed to leave the subway auto led to some resorting to urinating on the train tracks through small spaces between the cars.

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Last month, filming began in New York City, and its set for release on the 34th of October, 2019.

SAG reportedly sent someone to look into the situation and from here on out someone will basically make sure that if Phillips does decide to lock a bunch of people up somewhere, it will be for no longer than two hours at a time.

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Also on the bill are Robert De Niro, Zazie Beetz, Frances Conroy, Marc Maron and Brett Cullen, as Thomas Wayne, Bruce Wayne's father.

'Joker' movie extras reportedly denied break, locked in subway cars