A full bladder isn’t any joke.
Extras on the set of the upcoming “Joker” film have been locked in a metropolis subway automobile for greater than three hours throughout weekend filming in a Brooklyn practice station – and have been compelled to relieve themselves on the tracks, TMZ reported.
The extras have been filming a scene in an unnamed subway station and denied their break after two hours of labor, sources instructed the outlet.
Issues apparently got so unhealthy, that the determined actors banged on the subway doorways pleading to be let loose — to no avail.
They ultimately did their enterprise on the tracks in between the automobiles, in accordance to TMZ.
A criticism was lodged with the Display screen Actors Guild, which can proceed to monitor the state of affairs, the outlet reported.
Warner Bros. can be investigating the incident, TMZ reported.
Joaquin Phoenix who will play the DC Comics villain, was noticed filming in full costume Sunday in a Brooklyn practice station.
The Joker is ready to be launched in the US on Oct. 4, 2019.