Director Todd Phillips shared a photo of the "Joker 2" script's cover, revealing the title of the sequel. The director also dropped a picture of actor Joaquin Phoenix while reading the script. Phoenix played Joker in the first installment as well.

As per Phillips' post on Instagram Tuesday, the sequel of the movie has been titled "Joker: Folie à Deux" and it is penned by Phillips and writer Scott Silver, who is also responsible for Netflix's project, "Untitled Hulk Hogan Biopic."

In the carousel, the director also shared a black and photo of the 47-year-old actor, reading the script while smoking a cigarette and wearing sunglasses.

Celebs and fans took to the comments section to share their reactions.

Actor Simon Rex commented, "I zoomed in on the script and I see my cameo you wrote me. Thanks man. I’ll see if I’m avail," while tennis player Adi Spiegelman wrote, "We are thrilled."

"You have my attention," a fan wrote. Another one commented, "Everybody stay calm, it's happening!!" A user noted, "Oh cool I see the line there 'I'ma da joker man and I loves ta laugh, huehuehue.'"

Another user questioned, "Folie a deux? Ain’t that a shared delusional disorder shared by 2 people??"

Folie à deux is a rare delusional disorder that is shared by two people, mostly two family members or people emotionally close to each other.

The first installment of the movie was dropped in 2019. The story revolves around a lonely man who has been bullied and isolated. He eventually turns into a criminal named Joker. The movie also stars Robert De Niro, Zazie Beetz, Frances Conroy, Marc Maron, Glenn Fleshler and Shea Whigham.

Phoenix was last seen in the movie, "C'mon C'mon," which was helmed by director Mike Mills. The flick was dropped in November last year.

The actor will be next seen in the horror-comedy movie, "Disappointment Blvd.," which is helmed by director Ari Aster. The movie is under post-production and it stars Michael Gandolfini, Amy Ryan, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Nathan Lane and Parker Posey.

Phoenix will also work in a historical drama, "Napoleon," where he will be playing the title character.

Joaquin Phoenix has worn the same tuxedo for the entire awards season culminating in the Oscars
Joaquin Phoenix has worn the same tuxedo for the entire awards season culminating in the Oscars AFP / Robyn Beck