Whether you've loved or hated the blockbuster hit Joker because of its flabby violence and flattering display of mental illness, if you've been online lately, you know you can not afford it can miss him.
If you're in the former camp, you can now show your appreciation with a new filter launched from Facebook's mobile app camera.
The last streak of Todd Philip must have been some fun since he was fourth best on the opening weekend. highest for a R-Rated movie and highest for a movie released in October. Take that, Pulp Fiction, Venom and Halloween .
Da Joker have already earned an international ticket sales of $ 258.1 million, it would be no surprise to movie viewers if he among the best is watching movies in the universe of DC Comics.
The creepy Facebook filter was uploaded to YouTube as a fun project by the Malaysian interactive media consultant and creative agency Black Dash Interactive Design. An Instagram version still needs to be approved by Instagram.
In recent digital marketing campaigns for clients such as McDonalds, Clinique, Panasonic, and Nissan, the company has also recently released a Facebook filter for McDonald's McCafe coffee line (despite the famous food franchise clown). There is no connection to the latest filter.
A few years ago, Facebook did its best to copy Snapchat's innovative face filters for its in-app camera, and since then, creative companies have extensively tested their designs on the company's platforms.
If this latest effort is an indication, it may be time to pay more attention to Facebook's growing garden of AR filters.