Actor Joaquin Phoenix knew he and his pal Casey Affleck were taking on a big project when they decided to make the mockumentary "I'm Still Here," but Phoenix admitted to "Extra's" Jerry Penacoli that he thought it got a little out of control.
Remember when Joaquin Phoenix seemingly went off the rails, turning rapper, growing a beard -- and announcing to "Extra's" Jerry Penacoli that he was quitting acting?
Apparently, it was just one of Phoenix's many performances for the documentary "I'm Still Here" -- or so says his pal, actor Casey Affleck, who made his directorial debut following Phoenix as he tried to jump start his "music career."
Remember when actor Joaquin Phoenix went a little haywire, quit acting, grew facial hair, mumbled on "David Letterman" and announced he was going to be a rapper?
Here's the trailer for "I'm Still Here," the documentary showing Phoenix's transition -- and transformation -- directed by his good friend, actor Casey Affleck.
Ben Affleck brings the thrills as a congressman whose mistress is murdered in "State of Play," but off-screen, the father of two is happily adjusting to life with his three ladies! Plus, Ben reveals the truth behind brother Casey's documentary on Joaquin Phoenix.