That brutal, tile-cracking scrap between Heath Ledger's The Joker and Christian Bale's Batman in 'The Dark Knight looked like the real deal for a reason, it seems.
Kate Ledger, sister of the late Heath Ledger, said that playing the Joker did not cause her brother to fall into a depression that led to his death.
Directed by Derik Murray, the new film features never-before-seen footage of the late star, along with interviews from close friends and family.
Spike TV and Network Entertainment have released the trailer for “I Am Heath Ledger,” the new documentary exploring the life of the late actor who passed away in 2008.
Michelle Williams attends the premiere of “Manchester by the Sea” in Los Angeles. Michelle Williams knows a little something about grief. Perhaps that’s why her performance in Manchester by the Sea is already generating Oscar buzz.
The title may not be named after them, but these sidekicks, baddies and cameos walked off with the movie. Image credits: Rex_Shutterstock, Lucasfilm
This week has seen the first major casting announcement for Zack Snyder’s ‘Justice League: Part 1’, with Oscar-winner JK Simmons taking on the role of Batman’s long-time ally Commissioner Jim Gordon.
We’re only a few weeks away from meeting a new Dark Knight when Ben Affleck takes over the batsuit in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice. The general feeling among fans is Affleck’s got big bat-shoes to fill, considering the level of adoration for Christopher Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy starring Christian Bale.
The Oscar Heath Ledger won for his role in ‘The Dark Knight’ currently resides in Perth, at the Western Australian Museum. It will be handed over to Ledger’s 10-year-old daughter Mathilda - who lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her mother Michelle Williams - once she is old enough. Speaking to the Hollywood Reporter, he said: “Michelle is aware the Oscar remains secured with the museum.