Joseph Gordon-Levitt played Cameron in the 1990s romcom, which recently celebrated its 20th anniversary.
David S. Goyer says Warner Bros were not originally sold on the idea of maintaining The Joker as an enigma,
Heath Ledger refused to present an award at the 2007 Oscars over a joke in the script about the gay relationship in Brokeback Mountain.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt shared a sweet throwback photo for the anniversary of '10 Things I Hate About You.' He starred in the 1999 film with Julia Stiles, Heath Ledger, Gabrielle Union, and more.
Joaquin Phoenix paid tribute to the late Heath Ledger last night, as he came one step closer to winning his first Oscar.
Gyllenhaal said that Ledger, who died in 2008, was especially protective of the story and the dialogue, which of course included the famous “I wish I knew how to quit you” line.
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 has said that her brother was 'having fun' playing the Joker in The Dark Knight, and was not depressed.
If there is any one image you take away from “I Am Heath Ledger,” it’s that of Ledger staring into the camera, spinning it around and around, creating his own sort of impromptu DV-selfie version of the swirling-camera POV dance duets in “Saturday Night Fever” and “Carrie.” The shots are emblematic for a couple of reasons.... <a href="http://variety.com/2017/film/reviews/i-am-heath-ledger-review-1202393294/" title="Read Tribeca Film Review: ‘I Am Heath Ledger’">Read more »</a><img src="http://media.zenfs.com/en_US/Entertainment/Variety/pc17#038;c26035310#038;c310000#038;cv2.0#038;cj1" class="editorial"/>
Directed by Derik Murray, the new film features never-before-seen footage of the late star, along with interviews from close friends and family.
<p>Do you know every actor who has played The Joker?</p><p>He’s Batman’s most iconic villain and a staple of the DC comic books. But while The Joker has made several memorable screen appearances thanks to Heath Ledger and Jack Nicholson, they’re not the only ones to bring the Clown Prince of Crime to our screens.</p><p>But do you know who else has put on the clown makeup?</p><p>Sure, there are plenty of big names, such as Cesar Romero – the classic ‘60s TV Joker. But there are quite a few you might not expect. Brent Spiner? Michael Emerson? Yep, they’ve both leant their voices to animated versions of The Joker.</p><p>And you won’t believe who else is on this list…</p>
Heath Ledger was allegedly so obsessed with perfecting his performance as the Joker in ‘The Dark Knight’ that he turned his entire New York apartment into a “shrine” dedicated to the villain. The New York Post have reported that the police that responded to his drug overdose in his Manhattan abode in 2008 found that it was covered in Batman comic-books, various pieces of clown memorabilia, and other bits of research surrounding previous incarnations of the character.
Bomb mishap - ‘The Dark Knight’ What should have happened: In a climactic scene of Chris Nolan’s ‘The Dark Knight’, The Joker (Heath Ledger) casually walks away from the hospital, detonating the bombs he’s planted causing a huge explosion. - Best New Star Wars 7 Toys Gun vs Sword – ‘Raiders of the Lost Ark’ What should have happened: Indiana Jones faces off with the swordsman in an elaborate fight scene which culminates with Indy using his whip to disarm his foe. What actually happened: Harrison Ford was suffering from dysentery on the day of shooting, and was too sick to perform his stunt. He suggested “shooting the sucker” to director Steven Spielberg to save time and move on, and an iconic movie moment was born.
Whether your favourite is Heath Ledger, Jack Nicholson, TV’s Cesar Romero or Jared Leto in ‘Suicide Squad’, the Joker continues to be a fascinating and terrifying supervillain, a dark and abusive psychopath bent on destroying Gotham City. - Was Batman Inspired By A Victorian Superhero?
"You can only hope in some small way to help his performance," says 'The Dark Knight' makeup artist John Caglione.
Whenever a new actor applies white make-up, dyes their hair green and dons a purple jacket to take on the iconic role of Batman’s nemesis The Joker, it’s a special occasion. Over the years the part has taken on an almost mythical quality, thanks to three especially-towering performances. As Jared Leto prepares to take his first bow as the Clown Prince of Crime in ‘Suicide Squad’, we’ve decided to take a look at him and the four other major big-screen Jokers to date.
Jared Leto has heaped praise on Heath Ledger’s performance as the Joker in ‘The Dark Knight’, a role that he will try to emulate with his portrayal of the super-villain in ‘Suicide Squad’. Ledger tragically passed at the age of just 28 before his stupendous work as the villain in ‘The Dark Knight’ was even released. Speaking to Rolling Stone, Leto waxed lyrical about Ledger’s efforts in Christopher Nolan’s 2008 comic-book adaptation, insisting, “Heath did an impeccable, perfect performance as the Joker.