Michelle Williams (Not to be confused with Beyonce Back-Up Singer No. 2 of Destiny’s Child fame….) springs onto the Feb. 2011 issue of Marie Claire Magazine with her most revealing remarks to date about the death of late love Heath Ledger.
Christopher Nolan is reportedly considering using previously unseen footage of Heath Ledger in the new Batman movie.
Ledger, who died of a prescription drug overdose in Jan. 2008, became only the second person in history to win a posthumous Oscar for his supporting role as Joker in The Dark Knight. Ledger’s portrayal has gone down in history as one of the most intense depictions of a character ever portrayed on the silver screen.
Hey, have you seen the trailer for The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus yet?
Terry Gilliam’s fantasy film features the last onscreen performance of the late Heath Ledger. Johnny Depp, Jude Law, and Colin Farrell signed on to play incarnations of Ledger’s character after the Oscar-winner’s death in January 2008. The actors even donated their salaries to Ledger’s young daughter, Matilda.
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus hits theaters Oct. 16.
Heath Ledger’s final film was presented at the Cannes Film Festival on Friday, The Associated Press reports.
In his final performance on the silver screen, Heath — who won a posthumous Oscar for his role as The Joker in 2008′s The Dark Knight — plays Tony, a man who discovers a supernatural theater group that has the ability to travel to fantasy worlds, in The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus.
Directed Terry Gilliam completed the film with some pro bono help from Jude Law, Johnny Depp, and Colin Farrell, who took over Heath’s role as the character travels to make-believe realities.
The movie ends with a special dedication: “A film from Heath Ledger and friends.”