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Heath Ledger was truly an amazing actor, one who really took one some tough roles and faced a lot of speculating as to whether or not he was able to play certain parts in movies.  There were many who, when finding out Heath Ledger would be the next Joker, said that he did not have what it takes to play the role, and that the movie would bomb because of him.  Well, he proved them all wrong, with an Academy Award winning performance that blew so many people away.

Now, I have not heard this from a truly credible source, but from what I understand, the person who has made the pas two Batman movies has made the technology to re-create a character without the character even being present.  It is hard to explain in writing, but I am going to do my best.  The character that we see on screen when acting, can be manipulated and duplicated to do other things.  The people that work this technology can get the character to move and act certain ways, just like the real actor can!  On top of that, they can add voice sounds and track tapes to it, allowing for a character to be played by a computer, rather than a person!  The talk (from what I have heard), is that Heath Ledger will be making a cameo appearance in the next Batman movie.  This whole concept this is a bit over my head, but it definitely will be interesting to see what they do with the movie.  If Heath is in it, and there is a computer playing it, I would be very impressed and awed that the creators of the movie were able to do that.

Rumor Mill As To Who Will Be The Next Villain...
"With Joker sidelined out of respect, and Two Face sidelined by apparent extinction, most reports have The Riddler stepping forward as the next challenger from Batman's rogues' gallery. But the near-epic scope of The Dark Knight makes the thought of a single villain-driven plot seem like a possible letdown." - Under Wire Online
My Condolences Go Out To The Ledger Family & Friends
R.I.P. Heath Ledger, 1979 - 2008

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rock n roll view said... @ April 6, 2009 at 1:18 AM

Heath was an amazing actor. I guess they will use a similar technology that used in Lord of the Rings. RIP Heath.

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