12 Disturbing Facts About Heath Ledger as Joker
There are a couple of true to life exhibitions that are as celebrated as the late Heath Ledger's bravura depiction of Batman's notable miscreant in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight. The scene-taking part earned Ledger colossal acclaim and various honors, including an after death Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.While the film will always remember Ledger's widely praised execution, many don't understand exactly how profound the prominent performing artist dove to channel the disturbed super villain.
There are some cinematic performances of Heath Ledger’s portrayal of batman’s villein in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight. The scene-taking part earned Ledger a lot of praises and various honors, including an after death Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor. While the film will always remember Ledger’s widely praised execution, many don’t understand exactly how profound the prominent performing artist dove to channel the disturbed super villain.
1. Getting Into The Role
Just to get into the disturbed mindset of the Joker Heath Ledger took a method approach. He was determined not to echo his role of a joker like that of Jack Nicholson’s previous effort. To delve deep into the character he isolated himself in a motel room for 6 weeks and mastered himself for the role.
2. Some Videos Which Was Directed By Him
In the movie The Dark Night, there were clips which were shown on GCN(Gotham City News) by the Joker for promoting terror amongst society. These all videos were directed by Heath Ledger. The director was so surprised by the first video that he gave full control to Ledger for the second video.