Heath Ledger accomplishments in The Dark Knight may gain his rightful spot within the glory of the Golden Globe Awards, fans await with hopes in witnessing an unforgettable tribute to Heath Ledger, the actor, the producer, the father. Many across the globe learns about Heath Ledger’s Dark Knight Golden Globe nomination, as The Dark Knight other cast members, director, and producer hold no nominations upon the Golden Globe table.
It is without a doubt that all bets sway towards Heath, as he is nominated in the Golden Globe Awards for Best Supporting Actor within the movie The Dark Knight seems to reflect the most support for the Actor. For if there are limited space to use for a possible tribute which is anticipated amongst most movie fans. If being that the Golden Globe Awards ceremony passes upon a tribute, highly unlikely, perhaps you have been satisfied with the magical movies of Heath’s past work, such as that with A Knight’s Tale, and ongoing articles about the accomplishments in life of this loyal bohemian actor and the music interests of Heath Ledger.
Surrounding difficulties while producing The Dark Knight, Heath Ledger portrayed a saving grace of performance that transformed his character on levels unheard of. Heath Ledger was most thought of as a modest loyal mentally unbalanced king within his performance contributing the best rated version of The Joker, the unmeasured psychotic. Jack Nickelson once stated that he was “furious” about not being asked to play The Joker. Perhaps Jack thought he would automatically be sought out, but unknowingly to Jack, if he “builds it, they will come”. And building The Joker is exactly what Heath accomplished when portraying The Joker in The Dark Knight.
The Joker’s first words on screen are “What doesn’t kill you, makes you stranger”, as the world of uncertainty unfolds into an explosively entertaining film. As Heath gave the world many new sayings to bask upon with a visual illustration, such as the famous “Want to see a magic trick” scene. In this scene The Joker asks a fellow at a table of interests in an office building if they “want to see a magic trick” only to place a pencil upon a table while pushing the guy’s head down onto the pencil resulting in the last words of the insane trick “now it’s gone.” The pencil is driven into the man’s head killing him instantly. The big boys knew they were dealing with a derranged nut at that moment, but one with incredible skill labeling him the criminally insane psychotic. From that moment on, Heath took his character to massive heights of portrayal not forgetting the characters his cast members portrayed.
One thing that many did not know. Heath Ledger would make himself available to his fellow cast members should they want to work a scene out before-hand, a great friend off and on-screen. Heath Ledger deserves much, including the Golden Globe Award for Best “Supporting” Actor.
The Dark Knight was said to be darkened by odd questionable paths before release, but when did the strange unfoldings occur? It started with Conway Wycliff, a stunt artist that died suddenly when doing a Bat-mobile stunt. This was early into the filming stage. The production hit phases and pockets of incredible obstacles, even the city gave The Dark Knight the red-light on many occasions. However, The Dark Knight was a project that one day would meet it’s end. Heath Ledger continued his work on his music company, being a father to Matilda Rose (lived apart), keeping up with long distant frienships and relationships (such as with Mary-Kate Oslen), and completing Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus amongst so much more.
Upon January 22, 2008, New York (as the entire world) learned of the unexpected death of Heath Ledger. The investigation concluded that Heath’s death was of an accidental death. Soon after, Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus found three A-listers to continue Heath’s one character, a tribute of their own in the memory of their Australian born actor-friend. Heath leaves behind his family in Australia, his daughter Matilda Rose, and a following of other family, friends, and fans that are spread across this “Golden Globe”.
After Heath’s Death: The Dark Nights for Cast Members
The Dark Knight followed with a said-to-be curse, as in July of 2008 Christian Bale, the man who portrayed the Dark Knight himself, had a run in based on a battle between his mother and his girlfriend which led many to believe that Christian Bale abused his mother and sister in result. It went down when the mother insulted his girlfriend, but when Christian tried to calm the mother down, she became disturbed, and that is when mommy’s little girl (40 years old) stepped in voicing her oppinion. When Christian got loud and tried to defuse the situation things got out of hand. And then the world labeled him based on what the mother and sister told the media.
Lucius Fox played by Morgan Freeman in ‘The Dark Knight’, had an accident on August 4th which resulted in a car flipping twice as the jaws of life were used to release him from the vehicle. No drugs, no alcohol, just many wondering how his friend’s car crashed without any warning. Soon after, Morgan filed for divorce. Such a list of unfortunates for The Dark Knight cast, but in the mix, the world lost one of the most incredible actors that has graced film, cinema, and the music world.
Before the release of The Dark Knight, Heath Ledger was in the middle of creating Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, a Terry Gilliam motion picture. Terry Gilliam always seemed cursed in his past film projects, but Imaginarium seemed to be passing each snag. The dedication was endless, as Heath Ledger knew he had become sick somewhere before the taping of Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, as Heath Ledger was noted in saying to others. From sleepless nights, to a flu-like illness, no matter what, Heath Ledger let nothing stop his direction as a flexible actor, as Heath Ledger will be remembered the moment that they say the words, “For Best Supporting Actor”.