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Plus: The Beatles!
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Guess which three actors will take over Ledger's role!
It's now been two weeks since the death of Heath Ledger and still no definitive word on what will become of Terry Gilliam's half-completed The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus.
Plus: Cloverfield way down at the box office!
Oft-reliable British tabloid The Sun reports today on an unsubstantiated rumor that Johnny Depp could replace Heath Ledger in The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus, Terry Gilliam's in-production fantasy film which Ledger's death threw into uncertainty this week.
Perhaps the urge to put things in 1-10 order should be resisted in the immediate aftermath of death.
Gilliam, though surely incredibly upset at the death of his friend and collaborator, must also be shaking his fist at Heaven and shouting, "What next?"
The role that truly defined Heath Ledger's career wasn't in Brokeback Mountain.
The actor is found in a Broome Street apartment.
Plus: You'll never guess who Nicole Holofcener cast in her next movie! Oh, all right, it's Catherine Keener.
Heath Ledger looks like he might exceed even our admittedly high expectations, and after just these two minutes we're quite ready to declare him the greatest-ever Batman movie villain.
Finally, Heath Ledger and Verne Troyer make a movie together!
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