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"heath ledger" Discussed on Cinemavino
"'cause she looked very familiar. I'm not sure we'd have to Google that. She's been another stuff. And I just can't think about top of my head. Ned Beatty was nominated for best supporting actor for his role as the corporate boss. Basically for that also for one scene. Is that monologue? Just that modeling was amazing. Yeah. So yeah, Peter Finch was the first posthumous Oscar winner and the only one until Heath Ledger for The Dark Knight. He was the next and second one. So yeah, we're gonna discuss the plot a little bit. Fair warning for you guys. I'll see you all talking about the wine really quickly. This is the roto Cabernet that's a Chilean Cabernet. We're doing both cabs. Just to keep a thing together, the first one for the previous Obi-Wan, many so that we talked about, we did freak show Cabernet, freak show kind of fit the theme of this movie because it is a carnival of craziness. You know, it's just wacky. I mean, this is a much more, I think it's almost like an earthier you guys just had like a synchronized drink though. I know. I didn't get the cue. Sorry. This is a much more smoother than freak show, I would say. It's different, for sure. It's fuller. I would almost have kind of a leathery texture to it, I think. What the fuck? I think it's got some leather to it. Hold on, yeah. Try that again. Let's do another synchronized hold on, shit. Okay. Kind of an earthy leathery like it's weird, almost like very dry. So I don't understand the design tasting. You said leathery and pucker. I thought you were weird. And then I took a sip, and then I was like, sure enough. Leathery works perfectly. Let's drink a belt. Yeah. I just need that's what I need when I'm eating food or drinking something. I need somebody to tell me about it as I need Guy Fieri. To tell me like, oh, this is a balsamic vinegar and a glaze. Yeah, that would make me enjoy my food more. You need a guide through flavortown. Exactly. Yeah. You need a flavor. I need a tour. I need a flavor tour. Yeah. And this was like a $10 cab from Chile. So I would recommend it. It's called roto..
"heath ledger" Discussed on Cinemavino
"So presumably if we get another one, it'll be the cops have been cleaned up a bit. A little bit less dirty. Yeah. It'll head the way that no one's did where it's like I mentioned it's all cleaned up. It's too clean. And then somebody comes in to take advantage of how clean it is. Bane or you know, it was like victory is defeated you. Anyway, I enjoyed it. There were things about it. I did not enjoy. But what did you not enjoy? I mean, what were the demerits? I mean, like we were talking about earlier. It's three hours. It's a 175 minutes. And there are for a movie to be that long. It is very humorous. It is very dark. It is very dour for that long. It's definitely not a lot of humor in this movie. No. So it is exhausting in that way. It's like we're talking about 7, where it's like for a movie to be that dart for that long. It's a lot to take in. Especially for superhero movies, especially for a movie that not only that, but has a lot of Batman movies before that to compare it to. Where you can remember not only scenes that were iconic, but funny. Movies, even Heath Ledger had some humorous moments in his movies. Oh, Heath Ledger had a great comedic timing. I think that was, he played such a good Joker because of the comedic timing. He was a little Clowney. Yeah. Like when he's jamming the detonator and it keeps not going off and then it blows up behind him. Yeah. Which I think was unscripted. It was an improv. Yeah, I think that was improv. Yeah. So it's like, I think about that. And those movies, it's like, when you have to compare it to movies, because those of you who are dark, but they still, you think about the funnier moments when you think about them. You think about the comedic timing of those actors had. And some of that was missing here. Not a lot of comedy. But you do get fully hatched characters. Yes. The three hours gives you enough time to see catwoman's story arc. And you get C resolution on the story arc. I agree. It doesn't get left. It's not a half story. No. We get to see all of her and we get to see her from beginning to end. I think that's something to really be happy with. Yeah. Because I think a lesser movie would leave that as just like a half baked story. And bring it up later for a different movie. Yeah, just like leave it unresolved. Yeah. So it reminds me of the YouTube channel, the honest trailers when they break down and infinity war, where they were like talking about. This is a lot of movie. It's like there is so much movie in this movie. The Batman is that way. It's like, I feel like there was a lot of movie crayon at the end of this movie..
Matthew McConaughey's Wild Hair Story
"One area that receded a long time ago was Matthew McConaughey's hairline. And if you look now, it's completely back. It's all back. I'm talking about a straight hairline in the front, like that could have been drawn better with a marker. He looks fantastic. His main is his manly as it ever was when he came up the ranks. It was one of the reasons why I thought this guy can't be a romantic comedy guy. His hair is he had like the Heath Ledger. Heath Ledger had a hair had a hair set that you knew eventually was gonna go. And he thought if you shave it and he was in like his late 20s when it started to go on him. And you thought, well, if there's anything that will hold him back, not to say hair is that important. You go, okay, he flex is gonna have a hair issue. I have a hair issue. Fuck everybody knows that. I shave mine off a couple of years ago because I got tired of looking down so thin on top. And in every man, every man grows a bolt on every man. Let's say let's say he's 75% of men in their 50s grow a bowl spot in the back of their head. It's natural. But since very few of us see pictures of us from behind, when you finally do eagle wait, wait, that's what my hand looks like from behind? Holy shit, I gotta shave this off. And that's what I did. I'm a Connie. He's hairstyle getting back to him. It just got better and better, and it's thicker than usual.
"heath ledger" Discussed on Asian, Not Asian
"When I first met you, you had a real moulin's boyfriend vibe going. There. I'm surprised you didn't get that rule. I don't know if you went out for it, but that's for you. Was I doing that half up half damn thing? You would have the half up half down thing. You had to skip a whatever. You got the hair. But it looks like your hair's I mean, it's been shorter now, but we wanted to talk to you about your hair because we did a hair episode and you were like, we're excited about it. Yeah, that's us about it. Yeah, man. Yeah. Episode? I haven't yet. I haven't yet. Okay. So we kind of talked about, and you look like you have nice straight hair, but we've basically talked about a lot of Asian people and women. They have these traumatic experiences getting their haircut as a kid, because the person cutting them doesn't know how to deal with Asian hair. And that was sort of like the main theme of the episode. But yeah, I'm wondering what your haircut because now you know what you're doing clearly, but I wonder if you especially if you grew up in a community that with Asian barbers did you have any moments like that where you're like, oh my hair's so different from others. Yeah, you know growing up I never saw it as a bad thing again like I had the least bad form of racism that could possibly be like you know I remember one kid like he was like messing with my head 'cause I had dead strike dead straight hair and you know it was kind of that not only a bowl cut it was like it was okay and he was like messing with it and it was like, no matter what I do, it doesn't get tangled at all. I don't understand. What's up with no matter what I can do this for like 5 minutes and it doesn't get tangled and so straight, it's really nice. I love it. I wish I had it. And I was like, it was like the nicest bullying ever, yeah. Okay, well maybe feel really good about myself. Recently, I think on set is like a different thing, right? Because this is where we get into some weird pausing of cultures and like what it takes to make it out in our business because end of the day, like as much progress as we're making we're still working with the system, right? If we're talking about our appeal to audiences or there is something to like, yeah, you have to look presentable and you have to have to kind of maybe find you attractive in certain roles. The direction I've gone with my acting and where I am, that's something I've had to tackle with, right? And a lot of the times when we're talking about audiences like big general audiences, looking at you through that lens, you're talking about them looking at you through what makes a western person attractive. Right? So my hair when you don't do it up is like Eileen's hair, or it's like an Asian supermodel catwalk, like kind of dead straight silky curtains like and that's I don't think generally what like western women or like western men of like a non heritor normative reception like find attractive. So in the early stages I had to be like, hey, we want to texture it up and make it look like giving beach ways, give me those circuits because Heath Ledger like knight's tail gun like things going on. And no one knew how to do that. They could do it easy for white hair. That's us. It didn't happen so easily. It was always like, ah, but your hair's already really nice like we don't need to do anything to it so let me just put a tiny bit of product in it and then by the end of the day it would just cut. And I remember like a few comments like even back when I was doing shannara because I was an idiot and I read comments and reviews. One guy being like, his hair is so silky and shiny. It doesn't look like it's been on a battlefield at all.
"heath ledger" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast
"Name. Three gills names also offset could named three girls names ending. What this is the same question from las already. Start again off. Forget two fold thing. Have you done your homework again. Yes i've got going name. Three types of bird magpie -sego and an eagle bed shorter matt braga braga. Yeah he gone name. Three movies starring heath ledger. Ten things are heidelberg you over and the dog not cutting this. I didn't know that. I didn't panic them. I haven't seen a good. it's a movie. it's definitely obliged him name three things you make with bread toast bread pudding and the sandwich pretty good a panic but i would have more and more on would have melted vomited. If if you get one for this you're fucking dumb. I'm three boys names. Starting with 'em mark..
Did Brittany Murphy's Relationship With Simon Monjack Kill Her?
"If you remember correctly, she dies in December 20th, 2009, she's 32 years old. The autopsy lists her death as an accident caused by pneumonia, anemia, and a bunch of drug intoxications. And I remember when I went to the hospital 5 years ago with a bad cough, I woke up and I said to my wife, I feel like Mike Tyson is punching my kidneys and my chest at the same time. I gotta go to the ER. I never thought of ammonia. I get there, they come back from the x-rays and shit and they go, you've got super pneumonia in your left lung. Your kidneys are failing. And I thought, oh, wow, I'm just like Heath Ledger. And they come back and go, wait, you're also anemic. And I thought, great, now I'm Brittany Murphy. Either way, I'm gonna die. They both died, so I guess this is it for me. This is curtains. I pulled through. But Brittany dies, 5 months later, Simon monjack dies at 40 years old in the same room as Murphy did. And with all of the exact same cause of death, acute pneumonia and severe anemia. Now Brittany was on a period, okay? Simon wasn't. So what's with the anemia thing? They don't really get into that. But it's a big stunning coincidence, and it's been hanging over their deaths. This big mystery has been hanging over their debts for a long time, and a lot of people say that maybe they were murdered. And the film kind of considers these theories, but also it uses a lot of its time to examine the toxic and ultimately lethal ramifications of Murphy, meaning Simon monjack, because that's when she really began to die. I hate to say it like that, but that's
"heath ledger" Discussed on Optimism Vaccine
"In the film there is a scene where the actresses in her regular house just hanging out and the only two sources of light in the shot or a telephone which is green and illuminated for reason and avows flowers and the flowers are all lights for no particular reason. There's no comment on that. I think they're supposed to be real flowers but they are a light source. That's what this movie is. It's just lights everywhere. It's just an insane film. The black cat. It's just giant just lights and green lot of green slime. Yeah so there's this director producer and they decide they're going to make a film. I think also like nineteen thirty black cat. it's going to be loosely. Suggested on short story and they even like quoted in the film. That's roy and then it turns into this picture about an actress who's going to portray a demon named lavonna and there's the scene early on where she looks in the mirror and says i'm going to be the greatest levana ever and then the real levana comes out of the mirror says no you're not and it starts vomiting green goo on her and then we get these weird like dream logic neon-lit sequences that are very stunning and confounding. In the best way possible. And the movies carries on like that for the next seventy minutes and then it ends. Its heath ledger joker and the mythos as a film it's like she descends into madness. Way levana also. This movie is exactly as accurate as all of the stories about heath ledger. Going dark with the jokers at the end up killing himself which is complete nonsense. Frankly even more unbelievable than a good chunk of this movie now. People don't understand that he's ledger. Died because he popped to valium. And then the goes to cesar romero came out of a mirror and just fucking strangled them. So i really liked that one of the i think it's the producer has like is like in his his home office at the computer. This like nineteen eighty eight computer and next to his desk. Is this huge dinosaur. Like.
"heath ledger" Discussed on Unfazed and Unbothered
"I think it's your mindset and what advice would i give to my younger self fuck bitches and get money and who has a scholar underscore ledger. Are you related to heath ledger. He was you know he was. He was doing the damn thing. I caesar emails. I can answer. I think that wraps up. Today's episode friend be thing i think so. A lot of these are redundant way. Way.
"heath ledger" Discussed on Keep It!
"But great job. The movie by being just as hottest heath ledger which is says a lot naked. Most of the movie to he opens up the movie mak- he was also of course great. And what was your dad's favorite movie for probably eight years afterwards master and commander Which has no legacy. Otherwise it's like in the bridge of spies category of movies which is like that gets dad of his easy chair at end of the theater. Is that the boat right. Yes right boat film movies. No everything overboard intention. And i don't know what my dad's favorite movie is. No my father. That's right. Yes i understood where this was going. Yeah original recipe. I'm sure that's a good day of movie. Footloose we need more movies like that. Anyway underrated tyler performance. I know we've discussed that. And the remo are we talking about the remake. I forgot about there was a remake. The first one is a very good movie and the remake is actually a very good movie too because this is a pro miles teller podcast. Is it pro. Anybody you think is attractive mostly. But it's not a pro college owes podcast defined that man attract. I somehow forgot that are eternal sunshine afterwards. If i could freaky friday with johann said for day good lord cut the mikes i would probably have her make better movie choices. Not even get to. The college owes part of fantasy to be honest. Anyway.
"heath ledger" Discussed on Keep It!
"Album. You popped up in that. First season opposed playing that role. I was like baby. It's time for you to go here. This question in the story line. And it's been a while since i've seen that. He's the one that india maury standing right. Yeah we're we're here. Kate mara would just hanging out in the first season right wholesale shift. Between how i know james vanderbeek either i was like why would they madman asks world in eighties black interesting going on mashing together here that we built them and also it was like he was there so that they could didn't live in like trump tower or something it was important for them to name drop trump at the time. Anyway we're out of that area. Luckily replace white people with ghosts on the second season. So i don't know and then and then just had paddle apology aids patients because give you is during the script and usually a witch out of a window on these shows. Yeah i was a little pressed about one of his in getting what it deserves. Okay guys to kathryn really deserve an emmy for that you love and obviously she's wonderful long. It was not agatha at any point. She did not do anything wrong. She slightly influenced a storyline. But the the person that ruined the town's life is the guy which he truly hate that part of the story line like it is not a twist that is not true at all. It's a linear story to get the fuck out here. I was actually rooting for paul. Bet day i thought he was great. Putney beautiful man. Yeah beautiful man and you know i once wrote something rude about him. Defending johnny depp. And i think that he. And i have come to a good place now yeah. I'm sorry. I've i've had a crush on him. Since fletcher weird film where he was a night knight's tale about solomon. I've actually never seen it. I loved it. Came out and feeders. Knight's tale was like my identity when it hit net flicks during the pandemic. I watched that movie again. And i turned it off thirty minutes into it. And it's like a really bad attempt of like version of medieval story but they still have sort of like the loose hair in modern music. Like you say rock you abides. It's is doing a lot. And i don't think that we would have allowed it to exist. If we know that we would have lost heath ledger a few years later. That's right do you think it led directly to that. Okay sort of disrespectful. Yeah but bending was actually doing. He's on movie. The police asked a knight's tale..
"heath ledger" Discussed on Bald Movies
"Yeah and he doesn't say anything he doesn't respond to because that's not who he loves so it. I think the movie does a really good job of telling you like with just the story the these guy that this is a a love affair that these two guys have as opposed to just like a lot of other movies that would just be like They're gay so they'll go for anybody right of the same sex like i thought the ebert did a really good job. A call out in reviews as you know. People are kinda gay cowboy film which is like a cruel joke. Good like a trivia this movie. Yeah that's that's a one hundred percent. And i think that's like i. I do wonder though like sometimes like how movies like this do shape the public perception. Because it's very hard to watch this movie and think that the i mean the the viewpoint anything else than the only crime that's committed here is the fact that these men were made to hide the truth about themselves to themselves to each other society and all the pain to themselves and the loved ones at that caused that deception the murders the murders or crimes. But right well. I mean that's i guess that's the thing is like weather like i 'cause i that's something to talk about like the final scene with heath ledger and finding a beta of his lovers like did that really happened was the same transposing. Yeah you know. Good questions yeah we can. We can get to but I'm thinking like how much do you got to. I mean but it's also the people probably need to see a movie like this. Don't don't seek it out but like how do you. How do you go through this journey and think about like that the again. There's nothing wrong. With what these guys did..
"heath ledger" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra
"Yeah he doesn't know what is cloudy before they go. What is the name of your website or people can go and look at your say. Where can they go see it. I don't have a website. I don't have a website right now. In i have eight diagram. And just use my east rancho people. Anybody wanna make some more than just go on instagram ads and just released order so stupid that as i e earth. Also your your personal. Instagram is claudio claudio. Hannibal you have see. That's person yet. That's my one and the other one is earth. the earth. Say you're yes a eight forty you really nice getting to know humane when you get a fight books come out that come back on but promote it definitely man. It's a pleasure. Mike we have to ask you because before. Obviously you're you're in a really incredible heath ledger performance for the for the dark knight. Did you guys interacted all off camera. Or was he the type of guy would only talk to you during manager was so frigging call. It doesn't make sense like i was. I was almost on asshole mode. Because i'm leaving people. Is he gonna leave him alone right. He's the leading movie. So you know. I'm like to myself and he's like. Hey man how you doing. And it's like okay cool but you know he was so down to earth man like i was a. I'm kind of a. I was kind of a closet closet..
"heath ledger" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show
"Okay next up is the dark knight two thousand eight. Nope you know what's I loved the christopher nolan batman movies when they released in theaters and i after i got my new tv and upgraded my home cinema. I bought a four k. Box sets and i. I don't know what happened but i. I watched all three of them. And wasn't that impressed. It's kind of because actually i. I like three movies. I'd like the dark knight the best. Obviously i think batman returns is kind of underrated. I think It's it's it's a decent just really good film. It's a decent film dot rises. Not so much. It is the lesser of the three. I believe there's really awesome performances. And all i don't know i don't know that i would have this would would've made the cut for me in two thousand eight. I'd have to see the full list but a is probably was most likely the right call. What do you think. scott. I think that Heath ledger deserved his immersion in his performance. As the joker chair. I i think he deserved that award. I think that his academy award was well-deserved In terms of the movie itself because it is so compared and contrasted with heat and heat didn't win best picture if he didn't get best picture then the dark knight may very respectfully sit back down. But let's say okay so and we're not talking about winning. We're just talking about nominations. Do you think that this movie didn't get nominated because it was a genre movie. And i guess that we should have been asking that the whole time but i think some of these because they're comic book movies especially back then there. There's got. There's still a stigma now about these movies In some quarters that it just because it was a comic book film or a genre film It didn't even make it didn't get a nomination. Strictly because of that fact that is that is a possibility. However i'd have to look at and i don't have that knowledge off the top. We can leave. I think time cinematography was nominated like there were sound sound design score by hans him her like. I don't know what it what it's collection was at the at the Award season that year. But i think that it sort of garnered all of the praise that it deserved at the time and best picture doesn't necessarily like in two thousand eight. Would you be like yay batman. Won best picture. Do think anyone. I don't even. I think you almost undercuts the award. I don't know. I don't know. I being snobby but i have such affection for batman. I don't know i th. I think this one's suffered from being a comic book movie. And i agree i think it was. I think it was left out purpose. Purposefully but again. I'd need the entire slate in front of me to to really to have a definitive answer. And maybe we'll revisit that it's adds a great topic. We revisit that later on on another me It is be how it goes those movies. They always get like techno technical nods sure and then every once in a while you'll get a standout performance and you'll get a you'll get a best actor but.
"heath ledger" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast
"Welcome back in the last segment. I discussed the faux-pas if you will or blunders or oversights or what the heck just happened. Moments that occurred during the oscar ceremony including the best actor best pictures which eru game producers thought would be cute the pull and might i add the for heath ledger. The same was not done. He won the oscar for the dark knight in two thousand nine posthumously of course at the traditional time his category is announced it was accepted on his behalf by his mother and his father which is equally as powerful and heartbreaking as spouse and the ceremony continued on as usual. So here's my question. Is it the nature of how chadwick bozeman passed away. They wanted to draw more attention to how sad it was in a probable attempt at honoring his great work where they also using him as a stunt. I'd hate to think it was to bring in ratings the network and producers knew they needed because last year the numbers weren't so hot either and that was pre cove it i think they wanted to honor bozeman in a grand way but grand also means getting a lot of attention and attention. Leads to curiosity. Curiosity leads people to sit on the couch. To watch the program and watching the program brings more viewership something. The oscars desperately needed. Did they really claim to the public..
"heath ledger" Discussed on The Ringer-Verse
"You're and give fucked midnight boys who easily one important. Tell me about it. Let you fund. You know the next you know super villain right and charles piss off people on twitter saying know what it you gotta go with. Charles village easily won. I related round one dc characters round to marvel characters round three star wars round. Four wildcard indie. So you know marvel no dc. Nobody that we know from specific Pacific properties round five. It's monsters and around. Six is anti heroes. So you're for your picks gotta come from those Those categories but you can go buck wild with you. Want a big and these are characters that have appeared on screen for show. So i get to choose if i want to go. First or second your first baronet. For i go i all right round one dc. Y'all know i gotta take them off the board real quick. I gotta take him off the board. I would argue the greatest villain in this whole draft. We're going with my man. The shocker. Okay i mean yeah. That's literally what heath ledger did with that character. Jack nicholson all right. What what more is that. A talk about my man. Luke skywalker from batman the animated series. Come on bro. what more can i say about. The jokers are very amazing villain. He is he is for sure. Would you say is the best comic book villain of all time. I think i have him up there. Because i think spur story wise. He has the best stories between the killing joke. And what scott. Snyder has done with them. It's just amazing. I think that he's the purest which makes them the best she is. The pure as the joker isn't thin. That's awesome about the jokers that he's not pure evil he's pure chaos yes like even ordered yes makes it. Yeah he will. Evil can be reformed chaos. Chaos just exists in the joker just wants to see burn like this base very very scary. It's amazing i pick. I also will say the reason. I picked to as i i would argue the most malleable villain where it's like you can have whatever take like heath ledger. Jack nicholson mark hamill. None of those are the same but they all worked like it would be even hard to judge them because the character because he chaos cast can mean so many.
"heath ledger" Discussed on Paranormal Analytical
"I did see one being brought in and it was used so you bring up a really really really good point And i have a really good question on that. You're talking about production and film crews things like that you sent me something the other day about conjuring okay in about the show crews conjuring and all that stuff so when you're a production so i do production to we all do this thing right but i haven't done it on scale you have but if you're in a production and you're doing a movie like the conjuring and you're doing a movie like the exorcist in you're you're in there and you say odds things in your standing in the center of pentagram shit like that. Do you think that during the filming of these movies that you're opening up things even though you're acting in you're doing this for the bottom line in the budget and you're doing this for the For the box right. Do you think that movie film. Productions can open up certain things i will answer accidentally opened things up during production will answer you that it depends on the belief system of the actors involved in the intent and the belief of those actors. It's just like voodoo more. You believe in it. The more it works. I'm in new territory. Radio brother of actors on a said that are bunch of catholics and they have the belief of good versus evil. Satans real you know. Don't look around with this. And that and they go in there acting and they do their thing can the accidentally open something of absolutely with them absolutely and that same scenario that you're talking about also happen when they were filming the exorcist. Yeah i now right yeah. So there's a lot of bad shit that happened during that as well. So i mean you have to remember. It's the cycle psyche of the person. You know what that person's belief system is along with like you said you know there Intent when all this is going on and you gotta remember actors when they're acting us a lot of intent to get across their their and their their personality and the emotion. That's traveling through them at that time. So so they get into character so because of that. You know if you have an actor that's really into character and he's pushing it and pushing it and pushing it. Think of the amount of energy they're expanding they're going on a whole new wavelength. So they're they're getting into character and they're getting into who they are as an actor in acting the part out as a demonic person or somebody possess or something like that and then all of a sudden like think about Heath ledger right..
"heath ledger" Discussed on Other People's Shoes
"There's some stuff with my mom. And i had to deal with you know there some stuff that i had to deal with that i had done to other people that were just collateral damage from all the stuff that i was dealing with bringing the school every day but the thing is no matter how scary. That stuff was what i discovered. When i was willing to turn around and look at in the i in walked out the freedom that i experienced on the other side of that was far greater than i ever could have imagined in now. I can't get enough of it. And i can't get enough of seen other man make that discovery for themselves. That's great and why. Why robin williams. I mean of all people. I mean there have been a number of people who celebrity male figures that have committed suicide. I mean he's ledger. jumps to my mind there've been. I can't think of any off hand right now. Other than heath ledger and i think only because i just watched the batman from him so he's like top of mind but but you know i don't know robin williams by the way august two thousand and fourteen so just to help you on that. So yeah but why those guys. I wish i could give you the answer. I don't know why. Just one that when i heard that i don't know why but i just i just got this long in my throat. In i did everything. I could not not to cry like dry joke back down to deal work but i don't. I don't know why that just just hearing that like i don't i mean i watched robin williams movies but i'm not like oh he's.
"heath ledger" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers
"I main problem with this is that it's like they save these amazing villains. I feel like some of them through like these major movies and this village has had zero personality. That we're following taskmaster. Now i guess you can say oh drakovac the main villain okay. Fair enough all right but i honestly think it does kind of like with like some of the. I'm with you jake villains as long as like it enhances things that that are happening within the movie if they make changes that enhance the character and enhance the story. I feel like yes. Make those changes. I wanna see those changes made. That's cool definitely go with it. I don't like they had the make and tony. Drake off the taskmaster. I feel like the entire movie. They could have had a different person playing. You know taskmaster. Maybe we could get. We have got the proper. Tony masters being taskmaster this entire movie and had a fucking villain that had a personality that had a personality that was like interacting with black widow and fucking with her. It's like there's something to be said about a villain that's got a personality. That's interacting with the main characters. It just kind of elevates the story like that's where you get heath ledger joker that's where you do get a fan of that that's actually interacting with our characters and like fucking like you just have to see how they react to these characters and like them talking back and forth during battles but this whole movie is dependent upon this one scene at the end of the movie. She's unmasked with the task. Masters taskmaster is unmasked. And we see that it's antonia drake off the daughter. Drake offs daughter which was teased. All the way back in avengers when loki is like in custody and black and he says you know he's got all you've got all this red in your ledger and he mentioned trade-offs daughter like this was teased back in two thousand twelve..
"heath ledger" Discussed on On Shuffle
"Of movie. Tenant is fine yet not as a cause celeb- which is like what it was at by. But i always struggle with that with nolan suffering. Because what are the no like mementos middle school prestige best movie Battle begins great dark knight great but great more so because of performances than like. I don't need to see that chasing through chicago again. I don't need to see the last thirty minutes of the dark knight again is is better than it is do like i do like the the chasing through downtown chicago for the sole factor like the soul part where heath ledger like crawls out of the wreckage of the truck at rolls over and shoots the growl. They gave forty seven. You're right he's like move. It is really a very specifically new like it's the bits of the physical acting that will. Yeah you're right it's like the way. He stumbles moment. You're like this guy is credibly drunk and out right. Any other tenure. Yeah like inception. Cool mike paprika. Better but cool. You know what i mean. It's like i think over time. I've just had my expectations for his movies sort of. I don't know. I've never really felt like i flowed into that sense of nolan movies as like costs a lab they mostly. You're just like cool to me But i think again to since we're talking about both loki and tenant in the context of time travel i. Yeah the thing. I appreciated about the movie. Right is that i think kind of to work with time travel effectively in fiction to me like time travel or time management stuff it needs to be a complication rate. There needs to. There's something about the fact that time is real and it's not man it time is something that you can't grab you can't touch it. It's a thing that all all of humanity and even the even the god of mischief right we're also at the whim of the passage of time and it's barely real but it's also the realist thing in the world and we all die right like if you're if you're gonna make plots based on the idea of time mischief. They need to be something that humid. They can't just be like a toy that your characters get for christmas unit. I mean i think that's kind of a low-key does loki treats the tv. A powers like toys. You got for christmas..
Best Moments of the Golden Globes 2021
"Think of the globes as an entertainment event that are really big. Audience still watches in part because a lot of people see it as the kickoff for oscar season. Let me just say if you're queasy about these awards being granted any weight at all you will get. I think no argument from us. That is certainly not our position so to the degree that they mean much. There certainly were some good property. Some good movies and television that were honored Start with nomad land. Which one sort of the top top movie prize. Best motion picture drama and also best director for chloe jau. We just covered this Recently on pop culture happy hour so we don't necessarily need to rehash that whole thing but we were big fans. I loved seeing khloe jowl win. Yeah yeah The top prize for a motion picture. Musical or comedy went to borat subsequent film a movie that i like to say not for linda's but i know people who who love it really love it also winning for that was sasha baron cohen who won best actor for a musical or comedy. The best actor in a drama this one delivered one of the best moments of the night for sure that award went to chadwick boseman for my rainey's black bottom boy that was that was quite a moment accepting the award on his behalf was his wife. Taylor simone lead word and look the globes are trashy and meaningless and then something real happens out of nowhere and that was a really effective speech and a really effective moment in an evening. That felt shambolic in chaotic. Otherwise something beautiful something inspiring something that would amplify that little voice inside of all of us that tells you can tell you to keep going calls you back to what you were meant to be doing. At this moment in history he would think it kind of felt similar to the moment of that whole series of heath. Ledger getting his posthumous awards for his role in dark knight and it felt really earned and it didn't phillips just because he had passed away like this was the role of a lifetime for him and i'm really glad to see him being honored in that way. Yeah it was a very very moving speech. If you didn't see it. I encourage you to seek it out. It's all over the place that award. I think was wonderful to see not too surprising. One that i think was surprising was Andrew day for the united states versus billie holiday aisha. You saw this to the surprising not too much. I think that there was a lot of buzz for her. And i think that it was more likely she was going to win award for this. Then she might be to win for an oscar if she were to get an oscar nomination but she does a really great job of sounding like billie holiday without sounding too much like her like. It's feeling like mimicry. And she is by far the best thing about the movie and we'll actually be covering it in our tomorrow so everyone can check it out fantastic. I'm extremely excited. I haven't seen it yet. In addition to that the first award of the night actually in of of presentation was daniel. Columbia for judas. The black messiah. They had a little glitch with his audio. You know they were figuring it out. We've all had that glenn said the motto of the pandemic was going to remind your muted. It was a little bit of a mom. You're muted kinda moment. But i was not surprised that he that he won that he's wonderful in that movie. I think you didn't pay on. Is this on. Is this on a cool cool. He really is. And it's a solid win. I mean like he started speaking and you heard millions of voices crying out. You're on mute. Dan mute and i think that moment should make the montage in years to come if there is still a golden globe sincere to come because who knows but like that will be the most emblematic acceptance speech of two thousand twenty one easily that will crystallize this moment in time.
Everything we know about The Rock's antihero movie 'Black Adam'
"Okay, So the rock, right? I'm already interested. No, right. This is I mean, this is dark too. I think and quote unquote heavy. So are you familiar with black Adam? I am not so black. Adam is a fictional character who appears in the DC comics. And I guess he first appeared as a one time villain. For the first issue of the Marvel family comic book in like 1945, but Black Adam was revived. Ah has a recurring character. After D C comics first licensed and then acquired faucet characters, blah, blah, blah. Then it just goes, they begin publishing what was the captain? Marvel family stories? And she exam so it goes back to all of that, and he was a corrupted ancient Egyptian predecessor of Captain Marvel. Okay? So black, Adam fought his way to modern times to challenge the hero and his Marvel Family associates. But now he's been redefined by DC comics writers. And so he is going to be black Adam, who is ranked as whose I G n Idea. It's like a movie website. OK, 16th greatest comic book villains of all time. So so he's going to be a villian. Interesting. Well, you know what in wrestling fans will remember this aboutthe rock? He plays a great A great villain because he was hell for many years, meaning like a bad guy, okay? And and he was fantastic as a hell still likeable, Which makes him sort of like an anti hero, but but really, really good. So So if you're having trouble thinking, we'll wait. The rock is always so winsome and always the good guy. He could play the bad guy in a way that there will be some people rooting for the bad guy sort of not Not in the same way in terms of what the performance will be like. But you know, Heath Ledger's turn. Is the Joker in the Dark knight. You're You're like you want another joker senior, like, Bring back the Joker. I want to see Joker get ultimately you're hoping for good to win out. But I wonder if the rock as a quote unquote villain will have
Senna: The Early Years
"Dan Pass Gas. We're talking about the early years of Ayrton Senna. You know him as the legendary driver famous for winning multiple Formula One championships in nineteen, eighty, eight, nineteen, Ninety and nineteen ninety one he won an incredible forty one gram freeze on seventeen different tracks over the course of nine seasons. You probably also know how the story ends. At the age of thirty four while racing at the nineteen ninety four, San Marino, Grand Prix Senna crash on lap, set on leaving the track and a speed over a hundred eighty miles per hour, slammed into a concrete wall, killing him on impact. The. Final Jenny home two with L.. Tragic death cut a storied career short and much like Kurt Cobain, Heath Ledger or to park. It froze centers, accomplishments, and magnetic personality in amber. Deprived of the slow decline to any great talent at the top of their profession will eventually fall. Victim to these names are instead forever frozen their lawyers, and so they remained. Forever Young. Senator is now a legend. But where do legends begin with an origin story of course? So what senators version of being bitten by a radioactive spider, finding a weird lamp, genie or floating down the Nile in a basket made of Reeds? Well like Spiderman Aladdin or Moses Senna his monogamous, but before Senate was sent off, his last name wasn't even Senna at all. His parents worry that he was uncoordinated and even had him test report. He was born into wealth, but although wealth can definitely give you access to the world of bracing, it can't make fast and Santa wasn't just fast. He was the fastest. So what was the moment Senna truly became Senate to answer that we need to start on March twenty first nineteen sixty the day. When in Sao Paulo Brazil. Ericsson senator silver was born. Welcome to pass gas. That was a long intro. Great Man I'm. I got a little choked up there for a second. I mean this guy is so important and just such. Like I, don't know he's just a legend, and he's just like so important to so many people, and I'm really excited that we're going to die, have really deep into his life, but I mean just. A man just. I got a little teary eyed. When you're talking about the forever, young stuff is yeah I sure. Senna is a like I said an intro. He's a legend. Almost like a mythic figure at this point. Just such a hallowed name so revered in in in motor sports and the car world in general. Just like Oh yeah, you hear senators like he was I mean he was the greatest, but like it's just like an instant assumption of just like. Perfection basically right. Yeah, he's like Michael Jordan. Yeah, no thought given to, and we're going to see why that is because. There's a lot of good reason for that I. Think the moment where it hit where I was like Oh, damn was when? You when I I didn't realize he was thirty four when he died and I'm just about to turn thirty four, and so I'm like. I gotTA. Do. Joe You're the air and of automotive podcasting damage. Out Year Man. Is talking about how I am scared about dying. But what I've noticed is a lot of a lot of pieces that talk about center. Don't really dive into his early life. which is what we're going to do today? And I'm really excited about that. Hopefully will give people some insight into where this dude came from, and I, think yeah without further ado. Let's get into the life. The early life of one Ayrton Senna. Are you guys ready? I'm ready. Ready sale ever be. Ready, legit. You WanNa give. Fired up I think my new my new thing is. Fire Dub! Different words fired up. I could see that on a shirt for sure, but D. U. P. Oh, yeah, fire! Up I get a man. It's great. It's solid. C. memes are better when you explained. A Ayrton Senna Da. Silva was born in nineteen sixty in Sao. Paulo Brazil at the pro Ma tre. I'm going to by the butcher every Brazilian. Names Zillion were. Portuguese Brazilian. I'm going to butcher at all today. Just letting you know. Pro Monterey! Maternity Hospital of Santana a hospital I assumed was named after the legendary guitarist areas. Warn! Ayrton's father Milton Dasilva was a landowner and factory owner, and among other businesses Milton owned an auto parts company, and his knowledge and connections within the industry would become a key entry point for Airton into the world of racing
'Joker' Is Getting Serious Award Show Buzz
"This being the Oscar show we are of course talking about movies that may or may not contend for Oscar's just before we get began recording we were we're discussing the Venice Film Festival's winner of the Golden Lion and that movie of course Amanda is called Joker now jokers for those of you who've been sleeping under under a rock todd Phillips's. I guess you just described it aptly as a remake of taxi driver but with the joker we think that's what that movie is going to be. Neither you nor I have seen correct and until we see it. I think is going to be difficult for us to weigh in specifically on whether it's a problematic movie whether it's a wonderful movie. I don't know I also also just candidly I'm looking forward to it. Though I think we've started on the show a handful of times were not looking forward to the discourse around the movie that we don't have to look for it. It's already here. It's here. It's here I. I'm not really a part of it and I said that I would not be a part of it. I continue to not be in part because as you said we haven't seen it yes. We're only citing it here. Because the idea of joke entering the Oscar race I think is significant. I noted this over the weekend but just four of the previous forty Golden Lion winners have gone on to become best picture nominees two of those four of them in the past two years. Those movies are the shape of Water Roma both of which were if not major favorites significant contenders so it's possible that as as things evolve maybe Venice's evolving into perhaps a bellwether for the academy I it's very hard to say because in addition to joker being acknowledged they also acknowledged alledged Roman Polanski's new film officer and a spy which won the silver lion and it's notable that the academy expelled Roman Polanski last year from the academy so I do think that a festival like Venice which you and I discussed a couple of weeks ago as we previewed the season has the chance to significant significantly influence where we're going the season and I feel a complicated question in the sense that you and I are having this conversation now and a bunch of people lost their minds on twitter this weekend about joker winning the Golden Lion. I you know I think that happened on Saturday afternoon. A PS and you watched all the tweets role in it. Everyone being like Oh. Oh Shit Oscar racist change like Fam- It is early September calm down you know that is the nature of the Oscars at this. Wayne is like a bunch of people just like hidden at retrieve Biden and being like game changer so I guess it's a game changer I also so there was instant hand ringing ringing of being like a Venezia's responding to the discourse and they are saying no you will not shame us we will not that'd be politically correct which is like. They're not at all. It's Venice. It's just like a bunch of people taking boats around and being like we're having a nice international time like I promise Lucrecia Martel who is the president of the jury this year like did not read your tweets and doesn't care so to the extent that all of this okay so you're just you really feeling it right now and it's great. I just like Lucrecia. Martel was just chilling in a boat somewhere. That's what you're saying. She was in a Gondola. I hope she had what a great time watching hangover three director. She deserves it. I hope she got some time like on a plaza somewhere with an imperative because that's what you gotTa do when you go adventist okay it's not read stupid people's tweets about like what joker reflects about the twenty first century masculinity or whatever she doesn't care they. I don't care so in that sense no but in the sense that we are in a prison of our own making and all of the Oscar discourses now but because of people reacting and just kind of shutting each other across the void I just did a monologue about it and the Oscar Shell. You're participating of course participating and we say we're not going to and then we do. I think you definitely put your finger on something very smart. which is that the reactionary nature of certain movies or at least the way they're perceived to be reactionary canary invariably influences the races you know the green book conversation happened in part because there is at least the expectation that older members of the academy did not not want to be told what they could or could not like now joker is not exactly the same as green book even though we haven't seen joker? I feel pretty safe assumption that they don't have the same posture. Let's say but I do think that there is a chance that a movie like this could sneak. Its way in because of what you're saying because there is the sort of like. Don't tell tell me what kind of a movie I'm allowed to like not like. I'm not totally sure. Todd Phillips is not necessarily historically known as a awards filmmaker and Joaquin Phoenix INEX- is a bit of a circuitous personality in the world. You know he's not the kind of person who I think is going to go to one hundred after parties and kiss babies to get his nomination despite the fact that he's understood to be the master of his craft etc etc.. We'll have to just wait and see you know we're. We're not far away from seeing this movie. The only thing I would say flip side of that is that it would be so Oscars for them to finally recognized the Superhero Genre with this movie that is a remake of an odd to all the seventy s movies that these these academy jokers grew up on. I don't think that that would be a fair recognition of what soup the superhero genre is in the industry and I don't think that would be a fair recognition this movie which I haven't even seen but you can see you can see them get. The one thing I'll say is though there's one thing working for them working the thing working against it. The one thing we're going forward is the sort of like elevated seventies thing that you're mentioning which gives it a perhaps a measure of credibility in some people's minds. The flipside is this character has already been celebrated by the Academy Heath Ledger already one thing this character so we know that the academy is maybe more open to the idea of a chaos agent in its mix. You know what I'm saying yes but the academy recognizes like the King of England and a character like every three years so that doesn't doesn't really matter okay the one thing that we can say about joker is that it's clear that he is this week's winner of is he running because joker is running. It is clear the joker is here to stay for the Oscars conversation so we'll get into him more. I suspect that we'll do a little bit of a deep dive on the show in October. I WanNa ask you about the article the because it's very clearly titled Joker and calling I mean I understand that the joker is the character but I think they're also trying to do something by not having him be the joker. It's it's a word play has also he's a joker because we're all joker rate so the collective joke asking you. I want to set some intention for Oscar season. Are we going to call him. The joker are we just going to call him joker. Can we just see the movie and find out what if he's not the canonical joker. Tell okay. It's Ah you're editor. Brain is working on this Monday morning. We'll just have to wait and see because it's completely plausible that this is not operating in the traditional Batman Mythology. Oh Gee and so thus it's just a reference to how all leaders and men with power jokers of the world listen. I'm just trying to respect the film and the filmmakers occurs and engage with the text people. Don't think that I'm going to do that was movie but I am well. We appreciate your your candor. Openness and
New Details on Chris Pratt's Budding Relationship with Katherine Schwarzenegger
"He played the Don Quixote, stripper? On Jane the virgin so Yup. Yup and they worked out together at the same gem and he was too afraid aspects she. Was a, big, star right and so. Finally got up enough guts asked her out and they've been crazy for, percents is kind of a really sweet muscle she's darling yes he fled your dad Kim has commented, about the news of Michelle Williams's marriage earlier this summer saying, the ledger family was terribly happy about. The nuptials, Kim added that she Michelle. Is very private and I don't really like to make any comments about her but, we are very happy for her of course Michelle Williams, was with heath Ledger for some time and they have. A daughter, together Matilda so the family Guy Fieri jumped into action yesterday to help evacuees and first responders. Of the car fire in California ferry. Teamed up with Red Cross and operation barbecue relief defeat over fourteen hundred people the car fire very serious has burned through. Ninety five, thousand. Acres of land and has killed six people including two firefighters, so guy fear. We jumped in a. Van decided to help out and finally new couple alerted that is the question many people are. Asking about Robert Pattinson and models Sookie. Waterhouse who. Was previously with Bradley Cooper. They. Responded getting cozy together in London this weekend they went, to see mama Mia here we. Go again and then went and hung out had drinks at the SoHo house you, think this is something real or they're. Just hanging out Might be getting to one.
Joaquin Phoenix Joker movie gets 2019 release date
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'The Dark Knight' Set for 10th Anniversary Imax Re-Release
"Strong ties to the tobacco and restaurant industries opted for a weaker version the law will be implemented in phases through April of. Twenty twenty Batman is returning to Amax screens to Mark the tenth. Anniversary of the dark Knight the middle, film and Christopher Nolan's Batman, trilogy will be shown in. Los Angeles New York City San Francisco and Toronto, for one week beginning August. Twenty fourth the theaters chosen will play the movie, in the seventy millimeter I'm Ex-film format the dark Knight features heath ledgers performance as joker which won him a posthumous Oscar Warner Brothers. Says tickets for the opening day showings will go on sale Friday President Trump's promising big results from his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin while defending his. Much criticised performance in Helsinki AP Washington correspondent saga megani says the president's also addressing what he calls haters the president says many positive things will come out of the meeting tweeting without any detail that Russia's agreed to help with North, Korea he writes he and Putin got along well which truly bothers many haters who, wanted to see a boxing match and would rather go to war the president's, coopting term used, by his defenders and conservative media in, calling that Trump. Derangement, syndrome his remarks come a day after he took the rare. Step of admitting a mistake and walking, back HAMAs after the summit, that question US intelligence findings. That Russia interfered in the.
President, Vladimir Putin and Megani discussed on 24 Hour News
"Artificially grown meat, to restaurants in three years most of meat has raised eight point eight million dollars toward their plan to start. Industrial scale production of a hamburger Patty that would cost about one dollar environmentalists. Have warned that the world's growing appetite for meat. Isn't sustainable so the big challenge Is making meet, that looks feels and tastes. Like the real thing, most, of, meat uses, a small sample of cells taken from a live animal the. Cells are fed, with nutrients so that they, grow into. Strands of muscle, tissue the company, claims it, could make up, to eighty thousand quarter. Pounders from a single sample President Trump's promising big results from his summit with Russian President, Vladimir Putin while defending his much. Criticised performance, in Helsinki AP Washington correspondent saga megani says the president's also addressing what he calls haters, the president says many positive things will come out of the meeting tweeting without any detail that Russia's agreed to help with North Korea he writes. He Putin got along well which truly, bothers many haters who wanted to see a boxing match and would rather go to war the president's coopting a term used by his defenders and conservative media in calling that Trump derangement. Syndrome his remarks come A day after he took the rare step of admitting a mistake and walking back hominids after the. Summit that question US intelligence findings that Russia interfered in the twenty sixteen presidential election saga megani at, the White House Batman is. Returning, to Amax screens tomorrow the tenth anniversary of the dark Knight. The middle film and Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy, will be shown in Los, Angeles New York City San. Francisco and Toronto for one week beginning August twenty, fourth the theaters chosen will play the movie in the seventy millimeter I'm ex film format the dark Knight features heath ledgers performance as joker which won him a posthumous Oscar Warner Brothers says tickets for the opening day showings will go on sale Friday Hi I'm Ralph Rousseau AP college football writer and host. Of the AP top twenty five college football, podcast available on apple podcasts, and podcast one while there. Be sure to subscribe and review that's the.
Stranger Things creators sued for plagiarism after being accused of stealing plot
"To a half inch of rain today a high near fifty rain overnight shipping the mid forties for tomorrow much like today although a little bit warmer here fifty five backing off to a few showers on friday and back to more steady rain on saturday little bit breezy too right now in downtown seattle just cloudy and forty two and komo news time seven twenty five abc entertainment news here's jason nathanson was the idea for stranger things stolen that's the gist of a lawsuit filed against stranger things creators the duffer brothers filmmaker charlie kessler says he pitched the story similar to stranger things to the brothers and two thousand fourteen who's based on a short film of his called montauk as evidence kesslers lawsuit says the original name stranger things was the montoc project the suit seeks to stop the show and pay kessler sizable piece of the stranger things pine no comment from net flicks the first onscreen wonder woman now's a star on the hollywood walk of fame linda carter got the honor tuesday afternoon paying tribute to the show they gave her her first break why do online gave birth to my career and now we have come full circle carter has a new album out now and you'll also be seen in the movie super troopers to later this month and happy birthday wednesday the iron man robert downey junior who turns fifty three heath ledger would have been thirty nine i'm jason nathanson the actor who played mini me in the austin powers movies is reportedly in the hospital for alcohol poisoning tmz says verne troyer is being held for seventy two hours to be evaluated their reports this paramedics were called detroiters house monday night after a friend said the forty nine year old actor was extremely upset drunk.
Celebrities Play Roulette With Drugs
"But what I have a problem with is I kind of use the example of people playing Russian roulette. If you have a gun and you put one bullet in the chamber and you spin the chamber, you got to one in 6 chance, you're going to be killed. If you play with 6 bullets, you got a 100% chance you're going to die. Exactly. I think these celebrities know when they're taking percocet Vicodin and Xanax valium and whatever the hell else they're putting their system. They know they're probably putting three to four bullets in the chamber and there's a great chance they're going to die. But I think a lot of them have this sort of self fulfilling prophecy this romantic thing about dying young and leaving a good-looking corpse et cetera. I live fast without young, exactly. I think that's part of it. I know that he, I don't know if you know this, but heath was Heath Ledger was obsessed with a young English singer named Nick Drake, who committed suicide at 25 years old by taking pills. Press conference where he talked about that, yes, I did know that. And it's terrifying how people glorify the celebrities that are gone too soon and never forget the anniversary of prince's death. It's just, it's so painful to watch such a wasteful loss and when there's people who do have the knowledge around. But these celebrities are not turning to those of us who can actually help them. Some do, some do believe me, I've been privy to a lot of secrets of a lot of them. And a lot of them. But there are plenty of people who actually, their entourage of people, their spouse, their loved one, their partner, may prefer them altered. They may prefer. Oh, sure. Sharp informed decisions. They're on the money train. They're on the gravy train. It's
AJ Shares Heath Ledger's Poignant Statement Months Before His Death
"I remember hanging out with heath at a Hollywood nightclub after the document wrapped. And he seems somewhat stressed. I mean, he would tell me more as the night went on and he dropped his guard, but really we talked about being fathers to young daughters and how great it is, and yet how terrifying it is at the same time. He also described the feeling as a bit of a catch 22. He said something like, you know, I feel good about dying now because I know I'm alive in her. But then how could I die when I want to be around her for the rest of my life? And I completely understood what he meant. But that comment would take on a bigger, deeper meaning a few months
Why Did Heath Ledger Die?
"At two 45 p.m., January 22nd, 2008, Heath Ledger was discovered lying naked and unconscious in his New York City apartment by his housekeeper and his masseuse, Diana will lose him. They call paramedics who arrived at three 33 p.m. three minutes later, ledger was pronounced dead. By the time they stuffed him into an ambulance, there were already about 300 people outside his loft at four 21 broom street and Soho. Ledger's death was completely unexpected. Rumors immediately spread that he committed suicide. But that was very unlikely. At only 28 years old, physically very fit and at the peak of his career, ledger was already midway through filming a party really enjoyed, and he had a daughter he was crazy about. In other words, he had no reason to intentionally kill himself. The autopsy concluded that he died from a cocktail of prescription painkillers that his doctors would not prescribe precisely because of the fatal effect they would have when taken together. So who gave these drugs to ledger? And why did he take such a dangerous dose? Is it possible that he was tricked or forced into taking the medication? In other words, as some people think was Heath Ledger murdered? On the Internet, fans in a conspiracy theorist immediately concluded he was on a long list of stars who've died surprisingly young, especially in their late 20s. Like Joplin, Hendrix, Morrison, Cobain, Winehouse, all of whom died at 27. And there are some crazy, even highlighted that the strange imagery in his final film, the imaginarium of doctor parnassus, could be interpreted as satanic or Illuminati symbolism. They said, maybe ledger is some kind of sacrifice in a greater ritual to obtain more power in the film industry. That's all