Do you think madness and the curse caused his death?
Heath Ledger passed away as a result of an overdose. Jack Nicholson said mysteriously "I WARNED HIM".
Do you think the role of the joker is somehow cursed? Did the Joker haunt Ledger and pushed him to his death? He was fine in other films. Thoughts?
If Jack Nicholson really warned him about anything it would have been his drug use
How would we know?
No, I think a long-term up-and-down carousel ride of stimulants and depressants caught up with him and finished him off.
Well, nothing happened to Nicholson or Cesar Romero or Mark Hamill.
R1 Nicholson said that he went through the same thing too.
R3 I guess 'tis the life of an actor. You have to rely on "extra help" to keep your spirits because you are constantly being bombarded with rejection.
who are some other victims of the Joker curse? ROmero, Nicholson, etc???
This is at least the third thread the OP has created in less than 12 hours about Heath ledger in "the Dark Knight Returns." I wonder how many more he can produce.
The only thing interesting about JN is his controll over cunts. Women would eat shit if he asked them too.
Heath just shouldn't have been doing drugs. Simple as that. Why risk it?
r9 I thought the Joker had a crush on Batman hence the line "you complete me".
I didn't like Heath Ledger in his role as "Joker".
I saw him naked in Brokeback Mountain.
He did *not* suffer from the curse.
He knew he would end up like Gerard Depardieu if he lived.
[quote]Do you think the role of the joker is somehow cursed?
It killed Cesar Romero, after all!
What 'same thing' did he go thru OP? OD? Death?
Ledger had a risky lifestyle and came up wrong one night. There's nothing supernatural about it. Quit trying to aggrandize his death, OP.
"Oh my God. I'm back. I'm home. All the time, it was... We finally really did it ... You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!"
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