Why so serious?

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So i heard that Johnny Depp is going to make the scenes that were missing, actually he is going to replace Heath after the joker disfigures his face. anyone know anything?

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    What scenes? Isnt filming long since complete?


    Yeah, I think they’re all done with production of The Black Knight. Ledger was working on a new movie but they had to halt production of it after his death, so now they somehow have to alter the script where his character is killed off.


    The Dark Knight is finished filming. post production is almost finished. the movie that you are refering to is The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus by Terry Gilliam. He is now in post production to finish the film with a Heath Ledger CGI double.


    – Exactly! The OP got his movies crossed together.

    Gary Generic

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    Because he is an elf and therefore immortal.

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    The OP is all kinds of wrong. There’s no facial disfigurement either.
    That’s not set in stone yet. If it works out to be more costly to replace him or shoot the majority of the movie with his back facing the camera then the insurance company will close production. CGI would be pretty costly and potentially look real fuckin bad.


    Filming of The Dark Knight was complete. When Heath Ledger died, the movie was in POST-Production, which means that they were done filming and that they were in editing, sound, and special effects. I believe that even the majority of that was finished at the time of his death. Regardless, the movie is in the can and awaiting release.


    There was a rumor that to complete The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, Terry Gilliam was going to do a re-write where Johnny Depp could complete the filming. Something about a doorway and alternate reality or some other….


    What you heard on TV was wrong. Read the trivia section on IMDB.