Apparently, Heath Ledger IS The Joker...

by | July 21, 2006 | Comments

Another Joker casting rumor is always good fun, but the guys over at Latino Review seem pretty confident that they’re offering the straight scoop: Heath Ledger as The Joker in the sequel to "Batman Begins." (And I really wish they’d give us the title already.)

Says LatinoReview.com: "We were first to tell the world that Brandon Routh was going to be the new Superman. Now here we are at it again as we just got word from A VERY TRUSTED SOURCE that the offer last night was officially made to Heath Ledger to star as The Joker in the Batman Begins Sequel!"

Also check out IGN FilmForce for a more in-depth look at the casting news. And then share your thoughts on how Heath Ledger will be a perfect / awful / passable / semi-average Joker. (Personally, I think it’s a very cool choice. Wouldn’t have guessed Ledger in a million years, though.)

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