Guy Pearce vs. Liev Schreiber for "The Dark Knight"?

by | September 20, 2006 | Comments

Now that we know who’s playing The Joker in "The Dark Knight" (it’s Heath Ledger), all the Batfan speculation is now pointed towards the character of Harvey "Two Face" Dent. Previous buzz indicated that Liev Schreiber was "the guy," but now there’s a new name invovled: Christopher Nolan‘s old pal Guy Pearce.

From and Cinematical: "From the ever-vigilant folks over at Batman-on-Film comes a new casting rumor for Chris Nolan’s upcoming sequel … Liev Schreiber has long been the frontrunner for the role of Harvey Dent (the man who would be Two-Face), and … The newest rumor regarding the role reports Schreiber is out of the running and Guy Pearce (who worked with Nolan on Memento) is now the new favorite."

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