Holmes Getting the "Knight" Off?

by | January 26, 2007 | Comments

Fans of "Batman Begins" who thought Katie Holmes was the worst part of the movie — and there seem to be a lot of them — will be happy to read IGN Movies’ report, via LatinoReview.com, that Holmes’ role is being recast for the upcoming sequel, "The Dark Knight."

One good rumor deserves another, so why stop there? The article goes on to claim that The Penguin won’t be part of the sequel; that Jamie Foxx, Edward Norton, and Josh Lucas are being considered for the role of Harvey Dent, A.K.A. Two-Face; and — in this week’s second bit of Damon-themed sequel gossip — Matt Damon has turned it down.

Holmes out of the sequel?

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