The Dark Knight Website Changes to Honor Heath Ledger

Questions have been swirling all week as to what the fate will be of the late Heath Ledger’s final projects, one of which being the huge summer blockbuster The Dark Knight. Yesterday though, the folks at Warner Brothers showed us that the concern is less about the film and more about mourning the loss of a great talent. They did this by changing the Official Dark Knight Website to white, with a memorial to ledger (seen below). To say the least, this is a very classy move by the studio — and a very respectful way to handle this very sad event.

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