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An awesome reader named JJ sent over a link to this video earlier today which was posted on the website of 42 Entertainment, the company responsible for the ridiculously successful “Why So Serious” alternate reality game that led up to the release of last year’s highest grossing film, The Dark Knight.

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Heath Ledger in The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus

As if it weren’t enough that Heath Ledger died during production, now that it’s finished, Gilliam has to somehow sell the damned thing.

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This is what people are going crazy for? Parnassus...

The DP for The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus just threw a compilation image up on his personal website, and apparently it’s a slow enough news week for people in the internet tubes to find it amazing. Consider it a photographic revolution.

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For better or for worse, filmic performances are often determined by an unavoidable cultural weight as well as increasingly mediating technological factors that go largely unacknowledged or unrecognized by critics or audiences as an actual part of the performance.

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Fans are calling for Heath Ledger’s rendition of The Joker in Christopher Nolan’s blockbuster bash The Dark Knight to be acknowledged as the pinnacle of the character’s representation on film.

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SAG Awards

The SAG Awards took place last night and gave us a few things to think about as we enter the home stretch for the Oscars.

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Why So Serious Again?

The Dark Knight is hitting theaters again in IMAX this Friday. Do you care enough to head back to Gotham?

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Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight

When I look back through this past year, one film easily rises above the rest in the realm of soundtrack: The Dark Knight. The following video gives us a behind the soundboard look at the creation of The Joker’s theme.

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Normally I would save this for tomorrow’s Daily Diversion, but it just feels like something I should be posting in a more timely matter. I will find something silly for the morning.

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The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced their nominees for the 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards today, laying out what is generally regarded as a relatively accurate precursor to the Academy Awards nominations.

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What The Dark Knight Has Done: A New Direction at WB

Like many of you, I was excited about The Dark Knight finally coming to Blu-ray and DVD. But as you may know by now, the release’s special features are oddly void of some things that fans might have enjoyed…

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Yesterday the Los Angeles Film Critics Association announced their 2008 awards, recognizing Pixar’s WALL-E as best picture.

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Not a necessarily large update from the awards season warpath today, but there are quite a few different stories to talk about.

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For Your Consideration: Heath Ledger in The Dark Knight

While I think many of us would agree that Heath Ledger’s performance was very Oscar-worthy, the question now becomes whether or not the Academy will actually give it to him.

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While we aren’t sure where it originated from on the web, we do know that our good friend David sent over a brand new pic of Heath Ledger in his final film, Terry Gilliam’s The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus.

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The movie with the best shot at garnering multiple Oscar nominations might not get any.

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The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus

The folks over at Quick Stop Entertainment have gotten their hands on a teaser trailer of sorts for Terry Gilliam’s upcoming film The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus.

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The Dark Knight Joker Concept

While I’m happy with the concept that was used in the actual film, can you imagine how much darker the film might have been with one of these concepts?

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The Curse of The Dark Knight

When all else fails to explain the bad stuff that sometimes happens do the most logical thing and blame it on a curse.

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The 2008 Mid-Year Review

With Comic-Con over and done, we want to take a moment to pause and look back, at the year so far. We do this in a format that we like to call “Ten Things We Liked, 5 Things We Didn’t.”

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