agentofoblivion wrote:Because up until that point, what role had he done that would have suggested he would have been SO fantastic? The potential to fail was the gamble. Imagine the fallout if he hadn't nailed the role?
lords of dogtown
agentofoblivion wrote:Not to mention he didn't even want the role at first. He said over and over that he had no real passion for comics and was afraid of the role at first
that's not true. Heath said he agreed to meet with Nolan as soon as he got the offer because he immediately knew how to play the role
christophmac wrote:I for one hate The Joker. Not from an objective point of view i.e. how well written he was, how good the performance was, but every second I spend seeing him on screen I think 'God, I hate this person'. Even more, I hate those stupid teens who pretend they empathise with The Joker because they're outcasts who hate humanity. Freaks, frankly. I'd much rather hang out with Bruce Wayne.
you're being a hipster again. You basically said you don't like the joker because of how loved he is by the masses.