Found August 23, 2013 on The Nosebleeds:
PLAYERS: Heath Ledger
The Internet absolutely exploded and was none too pleased upon hearing that Ben Affleck had been cast as the next Batman last night. But, as one Redditor pointed out, it’s not the first time people have bashed an unlikely Gotham hiring. The Internet was also furious back in 2006 when Heath Ledger, who, at that point in time, didn’t have a very impressive resume, was cast as The Joker. As we all know from The Dark Knight, Ledger absolutely crushed his portrayal of the villain and the role earned him a posthumous Oscar for Best Supporting Actor. I’m not saying Affleck is be as good as Ledger’s Joker when he puts on the Batman suit for Zack Snyder’s 2014 Batman vs. Superman flick, but maybe everyone should be a little more hesitant to banish him from Hollywood before they see what he can bring behind the mask.   The post Here’s a friendly reminder that the Internet freaked out over Heath Ledger being cast as The Joker once upon a time, too appeared first on The Nosebleeds.

The Internet Wasn’t Too Thrilled About Heath Ledger As The Joker Either

After Thursday’s announcement that Ben Affleck would be taking over for Christian Bale as Batman, the Internet got its collective panties in a bunch, criticizing the casting choice in every way imaginable. The reaction was predictable for two reasons: 1) It’s the Internet, and 2) We’ve been through this before, as you can see by the ********* that hit the web in 2007 following...
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