Poster Heath Ledger Joker (74+ images)

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Heath Ledger Joker (74+ images)
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Instead of the usual Halloween or pumpkin theme this month I went with villains thanks to my husbands idea! Whoever made this image is very talented! I found it just doing a google search of the Joker because I tried two whole nights to draw his face but I am just not good at drawing people. But I made it my own with some doodles around the image.
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Anyways this month will be all about the villains we love to hate! What are some of your favorites?!?
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The joker has to be one of our favorites in our house. I don’t know if the new joker will be able to live up to Heath Ledger as joker. We will soon find find out because the movie comes out this weekend! Who is excited about it?
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#Repost ahistorygeek
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Maybe not as horrific as some posts this month, but a timely nod to one of pop cultures most iconic evil characters.  This week theaters will debut the latest installment of DC Comic’s Joker, as Joaquin Phoenix takes on the role that Jack Nicholson was pretty good as, and Heath Ledger absolutely astonished the world in. How this version of Gotham City’s Clown Prince comes out, only time will tell, but believe it or not, the inspiration dates back well before the comics.  The face in this photo may look familiar, it’s that classic smile which made the Joker infamous, but it’s a German born actor named Conrad Veidt.  This is a promotional photo from the 1928 film “The Man Who Laughs”, which was a silent movie, and meant to be a romantic drama.  When the film showed up on the silver screen it didn’t give off that romantic vibe, and instead had a darkness to it that made the audience feel more like they were watching a horror flick.  Veidt played the role of Gwynplaine, who was the son of a man executed by the King, and received his own punishment of a disfigured face to remember his dad’s misdeeds with.  Sounds pretty romantic, huh?  He becomes a sideshow carnival act, falls in love, but struggles because of the after effects of his facial trauma.  Enter the comic cartoonist, Bill Finger, an essential part of the development of DC Comics, and the man who drew up the first image of the Joker.  Finger took some characteristics of the part played by Veidt, and made his first designs of the new evil that Batman would face.  Initially the plan was for the Joker to make a one and done appearance, and be killed off after one comic.  Instead, the evil stuck around, and became the bad guy of pop culture legend.  So, not your classic horror film, but I thought it a worthy tie to the character who inspired a lot of Halloween costumes ever since.  #horrifichistorygeek
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JOKER 🎥

When you are in for this film,  all you have is worries,  can the actor meet the expectations? 
Because Heath Ledger have already created a wonderful image for the joker. So its a risky job for every actor to be his successor. 
Keeping aside the flaws in story and direction,  because Cristopher Nolan's Dark Knight is far beyond comparisons. But in Joker joaquinphoenixv will amaze  you in every second. From the very beginning,  when he is on the screen,  you just dont want to take your eyes off the screen,  because you would miss something.

I believe it is worth to keep this post on the timeline and wait till the next Oscars to see what they,  theacademy, have got for him. 
Hats off 😊
Pic Courtesy : imdb
#joaquinphoenix #imdb #jokermovie #heathledger
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Posted withrepost • ahistorygeek Maybe not as horrific as some posts this month, but a timely nod to one of pop cultures most iconic evil characters.  This week theaters will debut the latest installment of DC Comic’s Joker, as Joaquin Phoenix takes on the role that Jack Nicholson was pretty good as, and Heath Ledger absolutely astonished the world in. How this version of Gotham City’s Clown Prince comes out, only time will tell, but believe it or not, the inspiration dates back well before the comics.  The face in this photo may look familiar, it’s that classic smile which made the Joker infamous, but it’s a German born actor named Conrad Veidt.  This is a promotional photo from the 1928 film “The Man Who Laughs”, which was a silent movie, and meant to be a romantic drama.  When the film showed up on the silver screen it didn’t give off that romantic vibe, and instead had a darkness to it that made the audience feel more like they were watching a horror flick.  Veidt played the role of Gwynplaine, who was the son of a man executed by the King, and received his own punishment of a disfigured face to remember his dad’s misdeeds with.  Sounds pretty romantic, huh?  He becomes a sideshow carnival act, falls in love, but struggles because of the after effects of his facial trauma.  Enter the comic cartoonist, Bill Finger, an essential part of the development of DC Comics, and the man who drew up the first image of the Joker.  Finger took some characteristics of the part played by Veidt, and made his first designs of the new evil that Batman would face.  Initially the plan was for the Joker to make a one and done appearance, and be killed off after one comic.  Instead, the evil stuck around, and became the bad guy of pop culture legend.  So, not your classic horror film, but I thought it a worthy tie to the character who inspired a lot of Halloween costumes ever since.  #horrifichistorygeek More #Tyson Ranch#poetryisnotdead#instapoet#creativewriting#cinema#filmfestivals#nature#animals#musicalcontinuum#hiphop#continiumoflife.#nativeamericantribesa#energetics#tonimorrison#josephcampbell#binti#myth#ebens#remoteviewing#programming#poetryisnotdead#instapoetrygram
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The character of the Joker has been around for 80 years. First appearing in the Batman comics, he's become an instantly recognisable villain who has endured through the history of popular culture. Each iteration of the character is representative of its era, from Jack Nicholson's 80s gangster to Cesar Romero's 60s goofball prankster and Heath Ledger’s scarred and dishevelled “agent of chaos” from the 2008 film The Dark Knight. Read more about the history of the Joker, and his many forms, via the link in our bio. 📸 Alamy/Getty Images. #joker #jokermovie #batman #dc #dccomics #jacknicholson #cesarromero #heathledger #thedarkknight #filmfan #filmhistory #comics #comic
user_4292648:
Why so serious? I've rewatched the Dark Knight after watching Joker (2019). God, Heath Ledger is just such a legend. Anyway, each image is a layer of my drawing process, and the last one is the Joker without makeup too. Yeet.
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