The academy going brokeback for Heath?

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Bob ‘The Bitch’
It’s clear that the void in film Heath Ledger left when he died will last for decades to come. However, his legacy won’t fade anytime soon. Like the images of James Dean walking down a lonely road or of Marilyn Monroe holding down her wind blow dress on a city sidewalk, Heath will endure. He has already received the golden globe for his portrayal of the Joker in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight and now looks poised for a posthumous Oscar run. I can see the Academy now, spinning their wheels, anxious with anticipation as they prepare to blow their load all over Heath Ledger’s proverbial face–metaphorically speaking of course. The Oscar is a lock for Heath. It’s just a matter of time and foreplay now.

So Batman made a little money this weekend?

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Bob ‘The Bitch’:
In case you haven’t heard Batman The Dark Knight has just put my heart at ease by beating Spider Man 3’s previous 3 day opening weekend box office record of 151.1 million. Batman made a whopping 155.340 million dollars this weekend, or roughly 2.5 billion pogs. And lets be honest, the movie was f#cking stellar but Heath Ledger was the movie’s ace in the hole. I try to figure out how he was so brilliant and electrifying and all I can think of is that a sniper had his rifle trained on him during the entire shoot and told him that if he wasn’t a revelation in every scene that he would be killed. Either way we’re all just a little blessed that we got to see such a great actor in the role of his life just before he passed away. Epic, Heath. Epic.

Oh yeah, and f#ck you Spider Man.

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The players and their part…

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Actors Johnny Depp, Colin Farrell and Jude Law are leaving for Vancouver to take the place of Heath Ledger in the film The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus. The three stars will share Ledger’s character of Tony, the love interest in the Terry Gilliam-directed fantasy film about a traveling theater troupe that offers audience members a chance to go beyond reality through a magical mirror.
The Derobers were sent an image of the original Imaginarium last night and have synergized the image into a more relevant pop-incarnation. You will find this photo nowhere else. Click on thumb for the full image. As ever, Heath, you are missed.

Heath Ledger died of an accidental overdose.

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There were a number of drugs present in Heath Ledger’s system when he died. According to the toxicology report, “Mr. Heath Ledger died as the result of acute intoxication by the combined effects of oxycodone, hydrocodone, diazepam, temazepam, alprazolam, and doxylamine.”
This is widely being reported my many news sources but very few people are talking about EXACTLY what these drugs are and what they are capable of doing. It’s shocking to say the least that a doctor would knowingly put Heath on this cocktail of super-depressants. Here is the 411 on the aforementioned drugs:

is an effective antitussive (anti-cough) agent, and as an opiate it is also an effective analgesic for mild to moderate pain control.
it is now considered that a dose of 15 mg (1/4 gr) of Hydrocodone is equivalent to 10 mg (1/6 gr) of morphine.

Oxycodone aka OxyContin is a central nervous system depressant. Oxycodone’s action appears to work through stimulating the opioid receptors found in the central nervous system. Those opioid receptors are what drives the dependence. They tell your body it needs more of what your giving it. Continue Reading: Heath Ledger died of an accidental overdose.

Michelle Willliams speaks out about Heath Ledger’s tragic death

Michelle Williams has issued a public statement regarding Heath Ledger’s sad passing,

“Please respect our need to grieve privately. My heart is broken. I am the mother of the most tender-hearted, high-spirited, beautiful little girl who is the spitting image of her father. All that I can cling to is his presence inside her that reveals itself every day. His family and I watch Matilda as she whispers to trees, hugs animals, and takes steps two at a time, and we know that he is with us still. She will be brought up with the best.”