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^ a b c d "Heath Ledger: The Times Obituary" (Web), The Times, timesonline.co.uk (News International) (2008-01-23). Retrieved on 27 April 2008.
^ "Heath Ledger Honored at Independent Spirit Awards" (Web), ET Online, etonline.com (CBS Studios Inc.) (2008-02-23). Retrieved on 8 August 2008.
^ "Ledger Honoured at AFI Awards". ABC Online. abc.net.au (Australian Broadcasting Corporation). Retrieved on 2008-12-06.
^ Stephen M. Silverman (2008-12-08). "Movie News: Teary Family Gathers as Heath Ledger Wins Acting Prize" (Web). People. Time Inc. (Time Warner). Retrieved on 2008-12-11.
^ a b "Golden Globes: Heath Ledger's Family 'So Proud' of Globe Nod" ([World Wide Web), People, Time Inc. (Time Warner) (2008-12-11). Retrieved on 11 December 2008.
^ a b Joe Neumaier (2008-12-11). "Golden Globe Nominations Upset Oscar Hopes; Heath Ledger Wins Nod, 'Milk' Left Out" (Web), New York Daily News, nydailynews.com. Retrieved on 11 December 2008.
^ a b Rick Marshall (2008-12-11). "Golden Globes Deny 'The Dark Knight,' Heath Ledger Nominated" (Web), MTV Splashpage, splashpage.mtv.com. Retrieved on 11 December 2008.
^ a b c d e Sewell Chan and James Barron (contributing) (2008-02-06). "City Room: Heath Ledger's Death Is Ruled an Accident" (Web), The New York Times, cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com (The New York Times Company). Retrieved on 17 August 2008.
^ a b c CNN (2008-02-06). "Ledger's Death Caused by Accidental Overdose" (Web), CNN: SHOWBIZ/Movies, cnn.com (Time Warner). Retrieved on 17 August 2008.
^ a b c d Associated Press (2008-02-06). "Heath Ledger Died of Accidental Overdose: 28-Year-Old Actor Had Oxycodone, Anti-Anxiety, Sleep Aids in His System" (Web), MSNBC (Entertainment), msnbc.msn.com. Retrieved on 17 March 2008.
^ a b c d e David M. Halbfinger (2008-03-09). "Batman's Burden: A Director Confronts Darkness and Death" (Web and print), The New York Times (Arts & Leisure: Film), nytimes.com, pp. 1, 16. Retrieved on 10 March 2008.
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^ a b CNN (2008-01-24). "Ledger's Death Puts Last Films in a Bind" (Web), CNN: SHOWBIZ/Movies, cnn.com (Time Warner). Retrieved on 30 January 2008.
^ a b c Christine Kilpatrick (2008-01-24). "Production Suspended on Heath Ledger's Latest Movie" (Web), People, People.com (Time Inc.). Retrieved on 24 January 2008.
^ a b c David M. Halbfinger (2008-01-25). "Actor’s Death May Mean Film's End", The New York Times, p. 12 (Movies, Performing Arts/Weekend Desk). Retrieved on 2 February 2008.
^ a b "Gilliam, Ledger Reteam for Film" (Web), Variety, Variety.com (2007-10-31). Retrieved on 27 April 2008.
^ a b c Daily Mail Reporter (2008-10-24). "First Photos of Tragic Heath Ledger in His Last Film" (Web). Mail Online. Daily Mail and General Trust. Retrieved on 2008-12-12.
^ a b c d e f g Dominic Wills. "Heath Ledger Biography", tiscali.film & tv, tiscali.co.uk. Retrieved on 22 April 2008. "The Ledger name was well-known in Perth, the family having run a foundry that provided much of the raw material for the famous Perth to Kalgoorlie Pipeline, which ran 557 kilometres east out into the desert and, beginning to pump [water] back in 1903, first supplied the Western Australian goldfields and now served over 100,000 people and 6 million sheep in 44,000 square miles. The Sir Frank Ledger Charitable Trust, named after Heath's great-grandfather, was renowned for granting funds to the area's universities, paying for visiting lecturers and scholarships for gifted students."
^ "Heath Ledger Biography (1979-)" (Web). Filmreference.com (2007). Retrieved on 2008-08-03.
^ "Banks, Frederick & Annie" (Web). Western Australian Museum Official Website. museum.wa.gov.au. Retrieved on 2008-02-07. "The Ledger Foundry made most of the pipes, etc. for the Kalgoorlie Pipe Line. Fred worked as a partner in the Foundry & also made tools for the prospectors on the Goldfields."
^ a b "Heath Ledger among WA's Finest Sons, Says Eric Ripper", The Sunday Times (PerthNow), news.com.au (2008-01-23). Retrieved on 8 February 2008. "Heath was one of the best actors the nation had produced and his death at age 28 had shocked the community, he said. ... 'I understand he was a former student at both Mary’s Mount Primary School in Gooseberry Hill and later at Guildford Grammar,' Mr Ripper said. ... 'Apparently he left school at 16 to pursue his passion for acting. There is no doubt his wonderful work in that field in such a comparatively short time will endure.' ... Mr Ripper said Western Australians everywhere would be proud of Ledger’s work and his legacy."
^ Michael Bodey (2008-01-24). "Rocked by the System" (Web), The Australian, theaustralian.news.com.au, p. 13 (Features). Retrieved on 8 February 2008. "1985: Attends Mary's Mount Primary School in the Perth Hills and Guildford Grammar, excelling in drama and sport."
^ a b David Lipsky (2006-03-23). "Heath Ledger's Lonesome Trail", Rolling Stone, rollingstone.com. Retrieved on 21 April 2008. "His dad wanted him to race cars. Hollywood wanted him to play Spider-Man. But he wanted to play a gay cowboy. Now he's a huge star, and he's not happy about it."
^ Kevin Sessums. "We're Having a Heath Wave" (Web). Vanity Fair (vanityfair.com (Condé Nast Publications)) (August 2000): 4. http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/features/2000/08/heath200008?currentPage=4. Retrieved on 21 April 2008. "[Dispensing with 'romantic' notions promulgated by some biographies (including Wills's in tiscali.film & tv) that he and his sister are named after characters Catherine and Heathcliff in Emily Brontë's novel Wuthering Heights], he's asked if Heath is a shortened version of Heathcliff. 'No, just Heath. But I do have an older sister named Kathy,' he says. 'Well, Kate.' ".
^ Kevin Sessums. "We're Having a Heath Wave" (Web). Vanity Fair (vanityfair.com (Condé Nast Publications)) (August 2000): 3. http://www.vanityfair.com/culture/features/2000/08/heath200008?currentPage=3. Retrieved on 23 April 2008.
^ a b c Melissa Kent (2008-02-09). "Tears, Tributes Accompany Heath Ledger to His Final Rest", The Age, theage.com.au. Retrieved on 21 April 2008.
^ "Heath Ledger Biography", Yahoo! Movies (2008-02-06). Retrieved on 14 February 2008.
^ "Obituary of Heath Ledger Actor who thought deeply about his craft and won widespread praise for Brokeback Mountain", The Daily Telegraph (2008-01-24), p. 25. Retrieved on 7 February 2008. "At the same time he showed promise in other areas, as a junior go-kart racing champion and, aged only 10, as Western Australia's junior chess champion."
^ Brian Pendreigh (2008-01-24). " 'My friend Heath would never commit suicide'", Scotland on Sunday, news.scotsman.com. Retrieved on 14 February 2008.
^ Christina Tapper and Natasha Stoyoff (2008-01-26). "Heath Ledger's Passion for Chess", People, people.com. Retrieved on 3 February 2008. "No stranger to the New York Washington Square Park chess world, Heath Ledger found joy by screaming the occasional 'checkmate!'"
^ Josh Horowitz (2007-11-12). "Heath Ledger Discusses Delving Into Dylan for 'I'm Not There': Channeling Sid Vicious for 'Dark Knight'", MTV Movies, mtv.com. Retrieved on 3 February 2008.
^ a b Michelle Cazzulino (2008-03-29). "Heath Ledger's Gambit to Be a Director" (Web), The Daily Telegraph, news.com.au. Retrieved on 24 April 2008. "It was an opportunity tailor-made for Ledger, Scott said. 'The movie is about chess, and what is a little known fact is Heath was very close to being on the grandmaster level. He was a chess whiz, and he intended to get his grandmaster rating before he started shooting the picture.' "
^ WENN (World Entertainment News Network) (2001-06-10). "Heather Graham and Heath Ledger Split", cinema.com. Retrieved on 24 July 2008.
^ Gary Susman (2003-10-01). "Naomi Watts and Heath Ledger Split", Entertainment Weekly, ew.com. Retrieved on 23 January 2008.
^ John McShane (2008-04-20). "Loves of Heath Ledger's Life", The Courier-Mail. Retrieved on 24 April 2008. "In the first book since Heath Ledger's death, Fleet Street's John McShane looks at the actor's legacy. In this extract, he examines Ledger's relationships."
^ Kiki King, Eva Simpson, and Caroline Hedley (2006-03-03). "The Heath Is On" (Web archive), Daily Mirror (London) (3AM), mirror.co.uk, p. 16. Retrieved on 7 February 2008.
^ "Godfather Jake Gillenhaal's Silent Agony" (Web), The Daily Telegraph, news.com.au (2008-01-25). Retrieved on 5 February 2008.
^ "First Picture: Michelle Williams and Matilda Arrive in Brooklyn" (Web), Us Weekly, Usmagazine.com (2008-01-23). Retrieved on 5 February 2008.
^ Sarah Grant (2006-06-08). "Soaking Left My Lad Heath in Tears", The Daily Telegraph, p. 9. Retrieved on 8 February 2008.
^ "Ledger Hopes for $3m Profit on Beach House" (Web), The Age, theage.com.au (2006-02-11). Retrieved on 17 August 2007.
^ Angela Saurine (2006-04-15). "Why the Rich Are Kings of the Castle", The Daily Telegraph, realestate.com.au, p. 19. Retrieved on 17 August 2007.
^ Alex Williams (2007-09-30). "Brooklyn's Fragile Eco-System", The New York Times, nytimes.com, p. 1. Retrieved on 5 February 2008.
^ WENN (World Entertainment News Network) (2007-09-04). "Williams' Father Confirms Ledger Split", Hollywood.com. Retrieved on 23 January 2008.
^ "Supermodel's Last Call to Heath", news.com.au, The Daily Telegraph (2008-01-24). Retrieved on 26 January 2008.
^ Robert Stansfield (2008-01-24). "Helena Christensen Was On Way to See Heath Ledger", Scottish Daily Record, dailyrecord.co.uk, p. 6. Retrieved on 26 January 2008.
^ Holly Byrnes, Sarah Grant, and Angela Saurine (2008-01-03). "Are Gemma Ward and Heath Ledger Dating?" (Web), The Daily Telegraph, news.com.au, p. 31. Retrieved on 6 February 2008.
^ Janet Fife-Yeomans (2008-01-25). "Sorrow of Heath Ledger's Secret Love" (Web), The Daily Telegraph, p. 4. Retrieved on 6 February 2008.
^ "Showest Awards: Past Award Winners" (Web). showest.com. ShoWest (Nielsen Business Media Film Group). Retrieved on 2008-08-18.
^ "'Brokeback Mountain' leads Golden Globe nominations". CNN (2005-12-13). Retrieved on 2008-07-17.
^ "The San Francisco Film Critics Circle" (Web). San Francisco Film. splicedwire.com (2005-12-12). Retrieved on 2008-07-17.
^ Jen Chaney (2005-12-15). "'Mountain' Man Ledger's Steady Climb to the Top" (Web). Washington Post. washingtonpost.com. Retrieved on 2008-07-17.
^ "HFPA - Awards Search" (Web). Golden Globes Official Website. goldenglobes.org. Retrieved on 2008-07-17.
^ "Results Page - Academy Awards Database". Awards Database. Retrieved on 2008-07-17.
^ Stephen Holden (2005-12-09). "Film Review - Brokeback Mountain - Riding the High Country, Finding and Losing Love" (Web), nytimes.com, p. 1. Retrieved on 17 August 2007.
^ Peter Travers (2005-12-01). "Review: Brokeback Mountain", Rolling Stone, rollingstone.com. Retrieved on 27 April 2008.
^ Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (2006-07-05). "Press Releases: Academy Invites 120 to Membership" (Web), oscars.org. Retrieved on 18 August 2008.
^ Honie Stevens (2007-11-18). "Squaring the Ledger" (Web), The Daily Telegraph, news.com.au. Retrieved on 24 July 2008.
^ a b c d Sarah Lyall (2007-11-04). "Movies: In Stetson or Wig, He's Hard to Pin Down" (Web), The New York Times, Movies, nytimes.com. Retrieved on 18 August 2008.
^ Dan Jolin (January 2008). "Fear Has a Face". Empire (Bauer Verlagsgruppe) 223: 87–88. http://www.empireonline.com/magazine/covers/image.asp?id=24227&gallery=1365&caption=%23223%20%28January%202008%29. Retrieved on 8 July 2008.
^ Dan Jolin (July 2008). "The Dark Knight". Empire (Bauer Verlagsgruppe) 229: 92–100. http://www.empireonline.com/magazine/covers/image.asp?id=27819&gallery=1365&caption=%23229+%28July+2008%29. Retrieved on 18 August 2008.
^ Olly Richards (2007-11-28). "World Exclusive: The Joker Speaks: He's a Cold-blooded Mass-murdering Clown" (Web), Empire, Bauer Verlagsgruppe. Retrieved on 18 August 2008.
^ "Music: Cause An Effect – N'Fa" (Web). The Scene. thescene.com.au. Retrieved on 2008-03-05.
^ "Seduction Is Evil" (Web). Inertia Catalogue. inertia.net (2006-10-28). Retrieved on 2008-03-05.
^ Andrew Drever (2006-08-21). "N'Fa: Frontman for 1200 Techniques May Be Doing Solo Work, But Everything's Cool" (Web), The Age, theage.com.au, p. 2. Retrieved on 5 March 2008.
^ "Heath Ledger Teams Up with Ben Harper to Launch New Record Label" (Web). Starpulse Entertainment News Blog. starpulse.com (2007-02-14). Retrieved on 2008-03-05.
^ a b c Jim Fraenkel and Rodrigo Perez (2008-01-22). "Heath Ledger's Video for Nick Drake Song: Eerie Postscript to Actor's Death" (Web), MTV, MTV.com. Retrieved on 18 March 2008. "The video [for 'Black Eyed Dog'], which has not been released commercially and has apparently not yet leaked to the Web, has been screened just twice, once last Labor Day weekend [2007] at the Bumbershoot festival in Seattle and a second time in October [2007] at 'A Place to Be,' an event honoring Drake held in Los Angeles."
^ Anthony Storr (1990). Churchill's Black Dog and Other Phenomena of the Human Mind. HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 1997. ISBN 9780006375661.
^ "Egyptian Theatre Programming" (PDF). American Cinematheque Film Calendar. americacinematheque.com (2007-10-05). Retrieved on 2008-03-18. "This very special evening celebrating [Drake's] life and music includes films, guests and a unique art and photographic exhibit. It includes the World Theatrical Premiere of 'Their Place: Reflections On Nick Drake', 2007, Bryter Music, 30 min. Various Directors - a series of short filmed homages to Nick Drake - created by admirers including Heath Ledger, Jonas Mekas and Tim Pope. (NOT ON DVD!) ..."
^ Daniel Kreps (2008-02-29). "Footage from Heath Ledger's Nick Drake Video Surfaces" (Web). Rolling Stone (rollingstone.com (Rock & Roll Daily)). http://www.rollingstone.com/rockdaily/index.php/2008/02/29/footage-from-heath-ledgers-nick-drake-video-surfaces/. Retrieved on 18 March 2008. "The video, for Drake’s posthumously released song 'Black Eyed Dog,' was filmed by the actor in late 2007 and included in a multimedia installment about Drake called 'A Place to Be.' The project was only screened publicly twice before the actor's death, and the Ledger family said the 'Black Eyed Dog' video would not be released.".
^ "A Place To Be: Reflections Of Nick Drake". A Place To Be. Retrieved on 2008-03-18. "A Place To Be: a collection, a celebration, in film, photography, painting, drawing and prose, of the impact the music of Nick Drake has had on other artists" ("Introductory film" includes excerpts of the music video, Black Eyed Dog, by Heath Ledger, among others.)
^ Drake's song "Black Eyed Dog" is featured as track number five on the soundtrack album for the 1974 film Practical Magic, directed by Griffin Dunne and starring Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman.
^ Rob Sharp and Allan Shiach (2008-03-18). "Heath Ledger–A Prophetic Tragedy" (Web), The Independent, independent.co.uk (Arts: Entertainment: Film and TV: Features). Retrieved on 20 March 2008. "Until last month [January 2008] he [Allan Schiach, aka Allan Scott,] was working with the late Heath Ledger on a film adaptation of Walter Tevis's 1983 novel The Queen's Gambit, about a chess prodigy's chequered history. The Australian actor was pencilled in to direct and star alongside the Oscar-nominated actress Ellen Page."
^ a b WENN (World Entertainment News Network) (2006-01-12). "Ledger Slams Spitting Claims" (Web), SFGate.com. Retrieved on 23 January 2008.
^ a b c Claire Sutherland and Mark Moor (2006-01-11). "Heath Ledger Angry At Ban" (Web), Herald Sun, news.com.au, p. 3. Retrieved on 23 January 2008.
^ AAP (2006-01-14). "Sprayed Heath Flies Out" (Web), The Sydney Morning Herald, smh.com.au. Retrieved on 5 February 2008.
^ Emily Dunn and Richard Jinman (2008-01-24). "How a Triumphant Return Turned Sour" (Web), The Sydney Morning Herald, smh.com.au, p. 1. Retrieved on 5 February 2008.
^ Elizabeth Snead (2006-01-30). "Ledger's Strange SAG Behavior" (Web). The Los Angeles Times Blogss. latimes.com. Retrieved on 2008-01-23.
^ Elizabeth Snead (2006-02-03). "Heath Explains His SAG Giggles" (Web). The Los Angeles Times Blogs. latimes.com. Retrieved on 2008-01-23.
^ "Ledger in Damage Control" (Web), The Age, theage.com (2006-02-12). Retrieved on 17 August 2007.
^ Joe Morris (2006-01-16). "'Brokeback' Actor Has W. Va. All Wrong" (Web), The Charleston Gazette, wvgazette.com, via joemorris.info. Retrieved on 24 February 2008.
^ a b Natasha Stoynoff (2008-01-28). "Show Will Go On for Heath's Last Movie, Says CoStar", People, people.com. Retrieved on 5 February 2008.
^ UPI (2008-03-16). "Williams Recalls Ledger As Vulnerable" (Web), NewsTrack/Entertainment, upi.com. Retrieved on 16 March 2008.
^ a b c Andy Newman and Al Baker (2008-01-24). "Autopsy on Actor Is Inconclusive As Calls for Help Are Revealed" (Web), The New York Times, nytimes.com. Retrieved on 18 March 2008.
^ "News: Housekeeper, Masseuse Found Ledger's Body" (Web), WNBC, wnbc.com (NBC Universal) (2008-01-24). Retrieved on 7 August 2008. (As updated 25 January 2008.)
^ "Heath Ledger Loved Life, Family Tell", The Daily Telegraph, news.com.au (2008-01-23). Retrieved on 23 January 2008.
^ Office of the Prime Minister of Australia (2008-01-22). "Media Release", pm.gov.au. Retrieved on 5 February 2008.
^ Lisa Pendrill (2008-01-25). "Heath's Family Writes of Heartache", The Sunday Times (PerthNow), news.com.au. Retrieved on 2 February 2008.
^ Warner Bros. (2008-01-25). "Heath Memorial", thedarkknight.warnerbros.com. Retrieved on 5 February 2008.
^ "Online Community Pays Tribute to Heath Ledger", 901am.com (2008-01-25). Retrieved on 6 February 2008.
^ Amy Diluna and Joe Neumaier (2008-01-27). "Daniel Day-Lewis Honors Heath Ledger during Screen Actors Guild Awards", New York Daily News, nydailynews.com. Retrieved on 16 February 2008.
^ Beth Harris (AP Writer) (2008-02-28). "Day-Lewis Dedicates Award to Ledger: Daniel Day-Lewis Dedicates His Screen Actors Guild Award to Heath Ledger", ABC News, abcnews.go.com (Entertainment). Retrieved on 16 March 2008. "That scene in the trailer at the end of the film is as moving as anything I think I've ever seen."
^ "Michelle Wiliams: Heath Ledger Has Broken My Heart" (Web), The Daily Telegraph, news.com.au (2008-02-01). Retrieved on 1 February 2008.
^ "Michelle Williams Breaks Silence on Heath's Death" (Web), People Magazine, people.com (Time Inc.) (2008-02-01). Retrieved on 2 February 2008.
^ a b AAP (2008-02-06). "Heath Ledger's Family Returns to Perth", The Sunday Times (PerthNow), news.com.au. Retrieved on 6 February 2008.
^ Stephen M. Silverman (2008-02-04). "Heath Ledger's Family Heads Home", People Magazine, People.com. Retrieved on 4 February 2008.
^ a b Brenda Rodriguez (2008-02-05). "A Sorrowful Return to Australia for Heath Ledger's Family", People Magazine, People.com. Retrieved on 5 February 2008.
^ AAP (2008-02-09). "Heath Ledger Farewelled at Perth Funeral", news.com.au. Retrieved on 9 February 2008.
^ Associated Press (2008-02-06). "Reports: Michelle Williams Arrives in Perth for Heath Ledger's Funeral", International Herald Tribune. Retrieved on 7 February 2008.
^ a b Michelle Cazzalino (in Perth) and Ellen Connolly (2008-02-10). "Last, Sad Farewell for Heath", The Sunday Telegraph, LexisNexis.com, p. 5 (Local; State Ed. and Country Main Ed.). Retrieved on 12 February 2008.
^ "Summary Of Record Information: Heath Andrew Ledger" (Web). Karrakatta Cemetery. mcb.wa.gov.au (Metropolitan Cemeteries Board, Western Australia). Retrieved on 2008-08-07.
^ Michelle Cazzulino and Stephen Corby (2008-02-10). "Entertainment: Top Stories: Star Swim at Heath Ledger's Farewell: Ledger Wake Held in Perth", www.news.com. Retrieved on 9 February 2008.
^ Wendy Caccetta and Nicole Cox (2008-02-10). "Beach Tribute to Heath Ledger", The Courier Mail, www.news.com.au. Retrieved on 9 February 2008.
^ Michelle Cazzulino and Stephen Corby (2008-02-10). "Michelle Williams Swims at Heath Ledger's Wake", The Daily Telegraph, news.com.au. Retrieved on 10 February 2008.
^ Jane Hammond and Phillipa Prior (2008-02-09). "Celebrities, Friends and Family Remember a Local Star", The West Australian. Retrieved on 9 February 2008.
^ Paul Lieberman (2008-02-06). "Heath Ledger's Death Ruled Accidental Overdose", The Los Angeles Times, LATimes.com. Retrieved on 6 February 2008.
^ a b Larry King (2008-02-06). "Video: Larry King Live: Ledger Death" (Web Video clip), Larry King Live, CNN. Retrieved on 5 February 2008. "CNN's Larry King talks to guests about the finding that actor Heath Ledger died from an accidental drug overdose."
^ Chris Harris (2008-01-24). "Heath Ledger's Last Hours: New Details Emerge" (Web), MTV Movie News, mtv.com (MTV Networks). Retrieved on 8 August 2008.
^ Peter Mitchell (2008-02-07). "Heath Ledger Death Results Delayed" (Web), The Daily Telegraph, news.com.au. Retrieved on 5 February 2008.
^ "Home deaths from Drug Errors Soar", CNN, cnn.com (Associated Press) (2008-07-28). Retrieved on 4 August 2008. "Deaths from medication mistakes at home, such as actor Heath Ledger's accidental overdose, rose dramatically during the past two decades, an analysis of U.S. death certificates finds. ... The findings, based on nearly 50 million U.S. death certificates, are published in Monday [4 August 2008]'s Archives of Internal Medicine. Of those, more than 224,000 involved fatal medication errors, including overdoses and mixing prescription drugs with alcohol or street drugs. ... Deaths from medication mistakes at home increased from 1,132 deaths in 1983 to 12,426 in 2004. Adjusted for population growth, that amounts to an increase of more than 700 percent during that time."
^ WENN (World Entertainment News Network) (2008-02-29). "Heath Ledger Doctors Cleared", Hollywood.com, Hollywood Media Corp.. Retrieved on 5 March 2008.
^ Nicole Weisensee Egan (2008-02-28). "Report: Doctors Cleared in Ledger Investigation", People, people.com. Retrieved on 5 March 2008.
^ Murray Weiss (2008-08-04). "Olsen to Heath Feds: Let's Deal: Demands Immunity from Probers" (Web), New York Post, nypost.com (News Corporation). Retrieved on 4 August 2008.
^ "Official: Mark-Kate Olsen silent on Ledger OD" (Web). Associated Press. MSNBC (2008-08-04). Retrieved on 2008-10-27.
^ Staff and Agencies (2008-08-05). "Mary-Kate Olsen Denies Supplying Heath Ledger with Drugs" (Web), The Guardian, guardian.co.uk (Guardian Media Group). Retrieved on 5 August 2008.
^ "Olsen Seeks Immunity over Ledger" (Web), BBC News, BBC (2008-08-05). Retrieved on 5 August 2008.
^ "Lawyer: Mary-Kate Olsen Had 'Nothing to Do' with Heath Ledger's Drugs" (Web), People, people.com (Time Inc.) (2008-08-04). Retrieved on 5 August 2008.
^ Nicole Weisensee Egan (2008-08-06). "Source: Feds Officially Close Heath Ledger Investigation" (Web), People, people.com (Time Inc.). Retrieved on 6 August 2008.
^ a b Shawn Adler (2008-08-06). "Heath Ledger Investigation Reportedly Closed; Mary-Kate Olsen Won't Have to Testify: U.S. Attorney's Office Filed No Charges Before Closing Probe into Actor's Overdose Death" (Web), MTV.com, MTV. Retrieved on 6 August 2008.
^ Fox News and the Associated Press (2008-08-06). "Investigation into Heath Ledger's Death Closed" (Web), Fox News, foxnews.com (News Corporation). Retrieved on 6 August 2008.
^ Heath Ledger (2008-03-27). "Last Will & Testament" (Web). TMZ.com (Documents). aolcdn.com (reposted on 12 April 2008). Retrieved on 2008-04-23.
^ TMZ staff (2008-03-27). "Celebrity Justice: Heath's Will -- No Joke", TMZ.com (blog), tmz.com. Retrieved on 23 April 2008.
^ a b "Ledger's Uncles: Michelle Williams May Have to Fight for Matilda’s Inheritance" (Web), Fox News, foxnews.com (2008-03-10). Retrieved on 23 April 2008. "Kim Ledger moved quickly to deny his granddaughter and Michelle Williams would be left without an inheritance and said Matilda was his family's absolute priority. 'Matilda is our absolute priority and Michelle is an integral part of our family ... They will be taken care of and that's how Heath would want it to be,' Kim Ledger says in the statement. ... The uncles estimated their nephew's estate would be worth Australian $20 million after his earnings from the latest 'Batman' movie were calculated."
^ Sean Cowan (2008-03-15). "Ledger Feud Grows Over 'second' Will", The Age, theage.com.au. Retrieved on 15 March 2008. "Some of Heath Ledger's relatives may be planning a legal challenge against his will after it emerged the actor may have written a second will after his daughter was born, leaving most of his multimillion-dollar fortune to her. ... Ledger's second will, which is understood to be unsigned, was reportedly drawn up after Matilda's birth. ... The looming battle over which of Ledger's wills should be used to divide his estate ... has caused waves on this side of the Pacific, with his uncles Mike and Haydn Ledger accusing their brother — and Heath's father — Kim of mismanaging their late grandfather's [A]$2 million estate. ... Kim Ledger hit back this week, issuing a statement claiming his estranged brothers did not know what they were talking about. ... Under the terms of the first will, the division of the estate will be managed by Kim Ledger's former business colleague Robert John Collins and Geraldton accountant William Mark Dyson."
^ Peter Mitchell (2008-09-03). "Ledger's Estate Sells His Hollywood Hills Home", news.com.au, News Limited. Retrieved on 2 September 2008. "[According to Los Angeles County public records], Heath Ledger's estate has sold ... [his] Hollywood Hills home ... for [US]$US2.5 million ($A2.99 million) [in May 2008]."
^ Melissa Castellanos (2008-03-24). "Williams' Dad Questions Ledger's Will: Larry Williams Wants Kim Ledger To Explain Why Estate Is Valued At Only $145,000", Showbuzz, cbsnews.com. Retrieved on 30 March 2008.
^ Gemma Jones and Janet Fife-Yeomans (2008-03-31). "Did Heath Ledger Father a Secret Love Child?", The Daily Telegraph, news.com.au. Retrieved on 25 July 2008. "The April will lists only [US]$145,000 in assets and names the late actor's father, Kim, mother Sally Bell, sister Kate Ledger and half sisters Olivia Ledger and Ashleigh Bell as the only beneficiaries. The New York documents also acknowledge Matilda Rose, as Ledger's only known child, as an interested party."
^ Garry Maddox (2009-03-29). "Good Will Hunting", The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved on 30 March 2008. "Beyond the tangled web of Heath Ledger's estate, two final films and his celebrated Brokeback performance ensure the money will keep flowing."
^ Nick Squires (2008-04-01). "Heath Ledger 'fathered a secret love child' " (Web), The Daily Telegraph (UK), Telegraph.co.uk. Retrieved on 6 August 2008. "If the claims are proved to be true, Ledger's multi-million pound estate would have to be divided between the child he fathered in his teens and his two-year-old daughter, Matilda Rose, whose mother is Hollywood actress Michelle Williams. ... The actor's parents, Kim and Sally Ledger, have declined to comment on the reports [based on comments by other family members, including his uncle Haydn Ledger]."
^ "Denied: No Love Child for Heath Ledger" (Web), OK!, okmagazine.com (OK! Magazine, Northern & Shell North America Ltd.) (2008-04-03). Retrieved on 6 August 2008.
^ "Heath Ledger's Uncle: Love Child Reports Are 'absolutely beserk' " (Web), Us Weekly, usmagazine.com (Wenner Media LLC) (2008-04-03). Retrieved on 6 August 2008.
^ a b Janet Fife-Yeomans (2008-07-15). "Entertainment: Heath Ledger's Daughter Matilda's Estate Claim Decision" (Web), news.com.au, News Limited. Retrieved on 10 August 2008. "[Matilda Rose's] mother, actor Michelle Williams, will have to officially lodge a claim with the court supported by an affadavit which could end up in the public domain, legal experts said."
^ a b Joyce Eng (2008-09-29). "Heath Ledger's Daughter to Inherit Estate" (Web), tvguide.com (Community Blog entry), OpenGate Capital. Retrieved on 11 December 2008.
^ a b Associated Press (2008-09-29). "Ledger's Daughter to Inherit Late Actor's Estate" (Web), AOL Australia Celebrity Channel, AOL Australia. Retrieved on 11 December 2008.
^ Michelle Nichols (2008-10-29). "Elvis Ranked Top-earning Dead Celebrity" (Web). Reuters.com. Thomson Reuters. Retrieved on 2008-12-10. "Forbes.com said it spoke to experts and sources inside the dead celebrities' estates and researched gross earnings, before taxes, management fees and other costs, from the period of October 2007 to October 2008 to come up with the rankings." Based on its estimates, Nichols reports, Forbes.com ranks Ledger as third among the world's highest-earning deceased celebrities for that year, following Elvis Presley (1) and Charles M. Schulz (2).
^ a b Larry Carroll (2008-03-18). "'Dark Knight' Stars, Director Want Film To 'Celebrate' Heath Ledger's Work" (Web), MTV (Movies), mtv.com. Retrieved on 27 April 2008.
^ WENN (World Entertainment News Network) (2008-01-28). "Gilliam Trying to Save Last Ledger Film", Hollywood.com, Hollywood Media Corp.. Retrieved on 2 February 2008.
^ Matt Brady (2008-01-23). "Heath Ledger Dies" (Web), Newsarama (Forum), forum.newsarama.com. Retrieved on 22 January 2008.
^ "Moriarty" (2008-02-15). "AICN exclusive! We Know Who’s Paying Tribute To Heath Ledger In Dr. Parnassus Now!" (Web), aintitcool.com, Ain't It Cool News (Harry Knowles). Retrieved on 17 February 2008.
^ Shawn Adler (2008-02-15). "Heath Ledger's Final Film To Go Forward - With Johnny Depp, Jude Law, Colin Farrell in His Role", MTV. Retrieved on 15 February 2008. "Report: The three actors have signed on to complete film. ... Heath Ledger died last month at the age of 28, but his final performance will live on - thanks to a little creativity and some famous friends. ... Johnny Depp, Jude Law and Colin Farrell have all signed on to film scenes as Ledger's character in Terry Gilliam's 'The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus,' a magical re-telling of the Faust story, according to Aintitcoolnews.com. The announcement serves as a memorial tribute to the man many have called one of the best actors of his generation."
^ "Arts Briefly: Three Actors Replace Heath Ledger" (Web), The New York Times, The New York Times Company (2008-02-19). Retrieved on 19 February 2008. "Jude Law, Colin Farrell, and Johnny Depp ... will replace Heath Ledger ... in the film he was starring in when he died last month, Ain't It Cool News reported. ... Mr. Ledger was playing a character who is transported into three separate dimensions. These will now be inhabited, instead, by Mr. Depp, Mr. Law and Mr. Farrell."
^ "Trio Give Fees to Ledger's Child" (Web), BBC News, bbc.co.uk (BBC) (2008-08-19). Retrieved on 20 August 2008. "The trio of actors who replaced Heath Ledger in his final film have donated their fees for the movie to the late star's young daughter. ... Gilliam said: 'They didn't take money – it goes to Heath's daughter. ... The great thing about it was that when Heath died those three actors came along and saved the day. It's now four actors creating one character.' "
^ Scott Brown. "Dark Knight Director Shuns Digital Effects for the Real Thing" (Web). Wired (wired.com (Condé Nast Publications)) (24 June 2008). http://www.wired.com/entertainment/hollywood/magazine/16-07/ff_darknight?currentPage=all. Retrieved on 24 June 2008.
^ "Dark Knight Dedicated to Ledger" (Web), BBC News Online, bbc.co.uk (2008-06-27). Retrieved on 27 June 2008. "The special tribute reads: 'In memory of our friends Heath Ledger and Conway Wickliffe'."
^ Brandon Gray (2008-07-23). "News: 'Dark Knight' Begins Smashingly" (Web). Box Office Mojo. boxofficemojo.com. Retrieved on 2008-08-02. "'I give credit to [Dark Knight writer-director] [sic] Christopher Nolan,' said Dan Fellman, Warner Bros.' president of distribution. 'With Batman Begins, he picked up on the last Batman [Batman and Robin] [sic], which was down to $107 million, and started a new franchise. We did $205 million, almost double. With strong DVD sales and terrific showings on television, we built a bigger audience base.' Fellman also credited The Dark Knight's trailer, the Joker villain, Heath Ledger's performance and positive early reviews among other factors. 'All of this led to the groundswell,' Fellman added."
^ David Denby. "The Current Cinema: Past Shock: 'The Dark Knight' and 'WALL-E' " (Web). The New Yorker (newyorker.com (Condé Nast Publications)) (21 July 2008): 92–93. http://www.newyorker.com/arts/critics/cinema/2008/07/21/080721crci_cinema_denby. Retrieved on 17 July 2008. "When Ledger wields a knife, he is thoroughly terrifying (do not, despite the PG-13 rating, bring the children), and, as you're watching him, you can't help wondering—in a response that admittedly lies outside film criticism—how badly he messed himself up in order to play the role this way.". (Postdated)
^ "Christian Bale: Blaming Heath Ledger's Death on Joker Role Is 'Rude' " (Web). US Weekly (usmagazine.com (Wenner Media LLC)) (14 July 2008). http://www.usmagazine.com/christian-bale-blaming-heath-ledgers-death-on-joker-role-is-rude. Retrieved on 3 August 2008. "Christian Bale, who plays Batman in The Dark Knight, says it is inaccurate to blame co-star Heath Ledger's death on his role as the Joker. ... 'Personally, I find it to be a complete lack of understanding of acting,' the actor, 34, told Matt Lauer on Today Monday [14 July 2008] (Watch above ). ...'I also found it very rude to try to create some kind of a sound bite for such a tragedy,' Bale said. 'The man was a complex man, he [was] a good man. I saw him as having nothing but the best time playing the Joker.' ". [Includes video clip and related hyperlinks.]
^ Jessica Herndon. "Britney Spears, Heath Ledger Get People's Choice Nods" (Web), People, Time Inc. (Time Warner)date=2008-11-10. Retrieved on 11 December 2008.
^ Nina Hämmerling Smith (2008-07-28). "Movie News: Ledger's Knight Costars Call for Posthumous Oscar" (Web). tvguide.com (Community: TV Guide Editors' Blog entry). OpenGate Capital. Retrieved on 2008-12-11.
^ Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (2008-08-04). "Key Dates Announced for 81st Academy Awards®". Press release. Retrieved on 11 December 2008.
^ Christopher Campbell (2007-10-09). "Details about Terry Gilliam's 'The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus'" (Web). Cinematical.com. Moviefone (AOL). Retrieved on 2008-08-02. "[via Rotten Tomatoes]."
^ Heather Adler (2007-04-10). "(Not So) Modest Mouse Speaks" (Web). dose.ca. Canwest Interactive. Retrieved on 2008-12-12. "Hunky Hollywood actor Heath Ledger has even signed up to create a video for an unreleased track with legendary animator Terry Gilliam of Monty Python fame. ... 'We kind of befriended Heath Ledger awhile back through our tour manager and he'd been wanting to do a video,' [lead singer and guitarist Isaac] Brock explains. 'Just recently, a couple of days ago, he [Ledger] said Terry Gilliam wants to animate it. ... It's for a song that's not even on the record. It's called "King Rat." ' ... The song will also be available on a forthcoming Modest Mouse EP that will feature tracks that didn't make it onto We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank. Brock says he isn't sure when the second disc will be ready due to time constraints...."

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