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Who Plays Joker at End of Batman?

When it comes to the iconic character of Joker, there have been many actors who have brought their own unique take on the character. However, one portrayal that stands out among all others is the Joker played by Heath Ledger in the 2008 film “The Dark Knight”.

But who played Joker at the end of Batman? Let’s take a closer look.

Firstly, it’s important to note that there are different interpretations of what actually happens to the Joker at the end of “The Dark Knight”. Some fans believe that he dies, while others think that he was captured and sent back to Arkham Asylum.

Regardless of what happened to him, one thing is certain – Heath Ledger was the actor who portrayed the Joker throughout most of “The Dark Knight”. His performance was nothing short of exceptional and earned him a posthumous Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.

Ledger’s interpretation of the character was darker and more twisted than any previous portrayal. He brought a sense of unpredictability and chaos to the role that made him all the more terrifying. From his scarred face and smeared makeup to his menacing cackle, Ledger’s Joker was a force to be reckoned with.

However, it’s worth noting that there was a brief moment at the end of “The Dark Knight” where another actor stepped in to play Joker. This was due to Ledger passing away before filming had finished. In order to complete some remaining scenes, director Christopher Nolan enlisted actor Johnny Depp as a stand-in for Ledger.

Depp’s appearance as Joker is very brief – he appears only in a few shots towards the end of the film. However, his presence is still felt, as he wears Ledger’s makeup and costume in homage to his performance.

In conclusion, while there are some who believe that Joker died at the end of “The Dark Knight”, we may never know for sure what happened to him. But one thing is for certain – Heath Ledger’s portrayal of the character will forever be remembered as one of the greatest performances in cinematic history. And while Johnny Depp did briefly step in to play Joker, it was Ledger who truly brought the character to life.