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Michelle Williams says Jeremy Strong helped heal daughter Matilda’s broken heart after Heath Ledger died

Michelle Williams has spoken out about her friendship with Jeremy Strong and his support in the time after Heath Ledger died.The Dark Knight actor accidentally and fatally overdosed on prescription drugs in January 2008.Although Williams and Ledger were no longer in a romantic relationship at the time of his death, the pair shared parental duties of their then two-year-old daughter Matilda.In a new interview, the Fosse/Verdon star opened up about how family and friends, including Strong, rallied around her to help after Ledger died.Strong moved into Williams’ home, along with her sister and another friend. During his time there,...
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Michelle Williams Is a Proud Mom! Meet Her Kids With Thomas Kail and Heath Ledger Amid Baby No. 3

Actress Michelle Williams is pregnant with baby No. 3, and she’s already a proud mom to two amazing kids. The Manchester By the Sea star shares son Hart with her husband, Thomas Kail, whom she married in March 2020 months before she gave birth to their first child together in June 2020. Michelle is also a mom to her teenage daughter, Matilda, from her prior relationship with late actor Heath Ledger.
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Heath Ledger and Michelle Williams’ Daughter Matilda Is All Grown Up! See Her Transformation Photos

She’s all grown up! Heath Ledger and Michelle Williams welcomed their daughter, Matilda Rose, in October 2005, and she’s the spitting image of her late father. “Every time I really miss him and wonder where he’s gone, I just look at her,” the My Week With Marilyn actress told Vogue in 2009 about her former partner. Michelle and Heath met on the set of 2005’s Brokeback Mountain and started dating shortly thereafter. They were together until October 2007, and Heath died in January 2008 following an accidental overdose.
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Heath Ledger was supposed to be in ‘No Country for Old Men’

You can’t improve on perfection supposedly but adding Heath Ledger to your film’s cast would be a good way to try. It turns out that the Aussie icon was all set to feature in 2007’s No Country for Old Men. No, not as the villainous Anton Chigurh – it’s impossible to imagine anyone other than Javier Bardem in that role now – but as Llewelyn Moss, eventually ably played by Josh Brolin.
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Superman & Lois: Jordan Elsass Explains How Heath Ledger's Joker Influenced Bizarro Jon

Superman & Lois returned on Tuesday with "Bizarros in a Bizarro World", an episode that gave viewers some insight on how Ally Allston rose to power in the Inverse World as well how Bizarro ended up in Superman's world. The episode also saw the origin of Jon El, the Inverse World's Jonathan (or Bizarro Jon, if you will) as well the reveal that despite his seemingly benign arrival on Earth in "30 Days and 30 Nights", Jon El isn't a hero at all. Turns out, Jon El is a full-on villain, aligned with Ally Allston, and even someone who has killed in furtherance of her agenda. Considering that series star Alex Garfin, who plays Jordan Kent on The CW series, previously spoke about how Jonathan actor Jordan Elsass is a huge fan of Heath Ledger's Joker from The Dark Knight, the idea that Jon El would be a villain isn't a major surprise, but now Elsass explains how his own villain turn was inspired by Ledger.
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