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"I just got the call [Tuesday] saying everyone was being let go," the on-set source tells Usmagazine.com. "We were supposed to start this weekend, but obviously they fired everyone today. "They don't know yet what they are doing with the footage that was already shot. "Right now, everyone is in complete shock and can"t even speak," the on-set source says.
He will posthumously be seen on the big screen when 'The Dark Knight", the sequel to the 2005 c, debuts on July 18, 2008. Ledger played the villain The Joker in the movie.