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Ledger died in January, 2008 before he completed work on Terry Gilliam's fantasy film The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus; Johnny Depp, Jude Law and Colin Farrell stepped in to complete his part in the movie.
And though film reviewers have been kind to the late actor in his final role, they've not been so taken by Gilliam or his film, which premiered at Cannes this week (beg18May09).
Britain's TimesOnline critic James Christopher writes, "Ledger is a marvel to watch," but insists the plot of the film is "slim, incomprehensible, and desperately unconvincing".
He goes on to suggest the film "could have benefited with a lot more hard story and a lot less whimsy".
And Guardian critic Peter Bradshaw insists the film is "amiable" but "could be for fans only," adding "the film's convoluted curlicues are tiring, insisting too loudly on how 'imaginative' everything is". (WENN/KL/WNWC/MT)
Biel, 27, enrolled for courses at Massachusetts' Tufts University but quit school within a year-and-a-half to film The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, a 2003 remake of the 1974 horror film.
And Biel still scolds herself for turning her back on her school books despite her success as a Hollywood actress - because she missed out on making memories with her peers.
She tells America's Allure magazine, "I wish I would have had that time that my girlfriends all had. I wish I would have lived in that crappy, nasty brownstone that they all lived in. If I had to do it again, I would have stuck around and finished it out."
Justin Timberlake's girlfriend is anxiously awaiting her one-off song and dance performance of beloved musical GUYS & DOLLS at the Hollywood Bowl this summer (09).
She revealed: "You can tell I'm nervous... I'm moving in my fear already."
Katie - who will be accompanied by husband Tom Cruise and their three-year-old daughter Suri - told the USA Today newspaper: "I'm really looking forward to it.
“The movie is really character-driven. It's really her journey becoming a mother. In the midst of that, there are unexpected scares.”
Meanwhile, Katie will portray the sister of Iraq war veteran Jose Pequeno - who suffered a serious brain injury in combat - in the 20th anniversary National Memorial Day Concert in Washington on Sunday (05.24.09) and believes the role is a “gift”.
She said: "It's important to tell these stories and honour the sacrifice and service of these men and women and their families. It’s a real gift to be able to portray an American of such strength. I'm excited. I want to do justice to her story."
Jose and his family – including his sister Elizabeth, who Katie will portray – will be in the audience for the event, as will Katie’s family, who she says are “very excited” about her appearance.
The 30-year-old actress will appear in the production alongside her ‘All My Sons’ co-star Dianne Wiest and the Hollywood pair are delighted to be working together again.
Dianne said: "There is something courageous and deeply giving about Katie, and there is a modesty and grace to her generosity. The remarkable woman she plays in the concert will be well-served."