Producers working on Heath Ledger‘s final film have vowed not to alter the tragic star’s last performance, even though the actor never got the chance to complete the project before his untimely death.
A statement released by the movie’s producers reads, “Since the format of the story allows for the preservation of his entire performance, at no point will Heath‘s work be modified or altered through the use of digital technology.
“We are looking forward to finishing the movie and, through the film, with a modicum of humility, being able to touch people’s hearts and souls as Heath was able to do.”
Ledger had finished shooting scenes for the fantasy movie in London just days before he was found dead in his New York apartment in January.
Toxicology results released last month revealed Ledger was killed by an accidental overdose of prescribed medications.
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