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No Two-Face in "Dark Knight" Sequel

Posted: August 13th, 2008 by WorstPreviews.com Staff
No Two-Face in "Dark Knight" SequelSubmit Comment
While many people went to see "The Dark Knight," only a few know exactly what happened at the end of the movie. If you have not seen "Knight" yet, do not keep reading.

SPOILERS AHEAD:

At the end of the film, Harvey Dent/Two-Face apparently fell to his death during a standoff with Batman and Jim Gordon in a warehouse. Some have suggested that Dent is not dead due to rumors that he will appear in the third Batman movie and the fact that there was no blood. Also, no coffin was seen at the Dent memorial. So could Two-Face be locked away in a hospital or a mental institution?

"The Dark Knight" producer Emma Thomas touched on the topic when IGN brought it up. Unfortunately, her reply was not very helpful, stating that fans could interpret it either way they'd like.

But what were the filmmaker going for? In the movie novelization, author Dennis O'Neil wrote, "Dent was sprawled, neck twisted, the mutilated side of his face exposed, his left eye open and staring sightlessly. He was obviously dead."

And the script by Jonathan and Christopher Nolan -- included in "The Dark Knight: Featuring Production Art and Full Shooting Script" -- states, "Dent lies at the bottom of the hole, his neck broken. DEAD."

So there is your answer. Two-Face will not be returning for part 3.

Click here to read our "The Dark Knight" review.

Source: IGN


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Dinesen writes:
on August 13th, 2008 at 6:09:10 PM

It makes sense as he is a victim of his own words in TDK. "Either you live long enough to see yourself become the villian or your death (If i remember it correct)". Which is exactly what happens from the Jokers Master plan. :)
meanmonkey22 writes:
on August 13th, 2008 at 7:30:17 PM

no, he said either you Die a Hero or live long enough to see yourself become the villain.
i3u7n5 writes:
on August 13th, 2008 at 7:34:56 PM

The line was "either you die a hero or you lie long enough to see yourself become the villain" which is nice foreshadow of things to come regarding Dent BUT, it makes NO sense as far as Dent being "dead". Seeing as how it was the Batman that tackled Dent off the building, he (batman) is responsible for Dent's death (intended or not), he "killed" Dent to save Gordon's family which is a key point of the movie and of the character archetype: The Batman doesn't, rather, wont kill! yet...he did(?)And yes I know, he said to hunt him and now the Batman is the "villain" but to leave it hanging like that w/o a resolution...sorry that's sloppy at best. How will it be resolved in the next film w/o Dent appearing? How will Gotham realize the Batman is the "hero it deserves" while it's "White Knight" lies dead by batman's hand? Let's hope its just a red herring.
the joker writes:
on August 13th, 2008 at 8:15:01 PM

that sucks I was hoping he would be in the third one. I guess they can put the riddler in the next one or recast the joker.
murphyslaw writes:
on August 13th, 2008 at 10:25:01 PM

In my opinion, being that Two-Face is dead, the next villian, which would make the most sense with the franchise, would be the Riddler since Nolan seems to have a keen interest in Batman's villian's that are the more normal people but are just "mad-men". The Riddler fits that description perfectly, as did the Joker and Two-Face. However, the question still remains: Will they recast the Joker? It is obvious, from the way Nolan left it, that the Joker would be coming back. He was left there, alive, swinging from the grappling hook, laughing. Will Nolan have the guts to face the backlash he will receive for recasting? Or will he just have the Joker be a voice from a silohuetter as not to throw away the performance that Ledger so handsomely embelished?
Dinesen writes:
on August 14th, 2008 at 2:05:23 AM

Oh well, my bad. Yes it would be cool to see two-face in a 3rd movie but I think he is dead. Which makes me think it will be hard to put together a great 3rd movie, as Nolan must start partly from scratch with new villians and story. But okay, so did he with the TDK and we all know how that turned out. :)
bacci40 writes:
on August 15th, 2008 at 6:26:24 AM

mistake to kill off two-face...his arc couldve been brilliant...oh well
spm3 writes:
on August 28th, 2008 at 9:47:02 PM

Two Face was not killed. Cause after that whole scene where Batman fell on him; there were some scenes where he was in a car flipping the coin and also there is a video on Dent. http://newsinfilm.com/?p=2072

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