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Batman.Starring the likes of Christian Bale, Heath Ledger and Cillian Murphy - the cast is star-studded and full of Hollywood A-listers.It is the sequel to the 2005 blockbuster Batman Begins, and the second instalment in The Dark Knight Trilogy. READ MORE: Halle Berry, 55, brands herself 'classy' as she bares incredible figure in lacy braIn the film's plot, the superhero Batman, Police Lieutenant James Gordon and District Attorney Harvey Dent form an alliance in a bid to stop crime in Gotham City.With their efforts derailed, the Joker causes chaos to see how much Batman will do in order to save the city.But what about the actors behind the characters? Here at Daily Star we take a look into their lives before and after The Dark KnightChristian, who is 48, has played Batman in movies since 2005.As a child he actually trained in ballet but decided to switch to acting instead.He first stepped into the role for Batman Begins, before doing so again for The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises.The Wales-born Hollywood star was praised for his portrayal in the franchise, but what did he do next?Continuing to act after his blockbuster performance, he has starred in many hit movies like The Prestige, American Hustle, Terminator Salvation, and more recently Thor: Love and Thunder.Away from the big screen, Christian is married to Sandra "Sibi" Blažić, a former model.The pair wed in Las Vegas in January 2000 - meaning they've been married for more than 22 years.The couple share two children - one daughter and one son.Heath Ledger played the role of the Joker in the 2008 movie, which was released nearly six months after his tragic death.
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Barbie blonde locks - the stunning Aussie actress has just debuted a massive transformation for one of her latest film roles.WATCH: Margot Robbie stuns in Chanel lace gown at BAFTAs 2020Born and raised in Queensland, the Oscar nominee is the textbook definition of the Aussie golden girl but for her latest role in the upcoming Hollywood film Amsterdam, Margot looks unrecognisable with brown hair.READ NEXT: Margot Robbie's nightmare audition high on painkillersIn the David O'Russell comedy-drama, Margot plays a nurse in 1930s America who along with two other friends, finds herself caught up in a shocking turn of events.The stellar cast also includes Christian Bale, John David Washington, Anya Taylor Joy, Robert DeNiro and even Taylor Swift. Margot Robbie surprised fans with her brunette locks in the new film.However, we couldn't keep our eyes off the brunette Margot rocking a flawless US accent.Whilst fans may be surprised to see Margot's darker hair, it's not the first time she's experimented as a brunette.READ NEXT: Margot Robbie reveals her biggest career fearAt the 2014 Oscars, the Wolf Of Wall Street star oozed old Hollywood glamour in a strapless black gown with her dark locks loosely curled.Margot has rocked dark hair before.Though she's known for being blonde, Margot revealed in 2014 that she'd had dark hair during her school years."I had it this colour all through high school actually. I always dyed it dark in high school.
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Wizarding World?The UK has some of the most filmed locations in the world, with abbeys, air hangers, film studios and listed buildings becoming the backdrops for both the Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts series.Fans can even explore The Wizarding World at the Harry Potter Studio Tour in London, which is also a working studio where many Hollywood blockbusters have been made - including Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets Of Dumbledore.If you have ever wondered where some of the magical scenes in Fantastic Beasts were made, prepare to learn where you can find them, as Daily Star takes a closer look at some of the locations.One of the first locations to be introduced in the first film of the series, Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, was Cardington Airship Hangers in Bedfordshire.The Grade II listed building, which opened in 1917, once housed the world's longest aircraft and was leased to Warner Brothers, who are the film company behind the Fantastic Beasts film series.Neighbouring Hangar 2 is also home to Cardington Studios, a film and TV production studio, which was also the location for The Batman trilogy starring Christian Bale.However, the Cardington Airship Hangers were transformed into the Port Of New York Docks, which feature at the beginning of the Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, when Zoologist Newt Scamander arrives in America with his suitcase of magical creatures.The location also played a role in the film's final scenes, when Newt says goodbye to Tina and offers to send her a copy of his book when it is written.St Georges Hall in Liverpool has become the backdrop for many Hollywood films in recent years, with the interior acting as the City Hall of New York in Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find
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