Online community pays tribute to Heath Ledger
The online community mourns for the tragic and untimely passing of â€œBrokeback Mountainâ€ actor Heath Ledger, creating too much buzz around the blogosphere and tributes in different social networking sites such as Facebook.
Shortly after Ledgerâ€™s heartbreaking death, some users did not waste time to create a group called Heath Ledger (1979 â€“ 2008). Another group called Heath Ledger Memorial already gathered about 38,000 fans.
What is unfortunate is that a group is taking advantage of his death to grab media attention. Iâ€™m talking about the loony Westboro Baptist Church (WBC) and its plan to picket during his funeral. Perhaps their mentally imbalanced minds failed to separate fiction from reality for they are condemning Ledgerâ€™s soul for they strongly believe â€œGod hates fags & fag-enablers.â€ Maybe they will change their minds once they watch the movie 10 Things I Hate About You. In response, the online community also created a petition against WBC.
Sadly, Ledger is no longer here to listen what the blogosphere and movie critics will say about his rather unconventional performance as Bruce Wayneâ€™s archenemy in the upcoming Batman sequel titled The Dark Knight.