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The Dark Knight is Ten Years Old, So Here's a Look Back

Featuring Heath Ledger's iconic performance as The Joker.
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Director Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy still captivates film and comic book fans alike. A darker, more serious retelling of the story of the Caped Crusader, it changed the superhero genre from popcorn entertainment into prestige cinema. In the second film, The Dark Knight, Aaron Eckhart delivered an incredible performance as Gotham's complicated district attorney Harvey Dent, and Heath Ledger's Joker is widely considered one of the best on-screen villains of all time. Ten years later, take a look back on its set and the cast and crew that brought it all to life.

Christopher Nolan and Christian Bale shoot a scene on the set of The Dark Knight. IMAGE: Warner Bros.
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Heath Ledger on set of The Dark Knight. IMAGE: Warner Bros.

Christopher Nolan on set of The Dark Knight. IMAGE: Warner Bros.
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Christopher Nolan gives direction to Aaron Eckhart on set of The Dark Knight. IMAGE: Warner Bros.

Christopher Nolan and Heath Ledger on set of The Dark Knight. IMAGE: Warner Bros.
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Christopher Nolan, Heath Ledger, and Christian Bale on set of The Dark Knight. IMAGE: Warner Bros.

Christopher Nolan, Michael Caine, and Christian Bale on set of The Dark Knight. IMAGE: Warner Bros.
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Christopher Nolan and Aaron Eckhart on set of The Dark Knight. IMAGE: Warner Bros.

Christopher Nolan, Morgan Freeman, and Christian Bale on set of The Dark Knight. IMAGE: Warner Bros.
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Christopher Nolan on set of The Dark Knight. IMAGE: Warner Bros.

This story originally appeared on Esquire.com.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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