Some famous actors are stepping up to help Heath's little girl.
|When Heath Ledger died on January 22, 2008, he was in the middle of filming The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus. Johnny Depp, Jude Law and Colin Farrell stepped in to play versions of Heath's character -- made possible because the story crosses from London to parallel worlds.
Since the movie wrapped, it has been revealed that the actors are donating their paychecks from the film to Heath's daughter, Matilda. Heath hadn't updated his will before his death to include Michelle Williams or his 2-year-old daughter. Matilda's claim to Ledger's entire estate -- likely to be worth up to $20 million -- is to be decided in an Australian court, it was reported last month.
Three A-list actors donating their earnings to help a friend's child--definitely thoughtful and--to be honest--kind of makes them that much hotter, don't you think?
But, one could argue that Matilda--if she ends up with her dad's money--doesn't really need more, does she? Never mind the fact that Michelle Williams isn't exactly waiting tables at night to pay the bills.
What do you think--More money for Matilda or cash to other kids?
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