Billy dee williams dos caras

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Undoubtedly one of the biggest disappointments for Billy Dee Williams, the actor who played Lando Calrissian in the Star Wars saga, was the fact that he was removed from his role as Harvey Dent when Tim Burton left the Batman saga, meaning that he could not play Two-Face, a character that would be played by Tommy Lee Jones in Batman Forever.

Well, Harvey Dent returns in the form of tokens and his Two-Face persona also in the film The LEGO Batman Movie where the voice will be precisely that of Billy Dee Williams who will finally be able to throw coins in the air, even if it is behind the microphone.

Although it will not be his biggest villain either, as we will also have the Joker (Zack Galifianakis) and a variety of villains that are confirmed as Harley Quinn, Bane and even characters as obscure as The Eraser, King Tut or The March Hare.

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In the first Batman movie, the one by Tim Burton, not the one from the TV series, a novel casting decision was made at the time: Billy Dee Williams, the actor known for his role as Lando in the Star Wars saga, played Harvey Dent, the classic Gotham character who eventually transforms into Two-Face.

But as The Lego Batman Movie is anticipated to be a tribute to all the Bat-Man lore, now director Chris Mackay revealed that old Lando will lend his voice to finally play what he was denied in the past. He will now be the voice of Two-Face.

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Two-Face first appears in Detective Comics #66 under the name Harvey “Apollo” Kent;[3]later stories changed his name to “Harvey Dent” to avoid an association with Superman (Clark Kent).[6] The pre-Crisis version of Two-Face is Harvey Dent, the young, handsome and handsome district attorney in Gotham City.

The Pre-Crisis version of Two-Face is Harvey Dent, Gotham City’s young and handsome district attorney. A mobster throws acid in his face during a trial and scars half of his face. Driven mad by his reflection, he renames himself Two-Face and embarks on a crime spree, deciding with a flip of his lucky coin whether to break the law or perform acts of charity.[11] Batman and Robin eventually capture him, and he is rehabilitated by plastic surgery.[12]Later stories, however, describe him as returning to crime after being disfigured again.

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During a much later period, Two-Face is revealed to have murdered the father of Batman’s ward Jason Todd. In attempting to stop Two-Face, Jason briefly has the criminal at his mercy, but leaves Two-Face’s punishment to be decided by the law.[16]Two-Face similarly serves as a ‘baptism by fire’ for Tim Drake. When Two-Face has Batman at his mercy, Tim dons the Robin costume to save Batman.

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Dos Caras (Harvey Dent) es un supervillano que aparece en los cómics publicados por DC Comics, normalmente como adversario del superhéroe Batman. El personaje fue creado por Bob Kane y Bill Finger y apareció por primera vez en el número 66 de Detective Comics (agosto de 1942)[3] Como uno de los enemigos más duraderos de Batman, Dos Caras pertenece al colectivo de adversarios que conforman la galería de pícaros de Batman.

Harvey Dent, que en su día fue un brillante y honrado fiscal del distrito de Gotham City, sufre horribles cicatrices en el lado izquierdo de la cara después de que el jefe de la mafia Sal Maroni le arrojara productos químicos ácidos durante un juicio. Posteriormente se vuelve loco y adopta el personaje de “Dos Caras”, convirtiéndose en un criminal obsesionado con el número dos, el concepto de dualidad y el conflicto entre el bien y el mal. En años posteriores, los guionistas han descrito a Harvey Dent como una persona que padece un trastorno de identidad disociativo, siendo Dos Caras un alter ego, derivado de los abusos que recibió de su padre durante su infancia. Dos Caras toma obsesivamente todas las decisiones importantes lanzando una moneda de dos caras, con la otra mitad marcada, que le dio su padre. La versión moderna está establecida como que una vez fue amigo personal y aliado de James Gordon y Batman, así como el mejor amigo del alter ego de Batman, Bruce Wayne[4][5].