Aaron Eckhart Says Two-Face Is Gross, Like, Really Gross

When you see Christopher Nolan's vision of Two-Face up on screen in The Dark Knight, you have no idea and you're going to vomit. This is basically what Aaron Eckhart is telling fans in a new interview with the LAT. He also peels back more of the villain's "vigilante" psyche, leading us into slight spoiler territory. But first, let's get to the "GROSS!" part...

"I can tell you that, basically, when you look at Two-Face, you should get sick to your stomach. Being the guy under all that, well, that was a lot of fun for me. It's like you would feel if you met someone whose face had pretty much been ripped off or burned off with acid. ...There are fans on the Internet who have done artist's versions of what they think it will look like, and I can tell you this: They're thinking small; Chris is going way farther than people think."

That dimple in his chin might never look the same. :'( Note that he mentions "acid" above, as a debate continues on the interwebs regarding a scene from the latest trailer where Harvey Dent's face encounters a gasoline-like substance. Interesting. Now for the spoiler (update: some readers feel this is a HUGE MEGA-SPOILER). Do not continue if you do not want to know how TDK's Batman is different from Two-Face, and the fate of one character, thanks.

"The difference between Batman and Two-Face is how far they are willing to go and how they make their point," Eckhart said. "Otherwise, we're talking about vigilante crime-fighting. That's what Batman is all about. He has a strong sense of justice. And Harvey Dent has an extremely strong sense of justice. His fiancée is killed. He's horribly injured. But he is still true to himself. He's a crime fighter, he's not killing good people. He's not a bad guy, not purely."

Yeah, but Eckhart thinks the film sucks, right? No way...

"It's not simple, and it gets ugly. I think people will be surprised."

Discuss: Will Two-Face's face be nastier than the mugs of Fred Krueger and Noriega combined? Awesome.