One of my favorite actors, Paul Rudd, was on The Daily Show last night. He never fails to totally crack my shit up. Also, FYI: He will be cast as “Spudsy” in Shakesville: The Movie.
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But then my character won’t get to make out with him!
This is true. BUT, your character will get to dress like Dustin Hoffman and be seduced my character, so there’s that.
But mine will!
So…dare I ask who you think should play the rest of the Shakers?
Wow, there’s a Question of the Day waiting to happen… 🙂
Dawn French for me. She’s 17 years older, but I look dead like her, and she’s fucking awesome.
I would like to be played by Donald Sutherland. It would be wholly inaccurate and totally awesome.
Oooh, can everyplay this game?!?
Best casting for me would be Kevin Smith.
I would like to be played by Donald Sutherland.
I’m totally going to start calling you Sgt. Oddball now.
It so would! 🙂
Your characters would be like, hey Tart, what’s shakin’? And Donald Sutherland would be like, did you see last night’s Lost? I got overexcited and spilled beer on the floor! And you’d all be like, oh, Tart.
Paul Rudd was about the coolest famous person I ever worked with… I confused him for a crew member on that job because he was so damn chill and normal. I’ve loved him ever since 🙂
Bleargh. In my haste to reply, I mistyped. That should have read: ‘can everyone play this game’, not ‘can everyplay’. Sigh. 😉
Anyway, my choice is based primarily on being roughly the right age, body type, and a moderately strong physical resemblance, and secondarily on me having something of a crush on Kevin Smith.
(Yes, I have a crush on a famous person I somewhat resemble. Is that so weird?)
I’ll never forget the time during a segment on The Tonight Show when Kevin Smith was visiting a fan memorabilia store of some sort, and stumbled across a life-size (and very life-like, I must say) mannequin that had been made up to look like him-as-Silent-Bob. Real Kevin stared at Fake Silent Bob for several moments as if transfixed, then suddenly pounced on it and began making out with it. Oh, yeah! Grrrr!
Okay…for me… William Petersen (CSI)…but with the body of George Eads.
He will be cast as “Spudsy” in Shakesville: The Movie
I wanna play!
I’d have to be either Dan Haggerty or Robbie Coltrane (in full Hagrid regalia).
(hmmm, I guess I can’t play. What’d I do wrong in the previous comment?)
What’d I do wrong in the previous comment?
Nothing. More than one link triggers the spam filter, so you just had to wait for me to check what was waiting for me to moderate. 😉
I’ll keep that in mind, thanks!
I love Paul Rudd. He’s got great eyes and a great smile.
Hmmm. Should I like him for his acting abilities? 🙂
Melissa, I think you and I might really get along if we ever met in person.
My first choice to play me, in Shakesville: The Movie., would be Dame Edna. But if unavailable … I’d settle for Halle Berry.
I’m quite certain we would. 🙂
I just had my people call her people, and she’s not only available; she said she is “looking forward with fevered anticipation to portraying the inimitable Shaker Nik E Poo in the upcoming tour de force Shakesville: The Movie.”
I told her to settle the fuck down.
Go ahead and cast Paul Newman in a cameo role in Shakesville: The Movie for me. Really, he’d do just fine. 😉
Dang Liss, you made me laugh out loud at your 4:38pm comment. thanks!
So, who is going to be the director of this epic blockbuster?
Well, there will obviously be a lot of elaborate stunts and action sequences, so we should probably get Michael Bay.
Which reminds me, I need to contact Aerosmith to start working on our thematic power ballad.
The role of SAP will be played by a veteran Japanese character actor.
No, Liss, I think, for something this majestic, this grand, this operatic – you really should have a true professional handle the songwriting chores.
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LOL, SAP! L0-Freakin’-L!
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