Casting the Characters

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Re: Casting the Characters

Postby susan60625 on July 12th, 2009, 11:24 pm

Denise wrote:ETA... I'm still catching up with this thread and loving some of the suggestions. I've even found a few more that I need to add:
Brendan Fraser - Just took the role of Vincent for me
Julian McMahon, David Paetkau (thanks for pointing him out!), Eddie Cibrian... keep the suggestions coming, I still have some more to cast.


I have always loved Brendan Fraser and I just thought that his personality in his movies was a perfect match for Vincent! I haven't figured out where to put David Paetkau or Eddie Cibrian yet, but they have GOT to be included!
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Re: Casting the Characters

Postby Copper on July 13th, 2009, 7:52 am

ok so im trying to find a good list of very good looking british actors to play are lovely boys not being anit american but i think the acsents will fit better and i have a good few in mind but i will come back with a strong list of good looking be to druled over yummy men is what im looking for and i hope i find them
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Re: Casting the Characters

Postby MsKitty on July 13th, 2009, 7:41 pm

Bring it on Copper!!! We loves to drool!!
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Re: Casting the Characters

Postby Mr Spice on July 13th, 2009, 11:45 pm

Copper wrote:ok so im trying to find a good list of very good looking british actors to play are lovely boys not being anit american but i think the accents will fit better and i have a good few in mind but i will come back with a strong list of good looking be to druled over yummy men is what im looking for and i hope i find them


You could start with David Tennant - and he might play it with his real (Scottish) accent.
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Re: Casting the Characters

Postby MsKitty on July 14th, 2009, 10:08 pm

Mr.Spice!!

I think you have a 'man-crush' on David Tennant (LOL!!) Not that I can blame you - he'd be a dashing Etienne!! And BRING on the scottish accent I say.... & his kilt!!

Hmmm... perhaps we need to investigate some Scottish Argeneaus.... nice!!
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Re: Casting the Characters

Postby Mr Spice on July 15th, 2009, 9:56 am

I think it's more that I've been raised on Dr Who from infancy and never expected to see the crazy Tom Baker surpassed in playing the role. I hated the Sylvester McCoy and Peter Davidson years, though.
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Re: Casting the Characters

Postby Kath on July 15th, 2009, 1:25 pm

Mr Spice wrote:I think it's more that I've been raised on Dr Who from infancy and never expected to see the crazy Tom Baker surpassed in playing the role. I hated the Sylvester McCoy and Peter Davidson years, though.


Hmmm...Yeah, I've always liked watching Dr. Who as well. Tom Baker was one of my favorites. I stopped watching for quite a while after he left. But I started watching it again with David Tennant recently. And you're right he's good enough to get me back into the show. And now I've got my kids into it... :lol:
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Re: Casting the Characters

Postby Copper on July 15th, 2009, 1:45 pm

MsKitty wrote: 'man-crush' on David Tennant (LOL!!) Not that I can blame you - he'd be a dashing Etienne!! And BRING on the scottish accent I say.... & his kilt!!



i am very happy you this one of my fave men in the world he is so yummy so very very yummy
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Re: Casting the Characters

Postby Mr Spice on July 17th, 2009, 11:14 am

Mr Spice wrote:Regarding visualising the characters, Lynsay sometimes has to bite her lip when new cover illustrations show up. And for a fine example have a look at the rejected cover for the Immortal Hunter when the website is updated over the next week or so.



As promised, the rejected Immortal Hunter cover is now posted on the website. Follow the "for readers" & "collector's corner" tabs. There are a couple of pics of the Eshe sculpture there, as well.
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Re: Casting the Characters

Postby sin on July 17th, 2009, 11:38 am

I agree about the cover & nice Sculptor Mr Spice.. Thank you..
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