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post #1 of 3076
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JASON AND THE ARGONAUTS

 

Directed by: Neil Marshall

 

Jason: Michael Fassbender

Argos: Liam Cunningham

Hercules: Ray Stevensen

Pelias: John Hurt

King Aeetes: Jason Isaacs

Acastus: David O'Hara
Phalerus: Ray Winstone

Phineas: Christopher Lee

Hylas: John Hannah

Medea: Lee-Anne Liebenberg

 

Zeus: Brian Blessed

Hera: Lucy Lawless

Hermes: Sean Pertwee

 

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post #2 of 3076

This isn't a recast per se, just an incredibly goofy idea I had.

 

When hotshot TV paranormal investigators Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson get an invite to spend the night at the old Tapert mansion in Dearborn, Michigan, they think it'll just be another night of mugging for the cameras and raising their eyebrows at weird noises. But they don't count on coming face to face with the real head-spinning, hand-severing, lamia-summoning terrors that lurk within the mansion's four walls...

 

Based on Syfy's longrunning series and directed by Sam Raimi, it's....

 

GHOSTHUNTERS: THE MOVIE

 

Starring:

 

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Michael Chiklis as Jason Hawes

 

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Nathan Fillion as Grant Wilson

 

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Jeffrey Donovan as Brian Harnois

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Michael Pena as Steve Gonsalves

 

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Katie Featherston as Donna La Croix

 

AND!

 

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Bruce Campbell as Old Man Tapert

post #3 of 3076

Yeah, I was thinking we just needed a general casting thread for favorite movies and anything else.

post #4 of 3076


 

Quote:
Originally Posted by Andrew Merriweather View Post

This isn't a recast per se, just an incredibly goofy idea I had.

 

When hotshot TV paranormal investigators Jason Hawes and Grant Wilson get an invite to spend the night at the old Tapert mansion in Dearborn, Michigan, they think it'll just be another night of mugging for the cameras and raising their eyebrows at weird noises. But they don't count on coming face to face with the real head-spinning, hand-severing, lamia-summoning terrors that lurk within the mansion's four walls...

 

Based on Syfy's longrunning series and directed by Sam Raimi, it's....

 

GHOSTHUNTERS: THE MOVIE

 

Starring:

 

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Michael Chiklis as Jason Hawes

 

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Nathan Fillion as Grant Wilson

 

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Jeffrey Donovan as Brian Harnois

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Michael Pena as Steve Gonsalves

 

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Katie Featherston as Donna La Croix

 

AND!

 

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Bruce Campbell as Old Man Tapert

 I would go see it. However Kirs Williams is the only woman good looking enough to play Kris Williams. You could also have Colin Farrell as Barry Fitzgerald.
 

post #5 of 3076

All right, this has probably already been done, maybe even by me (memory snap-it was, but 1960s version), but the news piece on the front page has forced my hand. That and insomnia!

 

The Stand (2012)

Dir. Darren Aronofsky

 

Stu Redman: Christian Bale

Frannie Goldsmith: Natalie Portman

Nick Andros: Sam Rockwell

Larry Underwood: Bradley Cooper

Randall Flagg: Jeremy Renner

Lloyd Henreid: Walton Goggins

Trashcan Man: Peter Sarsgaard

Mother Abigail: Phylicia Rashad

Tom Cullen: Kevin Corrigan

Genn Bateman: Terry O'Quinn

Harold Lauder: Jesse Eisenberg

Nadine Cross: Michelle Williams

Ralph Brentner: David Morse

Judge Farris: Ciaran Hinds

post #6 of 3076

After Kill Bill Volume's One and Two, QT decide to make a long forgotten novel from the 70'S into a film

 

 

Quentin Tarantino's Jaws
 

 

Chief Brody - Uma Thurman

Quint - David Carradine

Hooper - Steve Buscemi

Al Brody - John Travolta

Mayor Vaughn - Kurt Russell

Chrissie Watkins - Zoe Bell

Mrs Kitner - Tura Satana

Ben Gardner - Samual L Jackson.

 

No cgi would be used.

 

I'm not trying to make some kind of statement by casting a woman to play Brody. Its just in the QT canon, no one has kicked more ass than Uma!

post #7 of 3076

In the midst of Marvel Comics' ever growing popularity, the summer of 1966 brought us the greatest comic book epic to ever grace the silver screen!

 

THE AVENGERS  - EARTH'S MIGHTIEST HEROES

 

Starring -

 

Steve McQueen as Captain America
Marlon Brando as Iron Man
Sean Connery as Thor
Anthony Perkins as Bruce Banner
James Garner as Giant Man
Audrey Hepburn as The Wasp
Paul Newman as Hawkeye
Diana Rigg as The Black Widow

 

with Special Appearances from -
 

Peter O'Toole as Loki
Sidney Poitier as Jim Rhodes
Lee Marvin as Thunderbolt Ross
Ernest Borgnine as Dum Dum Dugan
and John Wayne as Nick Fury 

post #8 of 3076

After a long absence, I've finally reached a very great prospect for my return to the recast fold.

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Deciding that they want to solely return to family-friendly material, Disney folds their Touchstone Pictures imprint and solely lets DreamWorks be on its own.

 

Meanwhile, the Touchstone library ends up in limbo until Alexander Payne eyes a specific film in their catalog ripe for remaking at Fox Searchlight, which he'll follow up his long-awaited next project, The Descendants, with.

 

RutHLe$s

People

 

Written by Alexander Payne and Jim Taylor

Based on the screenplay by Dale Hauser, inspired by the short story The Ransom of Red Chief by O. Henry

Directed by Alexander Payne

 

Paul Giamatti as Sam Stone

Melissa McCarthy as Barbara Stone

Jason Segel as Ken Kessler

Christina Hendricks as Carol Dodsworth

Michelle Williams as Sandy Kessler

Kurtwood Smith as Chief Henry Benton

Wendell Pierce as Lt. Bender

Dermot Mulroney as Lt. Walters

with Thomas Haden Church as The Bedroom Killer

and Chris Pine as Earl Mott

 

A few notes: The property almost ended up at Universal with Ben Stiller directing and Jack Black and Robert Downey Jr. eyed for the role of Sam.

 

Reese Witherspoon was considered for the role of Barbara Stone.

 

James Franco was originally sought after to play Ken, but had to drop out due to scheduling conflicts. Chris Evans, Bill Hader, Ben Foster, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Armie Hammer were also considered for the role.

 

Payne originally sought Matthew Broderick, his Election co-star, as Chief Benton, but had to bow out. Instead, Kurtwood Smith, Payne's Citizen Ruth co-star who was much older than Broderick, took the role.

 

Evans and Foster, as well as James Franco, were considered to play Earl Mott; Payne wanted to have a fairly known name play the small but important role.


Edited by HunterTarantino - 6/28/11 at 9:24pm
post #9 of 3076
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by HunterTarantino View Post

Paul Giamatti as Sam Stone

Reese Witherspoon as Barbara Stone

I can picture one or the other, but BOTH together? What were your thoughts about these 2?

 

Hendricks as Dodsworth is inspired though.

post #10 of 3076
Well, she is married to Christoph Waltz in that new movie, but that sounds ridiculous too.
post #11 of 3076

2014: Christopher Nolan is recruited by Paramount to remake Ridley Scott's Black Rain. The update of the 1989 film reflects the turmoil of Japan in the aftermath of the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami and Fukushima I nuclear accidents. Nolan directs from a screenplay with a story by his brother, Jonathan, and David S. Goyer, and Hurt Locker scribe Mark Boal taking scripting duties.

 

Christian Bale as Det. Nick Conklin

Ken Watanabe as Masahiro

Armie Hammer as Det. Charlie Vincent

Michelle Williams as Joyce

Tadanobu Asano as Sato

Ken Takakura as Ohashi

 

Eric Roberts and Nestor Carbonell, both of whom worked with Nolan on The Dark Knight, appear as Internal Affairs investigators in a brief scene at the beginning.

post #12 of 3076

First Men in the moon

 

Directed By Steven Wright

 

Starring

 

Simon Pegg as the protagonist

John Cleese as Cavor

Naomi Watts as the American Chick that tags along

 

The rest are aliens and minor characters so maybe Andy serkis as the lab hand

 

post #13 of 3076

Might as well be the first to jump all over this one:

 

Roger Vadim's Sucker Punch (1962)

 

Baby Doll -- Catherine Deneuve

 

Sweet Pea -- Brigitte Bardot

 

Rocket -- Jane Fonda

 

Amber -- Sue Lyon

 

Blondie -- Anita Pallenberg

 

Dr. Gorski -- Jeanne Moreau

 

Blue -- John Philip Law

 

The High Roller -- Terrence Stamp

 

The Wise Man -- Kirk Douglas

post #14 of 3076

Sucker Punch (1992)

Director: David Lynch

Writer: David Lynch (with uncredited polish by Joe Eszterhas)

 

Story: Alejandro Jodorowsky

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Baby Doll -- Patricia Arquette

 

Sweet Pea -- Laura Dern

 

Rocket -- Naomi Watts

Amber -- Lucy Liu

 

Blondie -- Melissa George

Dr. Gorski -- Isabella Rossellini

 

Blue -- Crispin Glover

The High Roller -- Nicolas Cage

Stepfather -- Dan Hedaya

Wise Man -- Werner Herzog

post #15 of 3076
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Originally Posted by Park Chan-wookie View Post

Sucker Punch (1992)

Director: David Lynch

Writer: David Lynch (with uncredited polish by Joe Eszterhas)

 

Story: Alejandro Jodorowsky

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Baby Doll -- Patricia Arquette

 

Sweet Pea -- Laura Dern

 

Rocket -- Naomi Watts

Amber -- Lucy Liu

 

Blondie -- Melissa George

Dr. Gorski -- Isabella Rossellini

 

Blue -- Crispin Glover

The High Roller -- Nicolas Cage

Stepfather -- Dan Hedaya

Wise Man -- Werner Herzog



Where's Kyle Maclachlan???

post #16 of 3076
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Originally Posted by Ratty View Post
Where's Kyle Maclachlan???


 

I considered Maclachlan for the role of the High Roller, but ultimately in my awesome alternative universe, Cage would usurp Maclachlan as Lynch's muse. Plus, I would leave the Twin Peaks film as his last role with the Lynch.

post #17 of 3076

Damnit! I've been noodling on this one for ages and now you've stolen my thnder!

 

David Lynch's LOST (1992-1998)

 

Kate Austin - Laura Dern

Boone Carlyle - Balthazar Getty

Michael Dawson - Brad Dourif

James "Sawyer" Ford - Billy Zane

Sayid Jarrah - Gordon Warneke

Jin-Soo Kwan - Winston Chao

Sun-Hwa Kwan - Joan Chen

Claire Littleton - Melissa George

John Locke - Dennis Hopper

Charlie Pace - Keifer Sutherland

Hugo "Hurley" Raines - Pruitt Taylor Vince

Shannon Rutherford - Heather Graham

Jack Shephard - Kyle Maclachlan

 

Notes; I had to play around with a few non-crucial ethnicities/nationalities to fit the concept. Plus, I'm tickled by the idea of Brad Dourif playing a wimpy,  overprotective father. Zane and Hopper are the two choices I'm most proud of.

 

 

post #18 of 3076

Drive Angry (1975)

 

Clint Eastwood as Milton

Sondra Locke as Piper

Dennis Hopper as Jonah King

Ernest Borgnine as Webster

and Lee Van Cleef as The Accountant
 
I was tempted to go with Charles Bronson as Milton, but the Eastwood / Van Cleef reunion was too good to pass up.
post #19 of 3076
Thread Starter 

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RIO BRAVO (2011)

 

Producer: Clint Eastwood

Director: Martin Scorsese (cause I wanna see him direct a Western)

Writer: Shane Black

 

Sheriff John T Chance: Mel Gibson (despite his personal opinions, deserves a career Rennaissance like the Duke had in the original, or no?)

Dude: Robert Downey Jr (too on-the-nose?)

Colorado: Justin Timberlake (just in case there's a song in this version and Leo's too old... sorry, Marty)

Stumpy: Jack Nicholson (in "Crazy Jack" mode)

Feathers: Amy Adams

Pat Wheeler: Nick Nolte

 

A TWIST... I'm using the villains from RIO BRAVO's "remake", EL DORADO (which had stronger villains IMO):

Bart Jason: Ed Asner reprising his role!

Nelse McLeod: George Clooney (I wanna see him play a "villain" again)

post #20 of 3076

Carolco present The Lord of the Rings Trilogy 1991-1993
Directed by Tony Scott
Written by Shane Black and Walter Hill
Produced by Joel Silver and Don Simpson

Aragorn - Bruce Willis
Frodo Baggins - Keanu Reeves
Boromir - Denzel Washnigton
Merry - Christian Slater
Samwise - Chris Penn
Gandalf - Harvey Keitel
Gimli - Joe Pesci
Legolas - Jean Claude Van Damme
Pippin - Michael Rappaport

Bilbo Baggins - Gene Hackman

Arwen - Madeleine Stowe
Lord Elrond - Robert De Niro
Lady Galadriel - Patricia Arquette

Denethor - Dennis Hopper
Eomer - Val Kilmer
Eowyn - Kelly McGillis
Faramir - Wesley Snipes
King Theoden - Robert Redford

Gollum - Steve Buscemi
Grima Wormtongue - Bronson Pinchot
Sauroman - Christopher Walken
Sauron - Mickey Rourke

Isildur - Cameo by Charles Bronson

post #21 of 3076

I don't know if there is enough cocaine in the world for me to make it through that version of LOTR... It would be terrific, yet horrifying.  Also, I like your addition of actors of color. But, is Dennis Hopper going to be in blackface?

post #22 of 3076

Nope. Just to add to the sheer WTFness of it Hopper stays white.

post #23 of 3076
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Originally Posted by dude hallenbeck View Post

Carolco present The Lord of the Rings Trilogy 1991-1993
Directed by Tony Scott
Written by Shane Black and Walter Hill
Produced by Joel Silver and Don Simpson

Aragorn - Bruce Willis
Frodo Baggins - Keanu Reeves
Boromir - Denzel Washnigton
Merry - Christian Slater
Samwise - Chris Penn
Gandalf - Harvey Keitel
Gimli - Joe Pesci
Legolas - Jean Claude Van Damme
Pippin - Michael Rappaport

Bilbo Baggins - Gene Hackman

Arwen - Madeleine Stowe
Lord Elrond - Robert De Niro
Lady Galadriel - Patricia Arquette

Denethor - Dennis Hopper
Eomer - Val Kilmer
Eowyn - Kelly McGillis
Faramir - Wesley Snipes
King Theoden - Robert Redford

Gollum - Steve Buscemi
Grima Wormtongue - Bronson Pinchot
Sauroman - Christopher Walken
Sauron - Mickey Rourke

Isildur - Cameo by Charles Bronson


In the process, the film is credited with the extinction of the coca and opium poppy plants.

post #24 of 3076

I have elf issues. Swap in David Bowie as Elrond and move McGillis to Galadriel. Robin Wright as Eowyn. Otherwise, good deal.

post #25 of 3076
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Hammerhead View Post

I have elf issues. Swap in David Bowie as Elrond

That in and of itself makes me want to see him in full-on Jareth mode cast in John Boorman's scrapped (and surely trippy) version of LOTR.

 

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post #26 of 3076

In an alternate mid 1990's James Cameron, hot off the success of Terminator 2 and True Lies, is looking to undertake a massive challenge. He turns down the opportunity to direct an epic romance set during the sinking of the Titanic because "[He] wasn't interested in making chick flicks" among other offers. Ready to call it a career and contemplating a shift into documentary film making he has a chance encounter with a young British film student by the name of Chris Nolan pitches him an idea unlike anything ever before.

 

James Cameron's Inception (1997)

 

Cobb - Michael Beihn
Arthur- Stephen Dorff
Eames - Bruce Willis
Ariadne - Reese Witherspoon
Saito - Chow Yun Fat
Yusuf - Harrold Perrineau
Mal - Gina Gershon
Robert Fischer- Matt Damon
Maurice Fischer- Charlton Heston
Peter Browning - Colm Meaney
Miles- Sean Connery

post #27 of 3076

Oh well, i'm just waiting for fantastic movie in 2011....

post #28 of 3076

Good lord, Cameron's Inception is inspiried. 

post #29 of 3076

Hellboy and the Golden Army (1958)

 

Sterling Hayden - Hellboy

Anne Francis - Liz

Marcel Marceau (body), Peter Lorre (voice) - Abe Sapien

Peter Sellers - Johann Kraus

Yul Brynner - Prince Nuada

Boris Karloff - Professor Broom
Tor Johnson - Wink
post #30 of 3076

Wow, that's spectacular!

post #31 of 3076

Someone has done this, I'm sure. But -

 

Back to the Future (2011)

dir. John Favreau

 

Anton Yelchin - Marty McFly

Bryan Cranston - Doc Brown

Christopher Mintz Plasse - George McFly

Anna Kendrick - Lorraine Baines/McFly

Taylor Lautner - Biff Tannen
 

Teenage actors, tough. The goal being to try and find unorthodox yet interesting choices. But whatever, Mintz Plasse.

post #32 of 3076

Alien:

Ripley- Amy Adams
Dallas- Nathan Fillion
Parker- Ving Rhames
Brett- Michael Shannon
Ash- Brian Cox
Kane- Michael Sheen
Lambert- Rebecca Pidgeon

 

Aliens:

 

Ripley- See above.
Hicks- Thomas Jane
Newt- Elle Fanning
Bishop- Christopher Walken
Burke- Shia Lebouf
Hudson- Sam Rockwell
Gorman- Casey Affleck
Vasquez- Natalie Jackson Mendoza
Apone- Keith David

 

Alien 3:

 

Ripley- See above.
Dillon- Laurence Fishburne
Clemmens- Daniel Craig
Golic- Mark Strong
Andrews- Tom Wilkinson
85- Stephen Graham
Morse- Jason Flemyng

 

Alien: Resurrection

 

Ripley- See above

Call - Emma Stone

Vreiss- Sharlto Copely

Johner- Jason Statham

Christie- Michael K. Williams

Elgyn- Kiefer Sutherland

Purvis- Alan Tudyk

 

post #33 of 3076

The Muppet Movie - Human Being Edition  (2011)

 

Kermit the Frog -- Michael Cera

 

Fozzie Bear -- Carlos Mencia

 

Miss Piggy -- Katherine Heigl

 

Scooter -- Chris Colfer

 

The Great Gonzo -- D.J. Qualls

 

Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem -- The Arcade Fire

 

Rowlf the Dog -- Tom Waits

 

Statler -- Albert Finney

 

Waldorf -- Michael Gambon

 

and John Travolta as Doc Hopper

post #34 of 3076

Oh Jesus, Ratty, you had me until Carlos Mencia as Fozzy. Just no. Heigl's also not my favorite pick for Piggy.

 

Everything else on that list is perfect. I was just thinking the other day that Rowlf was like a Muppet version of Tom Waits.

post #35 of 3076

Remember, Fozzie was always kind of a hack comedian!  He was always desperate and flop-sweatty, at least on the T.V. show.

post #36 of 3076
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Originally Posted by Ratty View Post

Remember, Fozzie was always kind of a hack comedian!  He was always desperate and flop-sweatty, at least on the T.V. show.


Yeah, but he was funny in that hackiness. Mencia makes me want to punch things.

 

post #37 of 3076

I am disturbingly attracted to the idea of Katherine Heigl as Miss Piggy.

post #38 of 3076

After their successfull debut films, Auguste and Louis Lumiere decided that film was an invention without a future. Their minds were changed when they encountered a mysterious gentlemen  who was very keen on remaking their latest film, The Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat. The brothers agreed to let the stranger use their cinematograph equipment and arrange a showing for the film. Suspicions grew when Louis Lumiere saw the stranger using multiple reels of film on the station and wearing pink shorts while cranking the cinematograph. Auguste witnessed the stranger cutting negatives with scissors and dipping them in bright yellow and blue paint. Louis and Auguste realised they were dealing with a madman, but it was too late to cancel the premiere.

 

No known copies of the remake exist as the negative was burned after the premiere. Those who attended claim seeing brightly tinted incoherent images and colors and hearing the stranger playing weird music by beating anvils and other metal objects with a hammer. Ten audience members fainted during the film and a pregnant woman suffered a miscarriage shortly after the showing. The Lumiere brothers were taken into police custody and released on parole. The premiere destroyed the brothers' reputations and they swore to never make another living picture.

 

An eye witness claimed the film was titled The Arrival of an Unstoppable Train at La Ciotat. The auteur of the remake, who introduced himself as sir Anthony Scott, disappeared soon after the disastrous premiere.

post #39 of 3076

The smash comedy of 1987: Three Men and a Baby? Beverly Hills Cop II? Moonstruck? If you guessed any of these, you're wrong.

 

"Uncompromisingly funny...the crime comedy of the decade."

Richard Corliss, Time

 

"Two Thumbs Up!"

Siskel & Ebert

 

HORRIBLE BOSSES

A Jonathan Demme Picture

 

Tom Hanks as Nick Hendricks

Bill Murray as Kurt Buckman

Bobcat Goldthwait as Dale Arbus

 

The Bosses

Gene Hackman as David Harken

Mel Gibson as Bobby Pellit

James Coburn as Jack Pellit

Susan Sarandon as Dr. Julia Harris, D.D.S.

 

and

Gregory Hines as Dean "Motherfucker" Jones

 

with

Pierce Brosnan as The Wetwork Man

Ellen Barkin as Rhonda Harken

Nancy Travis as Stacy

Frankie R. Faison as Det. Hagan

Joe Don Baker as Det. Samson

and

Jack Lemmon as Lou Sherman


Edited by HunterTarantino - 7/12/11 at 8:18am
post #40 of 3076

Great, save for the Rourke. Bill Murray.

post #41 of 3076

I was really close to having Murray as Kurt, actually, but I was scared having both Hanks and Murray would be too much star power, but hell, you're right.

post #42 of 3076
Quote:
Originally Posted by HunterTarantino View Post

I was really close to having Murray as Kurt, actually, but I was scared having both Hanks and Murray would be too much star power, but hell, you're right.


Hanks in 1987 was still doing supporting stuff like Dragnet.  Hanks and Murray would totally work.  

 

post #43 of 3076

I've been really wanting to do a mid-90's techno thriller Girl with the Dragon Tattoo directed by de Palma, but for now, here's his sun-caked, sweaty 1988 companion piece to Body Double:

 

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Willem Dafoe as Sam Lombardo

James Woods as Ray Duquette

Patricia Arquette as Suzie Toller

Ione Skye as Kelly Van Ryan

Margot Kidder as Sandra Van Ryan

Rachel Ticotin as Gloria Perez

Cliff Robertson as Tom Baxter

and John Lithgow as Ken Bowden

 

Trivia: Mickey Rourke was originally de Palma's first choice for the role of Sam, but turned down out of fear of typecasting due to his prior, erotically-charged work. Bruce Willis was next, yet he wanted too much money. John Travolta, Sean Penn, Dennis Quaid, Tom Cruise, Jeff Bridges, Robert De Niro, Bruce Willis, Don Johnson, Kyle MacLachlan, Patrick Swayze, and Bill Pullman were also considered.

 

In addition to De Niro, Bridges, Quaid, Johnson, and Swayze, William Petersen, Tom Berenger, Michael Douglas, and Peter Weller were all considered to play Ray Duquette.

 

Jennifer Connelly and Winona Ryder auditioned for the female leads.

post #44 of 3076
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Originally Posted by HunterTarantino View Post

 

Jennifer Connelly and Winona Ryder auditioned for the female leads.

 

I've seen that version of Wild Things many, many times in my head.
 

 

 

post #45 of 3076

FLASH GORDON (2011)

 

Directed By: Larry Blamire

 

STARRING:

 

Armie Hammer as Flash Gordon

 

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Geoffrey Rush as Ming The Merciless

 

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Emma Stone as Dale Arden

 

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Gary Oldman as Dr. Hans Zarkov

 

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Olga Kurylenko as Princess Aura

 

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Jon Hamm as Prince Barin

 

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AND Gerard Butler as Prince Vultan

 

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post #46 of 3076

I'd watch that. But who've you got for the music?

post #47 of 3076

I'd watch that flick too! I say The Darkness would do the soundtrack. Muse would work as well.

post #48 of 3076

                                                    Zombieland 1988

 

Bruce Campbell - Tallahassee

 

Anthony Michael Hall - Columbus

 

Catherine Mary Stewart - Wichita

 

Drew Barrymore - Little Rock

 

Mel Brooks - Mel Brooks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by Chaz - 7/16/11 at 4:16pm
post #49 of 3076

Swap Mel Brooks for Burt Reynolds.

post #50 of 3076

That doesn't exactly fit, but it would be hilarious.

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