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Good Omens ??
Pratchett tells this great story about an American producer trying to get them to reset it in America, and they whole Anti-christ thing was a bit of a downer, can they toss that out? (Pratchett: "Excuse me, did you even READ the book?")
If Hastur manages to interview him for CHUD Stories, there's a question to ask. wink
problems but someone on another list asked me
about some casting rumours they had heard of
Joseph Fiennes,Christopher lambert,and the
gorgeous Jennifer Connelly and all i could find
were some rumours over a year old,they must have
read the same old news and thought it was current
Damn I needed this today.
Ellis was my choice for Crowley as well, but I can see Tennant in the role. Karen Gillian is my choice for war. In a perfect world Robert Downey Jr would take a pay cut to play Famine, but since that won't happen I say cast John Barrowman. I can easily see him selling food with no nutrition value with a twinkle in his eye.
I love that book so much I've read it five times. I hope the running gag about tapes left in Crowley's car turn into a best of Queen after a fortnight will be in the miniseries. Of course it would be updated to CDs. I also hope they work the footnotes in it as well.
Edited by Chaz - 8/17/17 at 9:07pm
Yup. My first copy disintegrated I read it that much.
Wife got me a new copy a couple of years ago.
The Best of Queen gag is great.
I know nothing about this book or that character but hell yeah. McKean has been one of my absolute favorite things on Better Call Saul, so I'm pleased to see him turn up anywhere.
In the book Shadwell's accent is described as something that careens around every accent in the UK depending on his mood, what he's saying etc.
So I'm hoping at least at some stages it is blatant St Hubbins.
They'll probably change that to every accent in America for McKean, right? He's a great actor but there's no way I can imagine him mimicking UK accents.
Shadwell is intrinsically British with an intrinsically British past. You could flip it to American but I have faith in his acting.
Gaiman is hinting Tim Curry is in this.
Just read that Miranda Richardson has been cast as Madame Tracy. I am very much in favor of this.
He definitely looks like Gahan in his peak heroin days.
Aziraphale looks like a punchable Dr. Who. Not digging it.