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22nd Apr '16 2:18:38 AM sorin255
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** Conversely, the role of Deanna Troi was supposed to be a voluptuous blonde, but the part was given to Marina Sirtis. Essentially, Denise Crosby and Marina Sirtis traded roles.
10th Apr '16 3:05:56 AM jormis29
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* Seems to be a pretty common occurrence in the''BojackHorseman'' universe. In one particular bizare case, the guy who played Vizzini in The Princesss Bride (who is human) plays the role of Bojack (who is a horse) while in the same film Bojack plays the role of Mr Peanut Butter (who is a dog). Andrew Garfield is also considered the role for a horse at one point with the characters in universe almost quoting this page.

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* Seems to be a pretty common occurrence in the''BojackHorseman'' the''WesternAnimation/BojackHorseman'' universe. In one particular bizare case, the guy who played Vizzini in The Princesss Bride (who is human) plays the role of Bojack (who is a horse) while in the same film Bojack plays the role of Mr Peanut Butter (who is a dog). Andrew Garfield is also considered the role for a horse at one point with the characters in universe almost quoting this page.
7th Apr '16 6:24:35 PM Kartoonkid95
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* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' deals with Langdon Cobb, an actor who always wears a paper bag over his face. Despite wearing the bag, he's considered one of the best actors in the known universe and the only way a rival could conceive to try to best Cobb was by actually committing suicide during a re-enactment of Romeo & Juliet. Cobb is just that good.

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* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' deals with Langdon Cobb, an actor who always wears a paper bag over his face. Despite wearing the bag, he's considered one of the best actors in the known universe and the only way a rival could conceive to try to best Cobb was by actually committing suicide during a re-enactment reenactment of Romeo & Juliet. ''Theatre/RomeoAndJuliet''. [[spoiler: And even ''that'' doesn't topple him]]; Cobb is just that good.
7th Apr '16 1:32:58 PM cillianflood
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* Seems to be a pretty common occurrence in the''BojackHorseman'' universe. In one particular bizare case, the guy who played Vizzini in The Princesss Bride (who is human) plays the role of Bojack (who is a horse) while in the same film Bojack plays the role of Mr Peanut Butter (who is a dog).

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* Seems to be a pretty common occurrence in the''BojackHorseman'' universe. In one particular bizare case, the guy who played Vizzini in The Princesss Bride (who is human) plays the role of Bojack (who is a horse) while in the same film Bojack plays the role of Mr Peanut Butter (who is a dog). Andrew Garfield is also considered the role for a horse at one point with the characters in universe almost quoting this page.
7th Apr '16 1:22:52 PM cillianflood
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* Seems to be a pretty common occurrence in the''BojackHorseman'' universe. In one particular bizare case, the guy who played Vizzini in The Princesss Bride (who is human) plays the role of Bojack (who is a horse) while in the same film Bojack plays the role of Mr Peanut Butter (who is a dog).
19th Feb '16 10:15:23 AM Anddrix
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** Alan Rickman as Severus Snape bears mention here; in the books, Snape is in his 30s, while Rickman was 55 when he made Sorcerer's Stone. Regardless of the DawsonCasting, there are few who would disagree that Rickman totally owns the role. J.K. Rowling herself clued Rickman in on what she had planned for Snape's back story to help his performance in the films; she did not to the same for the rest of the cast.

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** Alan Rickman Creator/AlanRickman as Severus Snape bears mention here; in the books, Snape is in his 30s, while Rickman was 55 when he made Sorcerer's Philosopher's Stone. Regardless of the DawsonCasting, there are few who would disagree that Rickman totally owns the role. J.K. Rowling herself clued Rickman in on what she had planned for Snape's back story to help his performance in the films; she did not to the same for the rest of the cast.
19th Feb '16 10:09:19 AM Movienut376
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**Alan Rickman as Severus Snape bears mention here; in the books, Snape is in his 30s, while Rickman was 55 when he made Sorcerer's Stone. Regardless of the DawsonCasting, there are few who would disagree that Rickman totally owns the role. J.K. Rowling herself clued Rickman in on what she had planned for Snape's back story to help his performance in the films; she did not to the same for the rest of the cast.
4th Feb '16 5:26:06 AM GaidinBDJ
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* In the ''Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse'', African-American Samuel L. Jackson was cast as the Caucasian-in-the-comics Nick Fury. His portrayal was so well-received that in comic continuities outside the ''Ultimate Marvel'' imprint [[note]]The ''Ultimate Marvel'' imprint is specifically tied to the Marvel Cinematic Universe[[/note]], the original Nick Fury retires and an African-American son was created (Nick Fury Jr.) to take his place.
4th Feb '16 5:14:42 AM GaidinBDJ
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* Likewise, in his screen adaptation of ''Film/MuchAdoAboutNothing'', Branagh cast the African-American Denzel Washington to play the Spanish Don Pedro of Aragon.

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* Likewise, in his screen adaptation of ''Film/MuchAdoAboutNothing'', Branagh cast the African-American Denzel Washington to play the Spanish Don Pedro of Aragon.Aragon whose character was the half-brother of the Caucasian Keanu Reeves.
29th Jan '16 2:13:03 PM ngh93
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* Jafar of ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' is, in animation, a LeanAndMean villain. He is voiced by Jonathan Freeman, who is slightly chubby but got so much into the spirit of the character that his expressions and gestures were worked into the animated role. And Freeman later reprised the role on Broadway.

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* Jafar of ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'' is, in animation, a LeanAndMean villain. He is voiced by Jonathan Freeman, who is slightly chubby but got so much into the spirit of the character that his expressions and gestures were worked into the animated role. And Freeman later reprised the role on Broadway.in the Broadway adaptation.
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