Who would really be playing the film's characters?Post your theories.
- Wealthy, Successful Protagonist - George Clooney, Eric Bana, or Christian Bale
- Free-Spirited Girl - Kate Winslet or Natalie Portman
- Disabled Guy (desperately trying for an Academy Award) - Edward Norton
- Older actress trying for a comeback - Holly Hunter
- The Incredibly Humble Human Male could only be Morgan Freeman.
- Nah, Morgan Freeman is Friendly Black Optimistic Advice Guy.
- Michael. B. Jordan.
- Chadwick Boseman
- Famous and/or Foreign Director - Milo Forman, Steven Spielberg, Ridley Scott, Danny Boyle
Wealthy, Successful Protagonist is another famous pop culture icon from an unrelated series.Half-assed defense of a theory that uses fantastically absurd, minor details from either series that only appear to relate to one another via a huge stretch of the imagination as evidence.
- Doctor Who reference.
- Speculation that the movie actually takes place inside the mind of another character, either from the movie or from a completely disconnected franchise.
- Further speculation that Wealthy, Successful Protagonist is actually the Inspirationally Disadvantaged one and is making sense of his life the only way he can—by casting himself as the lead and his caretaker as Inspirationally Disadvantaged.
- Added thoughts that the whole movie never happened and it is all happening in the dying mind of Wealthy, Successful Protagonist.
- Insinuation that Wealthy, Successful Protagonist is, in fact, Haruhi Suzumiya, with little evidence to support said claim.
- Half-assed and/or satirical theory that entire movie is the dying dream of Wealthy, Successful Protagonist.
- Inspirationally Disadvantaged is a Time Lord.
- Passive-aggressively condescending and dismissive response to the half-assed defence of the theory.
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Theory that a character is either part of the LGBT community or has a mental disorder that is based entirely off borderline-harsh stereotypes.Collection of stereotypes that very loosely apply to aforementioned character, and/or are blatantly false stereotypes.