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(Entertainment Weekly)   Joseph Gordon-Levitt joins the cast of Sin City 2, pulls his name out of consideration for Star Lord   (insidemovies.ew.com ) divider line 88
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2013-01-08 11:20:31 AM  
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"I am Groot..."
 
2013-01-08 11:27:02 AM  
I've been an advocate for him since Brick, but he seems to be reaching the saturation point lately.
 
2013-01-08 11:37:30 AM  

Crewmannumber6: I've been an advocate for him since Brick, but he seems to be reaching the saturation point lately.


He's being given the roles that would have otherwise gone to Shia LaBeouf. For that alone, he gets a lifetime free pass from me.
 
2013-01-08 11:41:47 AM  
All I want to know is- WTF did they do to his face in Looper? It was so goddammed distracting.
 
2013-01-08 11:43:38 AM  

gunga galunga: He's being given the roles that would have otherwise gone to Shia LaBeouf. For that alone, he gets a lifetime free pass from me.


Truth. Came here to say something to that effect, Star Lord is tough to cast but as long as it isn't TheBeef everything should work out. He'll be in a mask for most of the movie anyway.
 
2013-01-08 11:48:56 AM  
I would rather he star in Sim City 2, which would be a much better movie.
 
2013-01-08 11:52:25 AM  
Don't know what it is about him, in most of his work you can't help but root for his character.
 
2013-01-08 11:52:33 AM  
How are Micky Rourke and Bruce Willis going to reprise their roles when their characters died in the first one?
 
2013-01-08 11:55:20 AM  

Decillion: Don't know what it is about him, in most of his work you can't help but root for his character.


Even in Hesher
 
2013-01-08 11:56:08 AM  

Erix: How are Micky Rourke and Bruce Willis going to reprise their roles when their characters died in the first one?


georgie lucas jedi like ghosts?
 
2013-01-08 11:59:19 AM  

Erix: How are Micky Rourke and Bruce Willis going to reprise their roles when their characters died in the first one?


The Sin City comic doesn't have a serial progression, it jumps backwards and forwards as the narrative requires and the graphic novels are all stand-alones, but with recurring characters and cameos from a different character's POV. I imagine we'll see a reprise of the dance scene or a bar scene in which all the previous characters are present, but then follow the POV of a new character onwards, just like in the comics.
 
2013-01-08 11:59:53 AM  
Ugh Sin City 2? Sin City 1 was pretty terrible. Plus if one of your main characters is going to be a stripper, she shouldn't be wearing more clothes than any other character in the movie.
 
2013-01-08 11:59:55 AM  

Erix: How are Micky Rourke and Bruce Willis going to reprise their roles when their characters died in the first one?


Sin City was a series of intertwined vignettes. There's no reason to think that the action has to take place in any kind of chronological order.
 
2013-01-08 12:07:42 PM  

mechgreg: Ugh Sin City 2? Sin City 1 was pretty terrible.


Incorrect.
 
2013-01-08 12:13:59 PM  

biyaaatci: All I want to know is- WTF did they do to his face in Looper? It was so goddammed distracting.


A nose appliance and other makeup to make him more closely resemble Bruce Willis. But I agree, it was distracting.
 
2013-01-08 12:19:48 PM  

Boxcutta: I would rather he star in Sim City 2, which would be a much better movie.


I read it as Sim City first.  I was wondering how that would work as a movie plot.  But knowing Hollywood, they would find a way to ruin Sim City.
 
2013-01-08 12:23:40 PM  

Johnsnownw: mechgreg: Ugh Sin City 2? Sin City 1 was pretty terrible.

Incorrect.


I'm with you it was pretty enjoyable. I'd be interested in seeing who plays Shellie.
 
2013-01-08 12:27:51 PM  

mechgreg: Ugh Sin City 2? Sin City 1 was pretty terrible. Plus if one of your main characters is going to be a stripper, she shouldn't be wearing more clothes than any other character in the movie.


Robert Rodriguez appears to be under the impression that strippers don't take off their clothes.
 
2013-01-08 12:29:07 PM  

utsagrad123: I was wondering how that would work as a movie plot.


Set the transportation budget to zero.
 
2013-01-08 12:31:04 PM  

utsagrad123: Boxcutta: I would rather he star in Sim City 2, which would be a much better movie.

I read it as Sim City first.  I was wondering how that would work as a movie plot.  But knowing Hollywood, they would find a way to ruin Sim City.


Make of a combination of Dark City and The Matrix/Tron: every time a guy wakes up the city he's living in has completely changed overnight, but he's the only one that realizes it. He eventually discovers that he's living in a computer game.
 
2013-01-08 12:31:59 PM  
Make it, not of.
 
2013-01-08 12:32:11 PM  

Ceiling Moran: biyaaatci: All I want to know is- WTF did they do to his face in Looper? It was so goddammed distracting.

A nose appliance and other makeup to make him more closely resemble Bruce Willis. But I agree, it was distracting.


I know why they did it, but they didn't succeed. If they were that interested in two people that looked a lot alike, why didn't they get a father and son team to play the roles? Like the Sheens, the Reiners, or Gary and Jake Busey.
 
2013-01-08 12:33:45 PM  

Tyrone Slothrop: mechgreg: Ugh Sin City 2? Sin City 1 was pretty terrible. Plus if one of your main characters is going to be a stripper, she shouldn't be wearing more clothes than any other character in the movie.

Robert Rodriguez appears to be under the impression that strippers don't take off their clothes.


That was all Jessica Alba, who refuses to do nude scenes. That said, the character is a stripper. Don't like the role? Don't take the role.
 
2013-01-08 12:37:21 PM  

mechgreg: Ugh Sin City 2? Sin City 1 was pretty terrible. Plus if one of your main characters is going to be a stripper, she shouldn't be wearing more clothes than any other character in the movie.


She should have been fired on the spot.
 
2013-01-08 12:41:00 PM  

Tyrone Slothrop: Robert Rodriguez appears to be under the impression that strippers don't take off their clothes.


The strippers I know stop at G-string and pasties.

/Indiana laws are stupid.
 
2013-01-08 12:43:24 PM  

Tyrone Slothrop: utsagrad123: Boxcutta: I would rather he star in Sim City 2, which would be a much better movie.

I read it as Sim City first.  I was wondering how that would work as a movie plot.  But knowing Hollywood, they would find a way to ruin Sim City.

Make of a combination of Dark City and The Matrix/Tron: every time a guy wakes up the city he's living in has completely changed overnight, but he's the only one that realizes it. He eventually discovers that he's living in a computer game.


And at the end, the whole city is destroyed by simultaneous bombings, earthquakes, firestorms, floods, hurricanes, mass riots, monsters, nuclear meltdowns, plane crashes, rioting, tornadoes, and toxic spills.
 
2013-01-08 12:54:48 PM  

biyaaatci: I know why they did it, but they didn't succeed. If they were that interested in two people that looked a lot alike, why didn't they get a father and son team to play the roles? Like the Sheens, the Reiners, or Gary and Jake Busey.


Rumer Willis?
 
2013-01-08 01:10:06 PM  

likefunbutnot: Tyrone Slothrop: Robert Rodriguez appears to be under the impression that strippers don't take off their clothes.

The strippers I know stop at G-string and pasties.

/Indiana laws are stupid.


you need to hop over to that Illinois, they take it all off, depending on the venue
 
2013-01-08 01:14:17 PM  
Sin City was very disappointing, I've never seen so many strippers, whores, and sluts wear so many clothes in all my life. If you are going to have that many women employed in sex trades in your movie then by God I want to see some tits, coont, and ass.
 
2013-01-08 01:16:16 PM  

Ceiling Moran: biyaaatci: All I want to know is- WTF did they do to his face in Looper? It was so goddammed distracting.

A nose appliance and other makeup to make him more closely resemble Bruce Willis. But I agree, it was distracting.


I was too distracted by the glaring plot holes and violations of its own internal consistency to notice his nose.
 
2013-01-08 01:24:15 PM  

Detinwolf: you need to hop over to that Illinois, they take it all off, depending on the venue


Meh. The one down the street from my apartment is populated with real-life Farkettes and Redditors. Sometimes we play Magic or Heroclix.
 
2013-01-08 01:25:18 PM  

Tyrone Slothrop: Make of a combination of Dark City and The Matrix/Tron: every time a guy wakes up the city he's living in has completely changed overnight, but he's the only one that realizes it. He eventually discovers that he's living in a computer game.


Actually, that plot would work and is a lot more inventive than Die Hard 6: Die Harderer
 
2013-01-08 01:37:15 PM  
He'll join Mickey Rourke, Bruce Willis, Clive Owen, and Rosario Dawson, reprising their roles from the first film...

Um...
 
2013-01-08 01:40:12 PM  

Pyynk: That was all Jessica Alba, who refuses to do nude scenes. That said, the character is a stripper. Don't like the role? Don't take the role.


Sure she does.
 
2013-01-08 01:40:35 PM  

utsagrad123: Tyrone Slothrop: utsagrad123: Boxcutta: I would rather he star in Sim City 2, which would be a much better movie.

I read it as Sim City first.  I was wondering how that would work as a movie plot.  But knowing Hollywood, they would find a way to ruin Sim City.

Make of a combination of Dark City and The Matrix/Tron: every time a guy wakes up the city he's living in has completely changed overnight, but he's the only one that realizes it. He eventually discovers that he's living in a computer game.

And at the end, the whole city is destroyed by simultaneous bombings, earthquakes, firestorms, floods, hurricanes, mass riots, monsters, nuclear meltdowns, plane crashes, rioting, tornadoes, and toxic spills.


Better than The Sims where the whole movie would be some guy trapped in a room with no doors sobbing in his own feces then miraculously dies when his 15 fire places set all his wooden chairs on fire.
 
2013-01-08 01:48:11 PM  
I LOVE that film when it was first released, but then by the time it hit video, the mere fact of its existence, it seemed to have a much lessened impact to my care-o-meter.

I think Frank Miller's books are really great, and i'll be excited to see the sequel, but they'll have to up the ante somehow for the sequel.  Filming a whole movie in front of a green screen is less impressive today than it was in 2005.
 
2013-01-08 01:49:42 PM  

Summoner101: utsagrad123: Tyrone Slothrop: utsagrad123: Boxcutta: I would rather he star in Sim City 2, which would be a much better movie.

I read it as Sim City first.  I was wondering how that would work as a movie plot.  But knowing Hollywood, they would find a way to ruin Sim City.

Make of a combination of Dark City and The Matrix/Tron: every time a guy wakes up the city he's living in has completely changed overnight, but he's the only one that realizes it. He eventually discovers that he's living in a computer game.

And at the end, the whole city is destroyed by simultaneous bombings, earthquakes, firestorms, floods, hurricanes, mass riots, monsters, nuclear meltdowns, plane crashes, rioting, tornadoes, and toxic spills.

Better than The Sims where the whole movie would be some guy trapped in a room with no doors sobbing in his own feces then miraculously dies when his 15 fire places set all his wooden chairs on fire.


Nicolas Cage would be perfect for that role.
 
2013-01-08 02:23:41 PM  

That Reilly Monster: gunga galunga: He's being given the roles that would have otherwise gone to Shia LaBeouf. For that alone, he gets a lifetime free pass from me.

Truth. Came here to say something to that effect, Star Lord is tough to cast but as long as it isn't TheBeef everything should work out. He'll be in a mask for most of the movie anyway.


Unless they cast Hugo Weaving, actors arent usually willing to put up with that.

balancedworklife.com
 
2013-01-08 02:24:59 PM  

likefunbutnot: Tyrone Slothrop: Robert Rodriguez appears to be under the impression that strippers don't take off their clothes.

The strippers I know stop at G-string and pasties.

/Indiana laws are stupid.


When did the law change? Around 15 years ago they used to go topless, but that was then. I know South Bend has been trying to get rid of the strip clubs for years so maybe it depends on the county. Michigan still goes completely nude but only if the club doesn't sell alcohol.
 
2013-01-08 02:32:15 PM  

Stig2112: likefunbutnot: Tyrone Slothrop: Robert Rodriguez appears to be under the impression that strippers don't take off their clothes.

The strippers I know stop at G-string and pasties.

/Indiana laws are stupid.

When did the law change? Around 15 years ago they used to go topless, but that was then. I know South Bend has been trying to get rid of the strip clubs for years so maybe it depends on the county. Michigan still goes completely nude but only if the club doesn't sell alcohol.


Where I live, everybody has to wear a T-bar, which is a thong that has extra crotch coverage or something, whether or not they working in a nude club or one with a bar. If there's a bar, nipples have to be covered as well. As I understand it those are the rules for Fort Wayne and Indy as well.

Smoking in clubs is still legal in Indiana though.
 
2013-01-08 02:33:32 PM  

That Reilly Monster: He'll be in a mask for most of the movie anyway.


stallone's judge dredd. one of the praises for urban was he kept the helmet on.


Erix: How are Micky Rourke and Bruce Willis going to reprise their roles when their characters died in the first one?

a dame to kill for

takes place before sin city. it centers on clive owen's character and how he ends up joining the prostitutes as their enforcer more or less.
 
2013-01-08 02:50:37 PM  
I saw Looper, and I have no idea why the infatuation for this guy exists. From what I can tell he's good at squinting.
 
2013-01-08 02:52:29 PM  

Cagey B: I saw Looper, and I have no idea why the infatuation for this guy exists. From what I can tell he's good at squinting.


See Brick, Hesher and The Lookout before you come to any conclusions.

/i think he has naturally squinty eyes
 
2013-01-08 02:57:04 PM  

gunga galunga: Crewmannumber6: I've been an advocate for him since Brick, but he seems to be reaching the saturation point lately.

He's being given the roles that would have otherwise gone to Shia LaBeouf. For that alone, he gets a lifetime free pass from me.


Did even Hollywood get sick of his douchebaggery? I mean the guy couldn't even BS about hooking up with Megan Fox without sounding like a Farker obviously lying about it.

JGL's performance in Dark Knight Rises is enough for me to forgive Rise of Cobra (I'm not sure that the producers didn't override everyone on that making the end result watchable maybe once, while uttery smashed); don't mind him benefiting from the Beef's narcissistic episodes.
 
2013-01-08 03:15:09 PM  

Crewmannumber6: See Brick, Hesher and The Lookout before you come to any conclusions.


\m/_ Hesher ruled! _\m/
 
2013-01-08 03:17:05 PM  
Uhoh.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt will get his dark and mysterious on for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, playing the new character of Johnny, who will figure prominently in the intersecting stories in the hard-boiled sequel

Josh Hartnett is no longer relevant.
 
2013-01-08 03:25:17 PM  

biyaaatci: All I want to know is- WTF did they do to his face in Looper? It was so goddammed distracting.


Yeah. He looked weird in that movie.
 
2013-01-08 03:35:52 PM  

gunga galunga: Crewmannumber6: I've been an advocate for him since Brick, but he seems to be reaching the saturation point lately.

He's being given the roles that would have otherwise gone to Shia LaBeouf. For that alone, he gets a lifetime free pass from me.


He deserves and Oscar for this. I'm not even joking.
 
2013-01-08 03:47:25 PM  
Carla Gugino signed yet?
 
2013-01-08 03:54:33 PM  

Madbassist1: Pyynk: That was all Jessica Alba, who refuses to do nude scenes. That said, the character is a stripper. Don't like the role? Don't take the role.

Sure she does.


Except she wouldn't for Sin City.
 
2013-01-08 03:56:53 PM  

likefunbutnot: Where I live, everybody has to wear a T-bar, which is a thong that has extra crotch coverage or something, whether or not they working in a nude club or one with a bar. If there's a bar, nipples have to be covered as well. As I understand it those are the rules for Fort Wayne and Indy as well.


I live in Indy and haven't been to a club in a year or so, but can't remember the last time i saw pasties. Some of 'em wear that weird litlte tape on the nipples.
 
2013-01-08 04:08:04 PM  

Boxcutta: I would rather he star in Sim City 2, which would be a much better movie.


That's what I thought it said. lol
 
2013-01-08 04:09:19 PM  

Starhawk: likefunbutnot: Where I live, everybody has to wear a T-bar, which is a thong that has extra crotch coverage or something, whether or not they working in a nude club or one with a bar. If there's a bar, nipples have to be covered as well. As I understand it those are the rules for Fort Wayne and Indy as well.

I live in Indy and haven't been to a club in a year or so, but can't remember the last time i saw pasties. Some of 'em wear that weird litlte tape on the nipples.


The Classy Chassy FTW!

Didn't go there, but last time I was in Indianapolis I drove by and couldn't stop laughing at the name.
 
2013-01-08 04:13:59 PM  

Crotchrocket Slim: gunga galunga: Crewmannumber6: I've been an advocate for him since Brick, but he seems to be reaching the saturation point lately.

He's being given the roles that would have otherwise gone to Shia LaBeouf. For that alone, he gets a lifetime free pass from me.

Did even Hollywood get sick of his douchebaggery? I mean the guy couldn't even BS about hooking up with Megan Fox without sounding like a Farker obviously lying about it.


That's my guess. He certianly owed the big surge in his career a few years back to Steven Spielberg who was convinced that The Beef was Hollywood's newest "It" kid, but then he burnt that bridge. Boy did he ever. Not that I'm defending Kingdom of the Crysal Skull (which is damn near impossible to do), but if you're the secondary lead of a Hollywood blockbuster, and you're doing the press tour, you damn well better plug the movie instead of saying shiat like (heavily paraphrased) "it's a bad movie. I blame the director. And Harrison Ford agrees with me". Even though Crystal Skull is undeniably a crap movie, that sort of shiat makes other directors reluctant to hire you.

/Spielberg refused to comment on his remarks
//Harrison Ford called him a "farking idiot"
 
2013-01-08 04:16:12 PM  

Starhawk: likefunbutnot: Where I live, everybody has to wear a T-bar, which is a thong that has extra crotch coverage or something, whether or not they working in a nude club or one with a bar. If there's a bar, nipples have to be covered as well. As I understand it those are the rules for Fort Wayne and Indy as well.

I live in Indy and haven't been to a club in a year or so, but can't remember the last time i saw pasties. Some of 'em wear that weird litlte tape on the nipples.


Most of 'em actually use patterned tape they get at Joann Fabrics or something. Some use electrical tape. A couple use little round bandages.
 
2013-01-08 04:24:57 PM  

Cyno01: That Reilly Monster: gunga galunga: He's being given the roles that would have otherwise gone to Shia LaBeouf. For that alone, he gets a lifetime free pass from me.

Truth. Came here to say something to that effect, Star Lord is tough to cast but as long as it isn't TheBeef everything should work out. He'll be in a mask for most of the movie anyway.

Unless they cast Hugo Weaving, actors arent usually willing to put up with that.

[balancedworklife.com image 450x350]


In all fairness, everyone involved with The Avengers should have just said "fark Cap's mask". I know, I know, true to the comic books and everything, but next to everyone else, it looked even MORE ridiculous than it does when he's the sole hero.
 
2013-01-08 04:25:04 PM  

gunga galunga: Crotchrocket Slim: gunga galunga: Crewmannumber6: I've been an advocate for him since Brick, but he seems to be reaching the saturation point lately.

He's being given the roles that would have otherwise gone to Shia LaBeouf. For that alone, he gets a lifetime free pass from me.

Did even Hollywood get sick of his douchebaggery? I mean the guy couldn't even BS about hooking up with Megan Fox without sounding like a Farker obviously lying about it.

That's my guess. He certianly owed the big surge in his career a few years back to Steven Spielberg who was convinced that The Beef was Hollywood's newest "It" kid, but then he burnt that bridge. Boy did he ever. Not that I'm defending Kingdom of the Crysal Skull (which is damn near impossible to do), but if you're the secondary lead of a Hollywood blockbuster, and you're doing the press tour, you damn well better plug the movie instead of saying shiat like (heavily paraphrased) "it's a bad movie. I blame the director. And Harrison Ford agrees with me". Even though Crystal Skull is undeniably a crap movie, that sort of shiat makes other directors reluctant to hire you.

/Spielberg refused to comment on his remarks
//Harrison Ford called him a "farking idiot"


The funny thing is I was thinking of entirely separate incidents where he burned his professional bridges in the press (dude has had more than his fair share of such incidents).
 
2013-01-08 04:26:25 PM  

Six_By_Nine: Cyno01: That Reilly Monster: gunga galunga: He's being given the roles that would have otherwise gone to Shia LaBeouf. For that alone, he gets a lifetime free pass from me.

Truth. Came here to say something to that effect, Star Lord is tough to cast but as long as it isn't TheBeef everything should work out. He'll be in a mask for most of the movie anyway.

Unless they cast Hugo Weaving, actors arent usually willing to put up with that.

[balancedworklife.com image 450x350]

In all fairness, everyone involved with The Avengers should have just said "fark Cap's mask". I know, I know, true to the comic books and everything, but next to everyone else, it looked even MORE ridiculous than it does when he's the sole hero.


Did Evans really refuse to wear the mask? I figured they cut down on how much he wore it for the reasons you mentioned.
 
2013-01-08 04:34:51 PM  

Crotchrocket Slim: The funny thing is I was thinking of entirely separate incidents where he burned his professional bridges in the press (dude has had more than his fair share of such incidents).


The guy is an all around dick and reveals himself as such in just about every interview he gives. I cited that particular incident because it was the biggest example of him biting the hand that fed him. Spielberg was the producer behind most of his big movies. But notice how in Lincoln, it was JGL who played Robert Todd Lincoln and not The Beef?
 
2013-01-08 04:41:34 PM  
Hell yes.
 
2013-01-08 04:42:55 PM  
JGL once said in an interview that he only did GI Joe because it was probably his only chance to be in a big summer movie.
 
2013-01-08 04:55:48 PM  
I seem to recall the Beef saying something about Transformers 3 being "like a finger in the ass." While I agree with the statement, I can imagine why directors might not be all that likely to want to work with him.
 
2013-01-08 05:22:44 PM  

gunga galunga: But notice how in Lincoln, it was JGL who played Robert Todd Lincoln and not The Beef?


But are those two guys really up for the same roles?

JGL comes across as an adult, even during those times I have a hard time seeing it (he'll always be the 3rd Rock kid to me). LaBoeuf never seems to come across as more than a douchebag college student.
 
2013-01-08 05:47:16 PM  

Crotchrocket Slim: Six_By_Nine: Cyno01: That Reilly Monster: gunga galunga: He's being given the roles that would have otherwise gone to Shia LaBeouf. For that alone, he gets a lifetime free pass from me.

Truth. Came here to say something to that effect, Star Lord is tough to cast but as long as it isn't TheBeef everything should work out. He'll be in a mask for most of the movie anyway.

Unless they cast Hugo Weaving, actors arent usually willing to put up with that.

[balancedworklife.com image 450x350]

In all fairness, everyone involved with The Avengers should have just said "fark Cap's mask". I know, I know, true to the comic books and everything, but next to everyone else, it looked even MORE ridiculous than it does when he's the sole hero.

Did Evans really refuse to wear the mask? I figured they cut down on how much he wore it for the reasons you mentioned.


It wasnt just Evans though, Hemsworth wore the ICONIC helmet for like the first 5 minutes of Thor, RDJ had the faceplate open every time he wasnt fighting, granted they changed Hawkeyes costume pretty radically, because that would have been TOO silly, but yeah, look at the non marvel studios comic book movies lately. Spiderman cant keep his damn mask on, in the Rami trilogy or the new one, and again, the comic book costume would look pretty silly IRL, but wolverine hasnt worn a mask once in any of the 4 movies he was in.

Willing to bet Star Lord wont be wearing a mask for a significant portion of the movie, but im ok with that because im just happy to be getting a Guardians of the Galaxy movie in the first place, 5 years ago i would have bet a million dollars that theres no way a GoG movie would ever get made.

Studio exec: "A talking raccoon? Get the fark out of my office."
 
2013-01-08 06:04:56 PM  

Six_By_Nine: gunga galunga: But notice how in Lincoln, it was JGL who played Robert Todd Lincoln and not The Beef?

But are those two guys really up for the same roles?


No clue. But it does appear to me that the more I see of JGL, the less I see of The Beef.
 
2013-01-08 06:30:51 PM  

Pyynk: Madbassist1: Pyynk: That was all Jessica Alba, who refuses to do nude scenes. That said, the character is a stripper. Don't like the role? Don't take the role.

Sure she does.

Except she wouldn't for Sin City.


Move the goalposts much?
 
2013-01-08 06:32:38 PM  

Zarquon's Flat Tire: JGL once said in an interview that he only did GI Joe because it was probably his only chance to be in a big summer movie.


As horrible as that movie is, JGL does his job well. I had to Wiki to figure out who it was.
 
2013-01-08 06:39:58 PM  

Cyno01: Willing to bet Star Lord wont be wearing a mask for a significant portion of the movie


Starlord's Mask isn't even part of his iconic design. That's strictly from Annihilation on, and even then he didn't wear it that much. Now if they try to do Nova without the helmet, then they farked up.
 
2013-01-08 06:53:14 PM  

Tyrone Slothrop: mechgreg: Ugh Sin City 2? Sin City 1 was pretty terrible. Plus if one of your main characters is going to be a stripper, she shouldn't be wearing more clothes than any other character in the movie.

Robert Rodriguez appears to be under the impression that strippers don't take off their clothes.


Or hookers. Only parole officers get naked.
 
2013-01-08 07:30:18 PM  

Tyrone Slothrop: mechgreg: Ugh Sin City 2? Sin City 1 was pretty terrible. Plus if one of your main characters is going to be a stripper, she shouldn't be wearing more clothes than any other character in the movie.

Robert Rodriguez appears to be under the impression that strippers don't take off their clothes.


Robert Rodriquez appears to be under the impression that a somewhat scantilly clad Jessica Alba gyrating aggressively would bring in more boner-bucks than 'naked nameless whore 24'.

He seems to have been correct.

/hoping SC2 is better than that shiatfest 'the spirit'
 
2013-01-08 07:56:46 PM  
The last time I saw Sin City, it really didn't hold up. Great style, but little to no substance.

Cyno01: That Reilly Monster: gunga galunga: He's being given the roles that would have otherwise gone to Shia LaBeouf. For that alone, he gets a lifetime free pass from me.

Truth. Came here to say something to that effect, Star Lord is tough to cast but as long as it isn't TheBeef everything should work out. He'll be in a mask for most of the movie anyway.

Unless they cast Hugo Weaving, actors arent usually willing to put up with that.

[balancedworklife.com image 450x350]


Eh. Batman, Bane, Spider-Man, etc.
 
2013-01-08 08:27:58 PM  

biyaaatci: Crewmannumber6: See Brick, Hesher and The Lookout before you come to any conclusions.

\m/_ Hesher ruled! _\m/


Definitely. It sucks it didn't get seen more.
 
2013-01-08 08:38:32 PM  

Wayne 985: The last time I saw Sin City, it really didn't hold up. Great style, but little to no substance.

Cyno01: That Reilly Monster: gunga galunga: He's being given the roles that would have otherwise gone to Shia LaBeouf. For that alone, he gets a lifetime free pass from me.

Truth. Came here to say something to that effect, Star Lord is tough to cast but as long as it isn't TheBeef everything should work out. He'll be in a mask for most of the movie anyway.

Unless they cast Hugo Weaving, actors arent usually willing to put up with that.

[balancedworklife.com image 450x350]

Eh. Batman, Bane, Spider-Man, etc.


See my other post in which I specifically didnt mention Batman. But have you seen the last 4 Spider-Man movies? Cant keep his mask on.
 
2013-01-08 08:48:21 PM  
No love for Mysterious Skin? As much as you can "love" that movie. Also, I liked Gordon-Levitt's smaller role in Inception too.
 
2013-01-09 12:58:18 AM  

Cyno01: Unless they cast Hugo Weaving, actors arent usually willing to put up with that.


The late, great Andreas Katsulas wore Narn makeup for 5 years of Babylon 5, complete with red contact lenses.
 
2013-01-09 02:14:34 AM  
You know who wore a mask in a movie and was goddamned awesome? Darth Vader. He even emoted through that motherfarker. I've watched every movie James earl Jones was in (Forget the irony I'm ignoring Prowse, though I've seen all his work too)

If major actors can be voice actors in cartoon movies, they can wear a goddamn mask when the script calls for it, and do it with a smile.

It really does annoy me that comic book movies use every trick possible to keep their characters in civilian clothes for as long as possible.
 
2013-01-09 05:25:12 AM  

Cyno01: Unless they cast Hugo Weaving, actors arent usually willing to put up with that.


I read somewhere (hell, maybe it was here on Fark) that it wasn't so much about the actors not wanting to wear masks, but the producers being afraid that the audience couldn't connect with the character if they couldn't see the character's face.

Is that not the case?
 
2013-01-09 08:23:50 AM  

Madbassist1: Pyynk: Madbassist1: Pyynk: That was all Jessica Alba, who refuses to do nude scenes. That said, the character is a stripper. Don't like the role? Don't take the role.

Sure she does.

Except she wouldn't for Sin City.

Move the goalposts much?


No, I'm merely stating what's been reported in regards to Sin City. Alba stated she wouldn't do nudity. I provided a link where she stated she wouldn't do nudity in a very passive aggressive way. If that's pissing you off, ease back from the internet. :)
 
2013-01-09 09:20:54 AM  

Tyrone Slothrop: biyaaatci: Crewmannumber6: See Brick, Hesher and The Lookout before you come to any conclusions.

\m/_ Hesher ruled! _\m/

Definitely. It sucks it didn't get seen more.


It's posted on Youtube, the full movie.
 
2013-01-09 09:27:58 AM  

Pyynk: No, I'm merely stating what's been reported in regards to Sin City. Alba stated she wouldn't do nudity. I provided a link where she stated she wouldn't do nudity in a very passive aggressive way. If that's pissing you off, ease back from the internet. :)


pissed off? hardly. that just isnt what the person I was replying to said (sorry if its you). They said she doesnt do nudity...and she might not now, but she has before, is all I'm saying.
 
2013-01-09 09:43:37 AM  
I think the picture we're missing is how much naked lesbian parole officer will we have?
 
2013-01-09 10:51:02 AM  
I think he's wasted on Sin City 2. Besides, now we're going to have the obvious "Younger Bruce Willis" typecasting since he did Loopers. Does he really want to step into another role that is so closely tied to Willis?

Jeez. He might as well start banging Demi Moore, too.
 
2013-01-09 12:31:16 PM  

Holfax: Tyrone Slothrop: mechgreg: Ugh Sin City 2? Sin City 1 was pretty terrible. Plus if one of your main characters is going to be a stripper, she shouldn't be wearing more clothes than any other character in the movie.

Robert Rodriguez appears to be under the impression that strippers don't take off their clothes.

Or hookers. Only parole officers get naked.


And I want to shake the hand of whoever convinced her to take the role.

gunga galunga: Crotchrocket Slim: The funny thing is I was thinking of entirely separate incidents where he burned his professional bridges in the press (dude has had more than his fair share of such incidents).

The guy is an all around dick and reveals himself as such in just about every interview he gives. I cited that particular incident because it was the biggest example of him biting the hand that fed him. Spielberg was the producer behind most of his big movies. But notice how in Lincoln, it was JGL who played Robert Todd Lincoln and not The Beef?


C(possibly not true)SB that I heard from a co-worker: Daniel Day Lewis actually requested that JGL be considered for the role, as he considers JGL the finest actor of his generation. JGL did not actually meet the real DDL until filming had wrapped, as Lewis stayed in character from the moment they first met until they were done shooting the movie.
 
2013-01-09 12:58:39 PM  

Tyrone Slothrop: mechgreg: Ugh Sin City 2? Sin City 1 was pretty terrible. Plus if one of your main characters is going to be a stripper, she shouldn't be wearing more clothes than any other character in the movie.

Robert Rodriguez appears to be under the impression that strippers don't take off their clothes.


Carla Gugino took off her clothes even though she wasn't the stripper character, and those few seconds were worth the price of admission alone. Seeing Jessica Alba's jubblies amidst her vapid acting would somehow be a letdown. Plus, she was supposed to be the innocent kid that Bruce Willis' character kept watch over all those years, not to mention Rourke keeping her safe by fending off the low-lifes. Alba's entire character was a stripper clad in a mantle of "naughty innocence," so nudity was out of the question.

That and I'm sure Alba has a no-nudes clause in any film contract she signs. If we ever do see it, there's going to be a modest Playboy spread with a metric shiat-ton of airbrushing.
 
2013-01-09 01:28:18 PM  
Still not sold on the guy as an actor. We have been getting a steady dose of him in leading roles since Inception, but to this point, he has been underwhelming.
 
2013-01-09 01:34:09 PM  

andino: Cyno01: Unless they cast Hugo Weaving, actors arent usually willing to put up with that.

I read somewhere (hell, maybe it was here on Fark) that it wasn't so much about the actors not wanting to wear masks, but the producers being afraid that the audience couldn't connect with the character if they couldn't see the character's face.

Is that not the case?


Probably a lot of both. Why pay for big names if theyre gonna wear a mask the whole time.
 
2013-01-10 06:13:06 AM  

Madbassist1: Pyynk: Madbassist1: Pyynk: That was all Jessica Alba, who refuses to do nude scenes. That said, the character is a stripper. Don't like the role? Don't take the role.

Sure she does.

Except she wouldn't for Sin City.

Move the goalposts much?


I thought she used a body double for The Killer Inside Me?
 
2013-01-11 08:23:16 AM  
It was bad enough Jessica Alba wouldn't show some boobie in the movie, but couldn't they have found SOME way to get her and Alexis Bledl making out ?
 
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