DrewCurtisJr: miss diminutive: What's going to happen to all these people when CGI becomes so cheap and realistic that Hollywood decides to replace extras with computer animated figures?Only extras? What's going to happen when they can render the whole cast?
buntz: I always wondered when you saw a show or movie where they made fun of a fat or ugly person, how did they cast for that?I mean, do they say flat out "Look, we're casting a character named Martha Dumptruck and everyone will mock the character for being fat. We need fat ugly girls!""We're casting a fat guy named "Lardass" who will vomit on everyone and be ridiculed. Looking for fat hillbilly types!"What is the delicate tiptoe in the casting office for things like this?
eas81: Typecast you say, well if you need to end a show just let this guy know:
kumanoki: Uhh..bon jore.
skinink: Garret Dillahunt is an awesome actor who's hard to typecast. In "Deadwood" he played two different characters that were completely different from one another, and you wouldn't have realized right away if at all that the actor had been in the show as two different people.[m.popstar.com image 384x320][images.buddytv.com image 385x286]
jaytkay: Jewy McJewboy
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