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Electric Monk

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Re: questionable content - the movie
« Reply #100 on: 02 Oct 2006, 20:43 »

who would play the makeout hobo

kieffer don't count

Makeout hobo would be played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt. I think he'd be awesome in that role.
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Sabriel

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Re: questionable content - the movie
« Reply #101 on: 03 Oct 2006, 23:30 »

Tony Vincent for Marten ...


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Ravenbomb

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Re: questionable content - the movie
« Reply #102 on: 04 Oct 2006, 20:52 »

Makeout Hobo = T.J. Thyne
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Ragman

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Re: questionable content - the movie
« Reply #103 on: 04 Oct 2006, 23:25 »

Winslow voice: Rosearik "Riki" Simons. I see him having that high type of voice like GIR
Pintsize voice: I liked the suggestion of Billy West, though honestly, not sure, I'd see his voice being something like a teen ages, and a bit higher.
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Ravenbomb

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Re: questionable content - the movie
« Reply #104 on: 05 Oct 2006, 19:44 »

The more I think about it, the more I think Amy Acker would be a good pick for Faye
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Re: questionable content - the movie
« Reply #105 on: 06 Oct 2006, 17:56 »

Pintsize voice: I liked the suggestion of Billy West, though honestly, not sure, I'd see his voice being something like a teen ages, and a bit higher.
I always thought that, if QC were ever an animated series, Billy West would be perfect for the voice of Marten.

I think that whoever does the voice for Stewie Griffin would be a good choice for Pintsize.
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Re: questionable content - the movie
« Reply #106 on: 08 Oct 2006, 06:45 »

I reckon Ben Foster would make a pretty good Steve, but that's going off his performance in The Punisher, not X3
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thestowell

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Re: questionable content - the movie
« Reply #107 on: 09 Oct 2006, 02:10 »

Yay! I have new hobby! Let me head over to IMDB and do some diging. I'm gonna get this right, trust me.
Chew on this idea: Unknowns playing the main charaters while typically high paid and main billed folks as bit parts.
« Last Edit: 09 Oct 2006, 03:19 by thestowell »
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rasufelle

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Re: questionable content - the movie
« Reply #108 on: 16 Oct 2006, 20:52 »

If QC were a movie/TV show I can see:

Marten:
Faye:
Dora: Sienna Guillory
Raven:
Steve: Paul Walker
Ellen:
Amir:
Natasha: Piper Perabo
Pintsize:
Hannelore: Brittany Murphy works
Winslow:
Jimbo: Dax Shepard
Makeout Hobo: Colin Farrell
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Alegis

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Re: questionable content - the movie
« Reply #109 on: 17 Oct 2006, 11:23 »

POST PIX. IM LAZY AND NOT LOOKING THOSE ACTORS UP
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lestack

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Re: questionable content - the movie
« Reply #110 on: 19 Oct 2006, 00:43 »

Ok, I'm liking Alan Tudyk as Pintsize and Tom Waits as Jimbo. We HAVE TO HAVE TOM WAITS PLZ

Beyond that, eh

And Diedrich Bader is not really a redneck watch-out-for-your-cornhole bloke - anyone seen the Drew Carey Show? Before it started to massively suck?

Anyway apart from the above, I kind of agree with unknowns for the rest of the parts, because otherwise you aren't watching marten and faye and dora and pintsize, you're watching BRAD PITT AS some dude and BRITTANY MURPHY AS some crazy bint (heh imagine that)
« Last Edit: 19 Oct 2006, 00:47 by lestack »
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Felix_

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Re: questionable content - the movie
« Reply #111 on: 19 Oct 2006, 00:47 »

Here's a grand idea : A QC movie cast with virtual unknowns!

I think that's the best choice. Star power can die.
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Ravenbomb

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Re: questionable content - the movie
« Reply #112 on: 19 Oct 2006, 13:27 »

POST PIX. IM LAZY AND NOT LOOKING THOSE ACTORS UP

ok

Marten: Scott Mechlowicz

Faye: Amy Acker
(couldn't find one of her in glasses, I'll get a better pic later)
Dora: Zooey Deschanel

Steve: Shawn Hatosy

Raven: Carla Gallo

Hannelore: Brittney Murphy

Marten's mom: Jessica Harper

voice of Pintsize: Richard Steven Horvitz

Jimbo: Diedrich Bader

Makeout Hobo: TJ Thyne
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kablaaamo

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Re: questionable content - the movie
« Reply #113 on: 19 Oct 2006, 20:15 »

My only input to this thread is that ZACH BRAFF IS NOT ALLOWED TO BE MARTEN EVER, EVEN HYPOTHETICALLY.

k thx bye.
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Felix_

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Re: questionable content - the movie
« Reply #114 on: 19 Oct 2006, 20:47 »

My only input to this thread is that ZACH BRAFF IS NOT ALLOWED TO BE MARTEN EVER, EVEN HYPOTHETICALLY.

k thx bye.

I'm inclined to agree.
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rasufelle

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Re: questionable content - the movie
« Reply #115 on: 20 Oct 2006, 20:19 »

I'm sorry, but since the comic's about Indie Rock anyways, doesn't it make sense to have one of the characters be a member of a good Indie band?  I mean, I admit to not having much access to Indie music (where I grew up you were considered an outsider if you listened to anything other than Merle Haggard and Lynnyrd Skynnyrd) but aren't there at least a couple of good Indie artists who would fit one or two of the roles?
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Felix_

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Re: questionable content - the movie
« Reply #116 on: 21 Oct 2006, 04:20 »

I'm sorry, but since the comic's about Indie Rock anyways, doesn't it make sense to have one of the characters be a member of a good Indie band?  I mean, I admit to not having much access to Indie music (where I grew up you were considered an outsider if you listened to anything other than Merle Haggard and Lynnyrd Skynnyrd) but aren't there at least a couple of good Indie artists who would fit one or two of the roles?

Indie artists could at least be supporting cast and not part of the 'main-group' of characters, much like grunge artists were in the killer Cameron Crowe film 'Singles'.
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