After a weekend of kicking off a new feature (check out Ranting On...), and adding two more OVP movies to the lineup, don't think I've forgotten that I'm two weeks behind on Glee recaps.
And Kitty gets perhaps the best bitchy line of the night, and we're only two minutes in, "you don't get dibs on Les Miz just because you are the poster," to Marley-snap.
And kudos to Sugar for her line as well "we should do The Artist so we don't have to sing." At some point, they have to give Sugar a plot line again.
Walter -- Emmy is SO pretty and her voice is spectacular. i think it would be more fun to miscast it (you know that's more likely to happen) -jean valjean - john travoltajavert - tom hanksfantine - julia robertsmarius - some american idol placegettercosette - someone from gleeeponine - someone else from gleethrenadier - michael douglasmdm thenadier - catherine zeta jones Jean Valjean: Hugh Jackman (He MUST get this role, Duh!
Cosette: Melanie Laurent Eponine: Mia wasikowska Threnadier: Jim Broadbent Cristhian -- i'm surprised at your Fantine suggestion but i kinda like it (on account of her voice). Cosette: Emmy Rossum Eponine: Wasikowska does have the right look... Bryce Dallas Howard sang in The Village and I remember her voice being quite pure, not big and brassy though..might fit in somewhere...maybe Cossette? Nathaniel: I thought Colin Firth was fine in Mamma Mia, but now that you mention it that may just be because he was singing next to Pierce Brosnan. Mysjkin -- i don't think i've ever seen Ewan Mc Gregor in a role that buttoned-down in terms of joy. and i love your suggestion for Mrs and Mrs Thenardier. I'd love to see Kate Winslet in a musical (as Fantine I guess, not knowing much about Les Mis)She can sing but has never actually done a musical before - although I remember reading somewhere she was considered for Moulin Rouge...
Not to be rude, but at some point television producers need to pick another director to hero-worship. -get out of my dreams and get Darren Criss into my car, Ryan Murphy, as I'm fairly certain I had this on my Christmas list (except I was played by Kurt and it was slightly less G-rated). Slightly less intriguing possibility-I think they've already done the drug story, and if they are going to heavy drugs, shouldn't it be with someone we have a more important connection with like Rachel or Quinn?
And while they're having their cinematic moment, can I just acknowledge the hypocrisy on Kurt's part hiding that he and Blaine cheated while he's still dating the British dude (name to be determined at some point). Red hair club...umm, we're just not going to talk until the commercial.
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Despite being moved into production during the 90s when the British mega-musical of the same name was well into its record breaking stage run, Hollywood thought it time to revive the book, which had been filmed many times before, but not as an adaptation of the ginormously popular musical. )Inpector Jalvert: Christoph Waltz Marius: Jonathan Groff Fantine: Marion Cotillard (After seeing her in "Nine", I confident by this choice)Cosette: Melanie Laurent (Also Cotillard and Laurent are good friends) or maybe an unknown Eponine: Emmy Rossum, perhaps Thenardier: Kevin Kline or Geoffrey Rush Thenardiess: Catherine O' Hara (I love her and like Kline/Rush, she has the comedic timing)Enjolras: Dominic Cooper The Bishop: Jim Broadbent I wonder why people never have offered Zeta Jones another role in a musical.