FLOB-The Movie

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FLOB-The Movie

Postby Toe Save » 06 Mar 2012, 18:21

Casting Call. Any actor/celebrity living or dead and if you'd like, at any period in their career. Who ya gonna cast? You can't cast yourself is the only rule.

SuperKing-John Lennon
Bu Lai En-Peter Ustinov
Maoman-William Shatner (Star Trek era)
JimiPresley-too easy
Tempo Gain-Woody Allen
Tigerman-Jerry Garcia
Funk500-Jason Statham
Sandman-Mel Gibson
The Chief-John Goodman (or Fatty Arbuckle if he's available)
Goose Egg-Chou Yun Fat
DragonBones-Paul Giamatti

Feel free to make your own casting calls on these or others.
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Re: FLOB-The Movie

Postby jimipresley » 06 Mar 2012, 19:04

Toe Save wrote:JimiPresley-too easy

Charles Bukowski?
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Re: FLOB-The Movie

Postby Toe Save » 06 Mar 2012, 19:08

jimipresley wrote:
Toe Save wrote:JimiPresley-too easy

Charles Bukowski?


Oh I like, but you can't cast yourself. I was thinking good ol Ron J. Would you sign off on Sean Penn?
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Re: FLOB-The Movie

Postby jimipresley » 06 Mar 2012, 19:29

Toe Save wrote:
jimipresley wrote:
Toe Save wrote:JimiPresley-too easy

Charles Bukowski?


Oh I like, but you can't cast yourself. I was thinking good ol Ron J. Would you sign off on Sean Penn?

I'd prefer Oliver Reed if possible.
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Re: FLOB-The Movie

Postby Deuce Dropper » 06 Mar 2012, 19:42

I do not know what any of you look like, this is based on your posting.

Toe Save - Dave Coulier (corny sense of humor)
Tainan Cowboy - John Wayne (old school)
ChewEy - Glen Beck (amusingly delusional)
Jimi Presley - Paul Weller (80s rocker)
Tommy 525 - Roman Polanski (likes em young)
Muzha Man - Michael Moriarty (talented but mad at the world)
Sandman - Larry David (brilliantly rude and occasionally awkward)
Buttercup - Dame Judy Dench (staunchly pommish)
fred smith - Jack Nicholson (adored and loved by some of his peers)
Jaboney - Sean Penn (all the things the right hates about the left)
Satellite TV - Larry the Cable Guy (or whatever the Aussie equivalent is)
Cyborg Ninja - Dakota Fanning (with a crew cut playing a male)
Tigerman - Phil Lesh (or any other straight hippy)
jd smith - Craig T Nelson (circa 'Coach' era)
superking - Jerry Van Dyke (circa 'Coach' era)
Big John - Merlin Olsen (seems like a 'big' candidate)
Okami - Sean Hannity (politically stuck in)
GuyInTaiwan - Mel Gibson (amusing Aussie)
Chris - Rachel Maddow (playing a male role, crew cut already in place)
k.k. - Richard Dean Anderson (big hockey fan)
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Re: FLOB-The Movie

Postby saddletramp » 06 Mar 2012, 23:44

Deuce: William Coaker

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Re: FLOB-The Movie

Postby antarcticbeech » 06 Mar 2012, 23:56

Sandman would be played by an irate Billy Connolly (who is, most appropriately, a musician, too).
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Re: FLOB-The Movie

Postby ChewDawg » 07 Mar 2012, 14:30

Sandman: Dennis the Pennis (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v654Jh5Z9uI) :lol: :lol:
Jaboney: Lillian Hellman (for her far left views) without the literary/movie fame :lol:
Deuce Dropper: Some no-name CBC artiste that is only known in Canada
Almas John: Oliver Reed in his later years (for the drinking)
Comrade Stalin: Dennis Hopper (the artist)
Tigerman: Jerry Garcia
Dragonbones: Tattoo from Fantasy Island
Fred Smith: Frederick II
Jd smith: P. J.O'Rourke
Maoman: Tomás de Torquemada
Tainan Cowboy: Lee Marvin
The Chief: The Banjo Player from Deliverance
The Gingerman:Richard Harris
Tommy 525: Rodney Dangerfield (no respect from people)
Politbureau: Mickey Rooney as a senior
Sam Wong: Mickey Rooney in Breakfast at Tiffany's as a Chinese person
So I got an expresso and a hot burrito!
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Re: FLOB-The Movie

Postby jdsmith » 07 Mar 2012, 14:32

jd smith - Craig T Nelson (circa 'Coach' era)
Jd smith: P. J.O'Rourke

I can live with those. :thumbsup:

I would have accepted Nick Nolte as well.
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Re: FLOB-The Movie

Postby Jaboney » 07 Mar 2012, 14:39

Deuce Dropper wrote:Jaboney - Sean Penn (all the things the right hates about the left)

I'll take that. Ed Norton too.
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