deceased actor

anonymous asked:

i feel like this has been asked before, but i can't find it sooooo: may i ask, who would be your ideal actors for your intrepretation of peter and wade? it can be actors who've played the character before or not, younger versions of actors who are too old now, deceased actors, what have you, nothing is off the table; i'm just really curious and would love it if you would be kind enough to indulge me, but if not that's cool too :)

Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson as Wade Wilson and Vin Diesel as Peter Parker. 

Un-fun: Hipster Creatures

Unglued had a chicken theme and Unhinged had a donkey theme. I really like the idea of the next Un-set having a hipster theme. They would all have pre-modern card borders and the keyword “Obscure.” With that in mind, I submit to you some hipster creature card ideas…

Esper Lit Major 
1UU 
1/ 2 
Creature - Vedalken Hipster 
Obscure – At the beginning of your upkeep, you may name a book title. If no opponent can name a character from that book, you may name a character from that book and all hipsters gain hexproof until the beginning of your next upkeep. 

Serra Activist 
WWWW 
3/3 
Creature - Angel Hipster 
Obscure - At the beginning of combat on your turn, you may say the acronym of an organization. If no opponent can name the organization, you may say the name of that organization and all hipsters gain flying until the end of the turn. 
Most people just ignore what’s happened to the beeble population. Did you know in some places they even eat them? #beebleaware 

Argothian Foodie 
1G 
2/2 
Creature - Elf Hipster 
Obscure – At the beginning of combat on your turn, you may say the name of a food. If no opponent can say an ingredient other than water that is in that food, you may say an ingredient other than water that is in that food and all hipsters gain trample until end of turn. 
“If you want REAL flavor in your flavor text, it’s got to be fresh, local, and hand-written. But you might like this pre-printed stuff.” 

Akki DJ 
1R 
1/1 
Creature - Goblin Hipster 
Obscure – Whenever a hipster enters the battlefield under your control, you may name a musical artist or group. If no opponent can name a song performed by that artist or group, you may name a song by that artist or group and all hipsters gain haste until end of turn. 
The moment the music started, there was a frenzy among the crowd. It was all going accordion to plan. 

Nosferatu Movie Buff 
2B 
3/1 
Creature - Vampire Hipster 
Obscure – At the beginning of any player’s attack step, you may name a deceased actor. If no opponent can name a movie in which that actor appeared in the credits, you may name a movie in which that actor appeared in the credits and all hipsters gain deathtouch until end of turn. 
Oh you don’t get the Nosferatu reference? I’m not surprised. 

Vintage Player 
WUBRG 
4/4 
Legendary Creature - Human Gamer Hipster 
All hipsters you control get +1/+1 and gain Protection from Modern (Hipsters can’t be blocked, targeted, dealt damage, or enchanted by anything with a modern card border.) 
Uncool before it was cool. 

As you can see, I still need some help coming up with flavor text for a few.
3dspacejesus elspethsunschampion sigmasupreme hopelessly-vorthosian ihititwithmyaxe narcissisticnihilist spacecosts ajani—goldmane
Any suggestions? Anything you would add? 

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Since doing two analyses on two Disney heroines and two Disney villains sharing the same voice actresses, I decided to check out just how many there were who voiced multiple characters in different Disney animated films…and for the eras of during and after Walt Disney’s life, I have found a lot!

During Disney’s Time

  • Verna Felton: Dumbo (Elephant Matriarch), Cinderella (Fairy Godmother), Alice in Wonderland (Queen of Hearts), Lady and the Tramp (Aunt Sarah), Sleeping Beauty (Flora), The Jungle Book (Winifred)
  • Sterling Holloway: Dumbo (Mr. Stork), Bambi (Adult Flower), Alice in Wonderland (Cheshire Cat), The Jungle Book (Kaa), The Aristocats (Roquefort), The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (Winnie the Pooh)
  • Bill Thompson: Alice in Wonderland (White Rabbit/Dodo), Peter Pan (Mr. Smee), Lady and the Tramp (Jock), Sleeping Beauty (King Hubert), The Aristocats (Uncle Waldo)
  • Barbara Luddy: Lady and the Tramp (Lady), Sleeping Beauty (Merryweather), 101 Dalmatians (Puppy), Robin Hood (Little Sister/Mother Rabbit), The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (Kanga)
  • J. Pat O'Malley: The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (Cyril Proudbottom), Alice in Wonderland (Walrus/Carpenter/Tweedledee/Tweedledum), 101 Dalmatians (Jasper/Colonel), The Jungle Book (Colonel Hathi), Robin Hood (Otto)
  • Martha Wentworth: 101 Dalmatians (Nanny/Lucy/Queenie), The Sword in the Stone (Madam Mim/Squirrel)
  • Eleanor Audley: Cinderella (Lady Tremaine), Sleeping Beauty (Maleficent)
  • Sebastian Cabot: The Sword and the Stone (Sir Ector), The Jungle Book (Bagheera), The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (Narrator)
  • Betty Lou Gerson: Cinderella (Narrator), 101 Dalmatians (Cruella DeVil)
  • Lucille Bliss: Cinderella (Anastaia), Alice in Wonderland (Sunflower/Tulip), Peter Pan (Mermaid), 101 Dalmatians (TV Commercial Singer)
  • Heather Angel: Alice in Wonderland (Alice’s sister), Peter Pan (Mary Darling)

After Disney’s Time

  • Phil Harris: The Jungle Book (Baloo), The Aristocats (Thomas O'Malley), Robin Hood (Little John)
  • Pat Buttram: The Aristocats (Napoleon), Robin Hood (Sheriff of Nottingham), The Rescuers (Luke), The Fox and the Hound (Chief)
  • Eva Gabor: The Aristocats (Duchess), The Rescuers, The Rescuers Down Under (Miss Bianca)
  • Paul Winchell: The Aristocats (Shun Gon), The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (Tigger), The Fox and the Hound (Boomer)
  • John Fiedler: Robin Hood (Father Sexton), The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (Piglet), The Rescuers (Owl), The Fox and the Hound (Porcupine), The Emperor’s New Groove (Old Man)
  • Ben Wright: 101 Dalmatians (Roger), The Jungle Book (Rama), The Little Mermaid (Grimsby)
  • Monica Evans: The Aristocats (Abigail Gabble), Robin Hood (Maid Marian)
  • Carole Shelley: The Aristocats (Amelia Gabble), Robin Hood (Lady Kluck)

Disney Renaissance/Revival

  • Lea Salonga: Aladdin (Jasmine, singing voice), Mulan (Mulan, singing voice)
  • David Ogden Stiers: Beauty and the Beast (Cogsworth/Narrator), Pocahontas (Governor Ratcliffe/Wiggins), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Archdeacon), Atlantis: The Lost Empire (Fenton Q. Harcourt), Lilo & Stitch (Jumba)
  • Tony Jay: Beauty and the Beast (Monsieur D'Arque), The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Frollo), Treasure Planet (Narrator)
  • Alan Tudyk: Wreck-It Ralph (King Candy), Frozen (Duke of Weselton), Big Hero 6 (Alastair Krei)

Two Characters in One Movie

  • Hans Conried: Peter Pan (George Darling, Captain Hook)
  • Peter Ustinov: Robin Hood (Prince John, King Richard)

Husband/Wife Team

  • John McIntire: The Rescuers (Rufus), The Fox and the Hound (Badger)
  • Jeanette Nolan: The Rescuers (Ellie Mae), The Fox and the Hound (Widow Tweed)

Children

  • Kathryn Beaumont: Alice in Wonderland (Alice), Peter Pan (Wendy Darling)
  • Bruce Reitherman: The Jungle Book (Mowgli), The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (Christopher Robin)
  • Clint Howard: The Jungle Book (Hathi, Jr.), The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (Roo)

In many of the films made when Disney was alive, there were other voice actors who primarily voiced minor characters or provided sound and vocal effects for animals. One person included James MacDonald, who voiced Jaq, Gus, and the Dormouse, and also provided the vocal effects for Bruno (Cinderella), the wolf (The Sword in the Stone), and Evinrude (The Rescuers).

In the years since, among those that have done very similar work are Jim Cummings and Frank Welker. Cummings has voiced numerous characters, some major, some minor, in many Disney films, and has even taken the place of some deceased voice actors’ characters, such as Winnie the Pooh. And as for Welker, his list of credits seem endless because a lot of his work is providing effects primarily for animals or some sorts of creatures.

99 Movie Questions To Answer Before You Die
  • 1. In a movie about your life, who would play you? Why?
  • 2. Which TV star did you think would make it on the big screen but didn't, or hasn't yet?
  • 3. Everyone's seen Mean Girls, right? Go on, tell us your favourite quote...
  • 4. If you could only watch films from one foreign language country for the rest of your life, which country would you choose?
  • 5. Iron Man, Thor, Captain America, Hulk, Black Widow, Hawkeye or Nick Fury?
  • 6. Which movie written by Charlie Kaufman do you like the most?
  • 7. Ryan Gosling or Ryan Reynolds?
  • 8. Your favourite Batman movie.
  • 9. Your least favourite Batman movie.
  • 10. Favourite song from a film.
  • 11. Which actors would you put in detention to attend a modern day Breakfast Club?
  • 12. Tell us your favourite biopic.
  • 13. Who's your all-time favourite comedy actor?
  • 14. Guardians of the Galaxy or The Avengers?
  • 15. Choose a sport, or sporting event, that you'd make a movie about if you had to.
  • 16. Choose your favourite Disney Pixar film.
  • 17. What's your favourite Christopher Nolan movie?
  • 18. Spike Jonze or Danny Boyle?
  • 19. Ewan McGregor or James McAvoy?
  • 20. Gandalf or Magneto?
  • 21. Jean-Luc Picard or Professor Xavier?
  • 22. Your favourite actor in the Harry Potter series.
  • 23. Spiderman, or The Amazing Spiderman?
  • 24. Harry Potter or Twilight?
  • 25. Titanic or Avatar?
  • 26. Your favourite Leonardo DiCaprio role.
  • 27. Martin Scorsese or Steven Spielberg?
  • 28. Rank: Jurassic Park, Star Wars, Indiana Jones.
  • 29. Rank: Daniel Radcliffe, Robert Pattinson, Dylan O'Brien.
  • 30. Rank: Adam West, Michael Keaton, Val Kilmer, George Clooney, Christian Bale, as Batman.
  • 31. Your favourite female director.
  • 31. Your favourite foreign language film.
  • 32. Your favourite actor/actress of colour.
  • 33. Your favourite deceased actor/actress.
  • 34. Your favourite musical.
  • 35. Your favourite Western.
  • 36. Your favourite book adaptation.
  • 37. Your favourite sci-fi of the 1990's.
  • 38. Your favourite performance from a child actor.
  • 39. Your favourite documentary.
  • 40. Your all time favourite movie.
  • 41. Watching in the cinema or at home?
  • 42. Watching Netflix or a DVD?
  • 43. Tell us about a non-horror film that scares you. Why?
  • 44. A movie you've turned off because it was so bad?
  • 45. The Wizard of Oz or The Sound of Music?
  • 46. Willy Wonka (1971) or Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)?
  • 47. Your three favourite animated characters.
  • 48. Your favourite romantic moment in a movie?
  • 49. Your favourite film from before 1950.
  • 50. Your favourite movie of the 1980s.
  • 51. Scenery that blew your mind.
  • 52. Acting that blew your mind.
  • 53. Special effects that blew your mind.
  • 54. Direction that blew your mind.
  • 55. Cinematography that blew your mind.
  • 56. What was your favourite movie as a kid?
  • 57. Which film character do you wish you could be friends with in real life?
  • 58. Which film character do you wish you could be in a relationship with in real life?
  • 59. Which film character would you 'get it on' with in real life?
  • 60. Which film character would you most like to punch in the face in real life?
  • 61. Name a film that never fails to make you smile.
  • 62. Name a film that you watch when you're sad.
  • 63. Name a film that you watch when you're ill.
  • 64. Name at least two guilty pleasure movies.
  • 65. Are there any classic films you'd like to see remade? If so, which ones?
  • 66. Write out a film quote that changed your life.
  • 67. Write about a moment that made you tear up with happiness.
  • 68. Your all time favourite movie moment.
  • 69. Who's the best antagonist in the history of movies?
  • 70. Who's the best protagonist in the history of movies?
  • 71. The Empire or the Rebel Alliance?
  • 72. Star Wars: The Original Trilogy? Or, Star Wars: The Prequels?
  • 73. Choose 5 movie characters you'd like as a part of your dream team/squad of Avengers.
  • 74. Tell us about your greatest film watching experience.
  • 75. Your favourite film score.
  • 76. Your favourite film soundtrack.
  • 77. Your three favourite film directors.
  • 78. List at least two actors/actresses that you can't bare to watch.
  • 79. What is the one subject matter/story that you'd like to see made in to a film?
  • 80. What's your favourite mystery film?
  • 81. A film you love but others may not know about.
  • 82. A movie that photographs a particular location beautifully.
  • 83. An unforgettable death scene.
  • 84. Your three biggest same sex crushes.
  • 85. Your three biggest on-screen crushes.
  • 86. Your favourite movie duo.
  • 87. The best movie to watch with friends.
  • 88. Name at least two movies that are so bad, they're good.
  • 89. Try and think of a movie character that you are most like. Now explain why you think so.
  • 90. Name one movie family that you'd happily be a part of.
  • 91. Outline one movie scenet that made you cringe.
  • 92. Name a film character that reminds you of someone you know. Explain why.
  • 93. A cult film you'll always love?
  • 94. A book that should get a faithful film adaptation?
  • 95. Outline your favourite action scene.
  • 96. Name a movie set you'd like to live in.
  • 97. Name at least two TV Shows you'd like to see made into movies.
  • 98. Admit to not seeing at least one movie everyone else has seen.
  • 99. Oh go on then... Pitch your own movie idea!

thegirlfallsfromthesky  asked:

4, 20, 22, 30 <3

4. If you were to make a Phantom movie, who would you cast (dead or alive)?

Well, that would depend upon the movie. If we’re talking Leroux Phantom, I think now Charles Dance is older, he might make a very good Erik. (I’m almost certain I had a post *somewhere* in which I mentioned a deceased actor who may have been a good Erik… Christopher Lee?… but I can’t find it now)

AWL Erik… I’m torn between John Owen Jones and Ramin Karimloo. It’s cliched, maybe, but they both give very powerful performances. You don’t get to be Phantom royalty for no reason.

20.  Have you ever visited the Palais Garnier?

No, shamefully, although I did study blueprints etc when I was writing. When I went to Paris it was only for 3 days with someone who had already been and done all the touristy stuff. I didn’t even get to go up the Eiffel Tower. Next time I go to Paris, I will visit the Palais Garnier. Hey, @thegirlfallsfromthesky, come with me!!

22. Who is your OTP?

Shamelessly dodging the bullet here. Carlotta and Piangi. In my head-cannon, they are so devoted to each other. He supports her utterly, even though he is accused of being emasculated. Piangi’s murder shatters her utterly, and Carlotta never fully recovers.

30.  How does Erik look in your imagination?

With his mask or without? OK, Erik is 6′4″ tall (which annoys him because he finds it difficult to find clothes that fit properly) but he does not have the build to match his height. He has muscles and is a physically strong man, but more in the way of a dancer, so clothes that are tailored to a man of his height tend to be too broad across the shoulders and chest. The undeformed side of his face (left) is conventionally handsome, and he has mismatched eyes, one blue and one green. Without the mask, if I may quote my own novel:

…His skin is… yellow and shrivelled, like a rotting corpse’s, and some of it is missing, showing parts of his inner flesh and skull… It almost looks as though his brain is exposed to the air. The right side of his nose is simply… not there, and there’s just a hole. What looks like scar tissue or some kind of fungus twists his upper lip and continues over his cheek. His eye socket is deeper on that side.”

Dial the West End makeup up to 11 and you have Erik’s deformity. 

That was fun!

(why can’t I add tags?!)

anonymous asked:

Why is it disrespectful to use deceased fcs? I'm not disagreeing I'm just curious. You don't stop watching their movies after they die, they release movies that people completed before they died... why would RPing with them be different?

This is on mobile so excuse the lack of formatting

But watching a deceased actors past work Vs playing them as FC are different things.

By playing them as an FC you’re using a dead person’s physical attributes to convey your character which is quite honestly creepy.

And in shows/movies when the actors dies, the character dies too or is “retired” bc it’s disrespectful to simply just continue the character in the show/movie (and not just “they are dead now so we HAVE to”) so the same logic can somewhat be applied to fcs

For example, Chris Nolan didn’t mention joker AT ALL in the last batman film he did out of respect for Heath even though other aspects of the last two movies were mentioned.

In Star Wars, even when given permission from Carrie’s family, they didn’t change Leia’s role or use CGI to give her a new role (similar to what they did in fast and furious 7)

So follow those examples and keep deceased fcs away from rps

I need more blogs to follow. :>

Reblog/like if you’re a Supernatural blog and

  • are not a multifandom blog.
  • have a solid tagging system
  • and tag all ships, including rpf
  • are positive about the show, no wank or posts about deceased equines.
  • No character/actor hate. None. Wives included, I fucking love those women.

Bonus points if you love Jared a lot, because I love Jared a lot and like to surround myself with people who love Jared a lot, too.

That’s all.