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The comic of Kick-Ass: 2 was actually worse than the sh*t-show that was the movie...
Oh, so they were looking through the "unimportant, has-been" folder for this casting choice.
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Haha, it's Cam--for Cameron. He named it after himself.
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NO. This doesn't need a remake or a third entry unless Kurt plays Snake. He IS Snake. I'm sorry, but Charlie Hnnam's "grizzled"/"tough-guy" American accent is just terrible and overly cheesy. Even with the camp factor of the originals, Plisken and his dialogue were still badass. Hunnam would just make it a comedy with his verbiage as his forced "gruff" attitude is just a joke.

Leave well enough alone.
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Bahahaha, "CAMFAM Studios"?! Hahahaha... Oh, Kirk...
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"It's almost impossible to play a superhero anyway. You can't. You just have to play a character that happens to do these amazing things. That's the only way you can do it."

That is, without hyperbole, one of the stupidest things I have ever read. Great job at defining "acting".
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Somehow, I'm not surprised at Disney's willingness to alter the original material into something else. Unfortunately, I really haven't viewed anything on Big Hero Six before seeing the first teaser.
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While I haven't seen the Japanese trailers for it, I actually liked Big Hero 6's teaser. I'm not expecting greatness, but I didn't mind what I saw of it thus far.
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So, with Boxtrolls--while it has a lot of potential, I'm afraid it might replicate the worst of those previous efforts: emotionless voice-acting and horrible, irresponsible messages for children.
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I love stop-motion animation, but I've been disappointed with their last efforts. Like, Coraline looked beautiful and I'm glad they took a darker path with it, but it all just felt okay. The voice-acting for it I found especially lackluster and soulless. And Paranorman started off great but I found it had an appalling message regarding victims and bullies (victims should simply forgive the abuse while bullies should be allowed to prosper in their attacks on their victims and not have to change/acknowledged their horrible behavior).
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@mr-k,

While she was good in Winter's Bone (though I didn't care for that flick), I feel as though she's been just coasting on her "girl next door" popularity and providing every subsequent movie with the same performance. Her "who farted?" look gets tiresome and she can't maintain accents either--as learned from American Hustle where she consistently failed to stick to an accent. Some sentences she'd speak normally while the very next, she'd toss in a Boston/New Yorker accent. I think her performances are forced and repetitive. Like, she's the same character from film to film, just in a different setting.

I could only imagine what she'd play herein. A rough-and-tough damsel that doesn't take no sh*t from no man! And I'm willing to bet she'll have a stand-out moment where she yells/borderline cries at someone to really show her "chops".

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f3afpkPAAQk

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6HaHQ8uTs4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6nNlIbgWTU