Friday, September 21, 2007

Casting News! Spoiler Alert!

Steve McQueen, Edward G. Robinson, Ann Margaret, Karl Malden and Tuesday Weld.

Watched my DVD copy of The Cincinnati Kid again last night and realized that it has the perfect cast to star in "Steve Ditko's The Question", the imaginary movie set to open in my head next summer.

Steve McQueen as Vic Sage would've been bad ass.

In fact, I think next week might be Fictional Comic Book Movie Casting Week. This being the first post in almost a month (Damn you Irregulars. Why do you vex me so?), fake casting news for fake movies should be light enough to get me back into the groove while not taking time away from those in progress issues of the comic.

So on that note, stay tuned* for Monday's announcement of the cast of "52: The Movie"

*stay tuned all one (two?) hits I'm still getting.


Erin Palette said...

I'm one. Who's the other?

Anonymous said...

Maybe me.
I visit every once in a while, anyway, thanks to that literary meme.

Siskoid said...

I'm the other as I continually live in hope (but let's not fight over it) ;)

I love me the Cincinnati Kid, and McQueen as the Question would indeed be hot. I wholeheartedly approve of "Casting Call". Looking forward to more.

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