I'd prefer an animated movie from The Lamb (by Hayao Miyazaki).
"There was an attempt by Gabriel and The Exorcist director William Friedkin back in the 70?s to explore this but it fell flat."
Errr... no there wasn't: PG was contacted by Friedkin before The Lamb, as part of a project which involved non-cinema artists working on movies.
The project didn't amount to anything other than jeopardising Genesis' career.
The director attached to The Lamb movie was Alejandro Jodorowsky.
PS: one of the actors is right for the part IMO.
lowkeyenzo25 October 2012 at 7:14pmPosts: 2 (0 today)Status: offline
Alejandro Jodorowsky seems interesting!
What actor is right? Any other suggestions?
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DolceVita26 October 2012 at 1:43pmPosts: 2321 (0 today)Status: offline
Not bad i have to say about Lautner.
. . .but we have to see how he acts, is he well or not? Because it's not easy to interpret Rael, is not easy.
Page26 October 2012 at 4:52pmPosts: 814 (0 today)Status: offline
Here's a trailer from a non-Twilight movie of his, seems he can act and sing too in a light tenor voice
Abduction - Trailer with Taylor Lautner
But can he play a Hispanic street kid?
As long as he doesn't have Al Pacino's accent from Scarface
"Say hello to my leetle lamb"
DolceVita3 November 2012 at 1:47pmPosts: 2321 (0 today)Status: offline
Yeah, not bad, but my question is : is he able to sing??
This is an annoucement from Lamb Movie Control:
Ladies and gentlemen here is the new actor-singer that will interpret Rael of 21Century!!!!
KELLY JONES. . , singer of Stereophonics.
He is the right man : he has a perfect voice, physical characteristics and he is young. Please imagine he make up of Rael
Look at their famous song "Maybe tomorrow"
Yes, maybe tomorrow, Kelly will be our Rael!
I like Caste's idea of turning it over to the animation magic of Hayao Miyazaki...
Let the old guys choose who the voice overs need to be. Simon Collins sounds pretty amazing on Hackett's Revisited Project. Bu surely Peter could still handle most of the vocals ... NOW, NOW. NOW. NOW. NOW.
Geez, we gotta spoon feed this kid. Simon Collins, Phil's son, sings on the new project and acquits the material quite nicely, I think. And Hackett's playing -- je just gets better with age.
Geez, we gotta spoon feed this kid. Simon Collins, Phil's son, sings on the new project and acquits the material quite nicely, I think. And Hackett's playing -- he just gets better with age.