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May 2019
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When Movie Casting and Fan Fiction Collide

The actor who will play Voldemort in Goblet of Fire has been cast, according to the Coming Attractions website. Looks like Ralph Fiennes will play him. I think Fiennes will do it well, as he did nicely nuanced work in Red Dragon and Spider.

The fan fiction part of this is...One of the main characters I play in sphogwarts is Professor Gareth Adams, once known as Paul Graves, an ex member of the Death-Eaters. The body model for him as he appears under the Fidelius Charm is, you guessed it, Ralph Fiennes.

I don't know whether this is funny or scary. Must be funny, because I haven't stopped giggling at the irony, since I found out. The little Paul in my head, of course, is horrified and deeply in denial. *snicker*

Other news--I saw another episode of Crossing Jordan, tonight. Apparently, A&E must show several reruns during the week. I love this show! All the characters I've seen so far in the ensemble cast have well-developed personalities, and all of them are interesting, as are the cases. I look forward to seeing more of this show, and I want to find out when the current episodes air.

Current Mood: bouncybouncy
Current Music: The sound of Paul Graves screeching "Ewwww!" in my head
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If you note the source of the news is Warner Brothers so it's pretty solid info. *WEG*

Lilith is gently amused.

Viv--*giggles* Paul is not. :D

You know, I wonder what a person who is under a Fidelius Charm looks like to him or herself in the mirror? Do they see their real appearance, or the false one?

In the SPH AU, this could raise interesting questions about the psychological nature of the Fidelius Charm,--as in, does the charm cause a person to resemble someone who had a strong influence on him? Or do you look differently to different people? After all, the false appearance has to come from somewhere.

Chantal

I keep getting the Fiennes mixed up; is Ralph Shakespeare or the English patient?

Crossing Jordan airs here, too, but it's on hiatus right now (or at least I hope it's just on hiatus, and not cancelled). What I've seen so far I like, though; I used to love Quincy once upon a time, so it's great to have another show about an ME! :-)

Ralph was in The English Patient. His brother Joseph was Shakespeare. I loved that movie! Can't wait until they do the sequel. (I wonder what's taking them so long?)

I loved Quincy, too. That show was the first time I ever heard about reconstructing a face from a skull, and I adored learning about that. I was glued to the TV every time that particular episode aired.

Jordan is much fun! She reminds me of my friend Duste Eggers. :) In fact, if there were ever a movie made of our old RPG Imperial Secrets, Jill Hennessy would have to play Dareanna McDeggers.

I'm finding that I like Dr. Macy a lot and the British guy, Nigel. Heck, I like them all, but those two are my favorites, aside from Jordan and the grief counselor.

Chantal