Aaron Paul as Eddie

  • New to the board or trying to figure out how something works here? Check out the User Guide.
  • Hot Topics is on indefinite hiatus.

  • The message board is closed between the hours of 4pm ET Friday and 8:30am ET Monday.

    As always, the Board will be open to read and those who have those privileges can still send private messages and post to Profiles.

HollyGolightly

Well-Known Member
Sep 6, 2013
9,049
68,467
48
Heart of the South
#11
I haven't had a chance to watch Breaking Bad - when I'm not painting closets or cooking, I'm tending rug rats or reading or sleeping. But I'll try and check an episode out and see what I think. I bet we all have very clear ideas who those DT characters are for us on a deeply personal level. Has Stephen King ever voiced an opinion on who he thinks should play any of them, Marsha @Moderator ? I'd love to hear his thoughts on that. And while I think Ron Howard would do one of the best jobs possible bringing the books to the screen, I'm still worried about how it might go. I was all psyched about Under the Dome, and I didn't even last 1 entire episode.
 

Moderator

Ms. Mod
Administrator
Jul 10, 2006
47,421
122,095
Maine
#12
I haven't had a chance to watch Breaking Bad - when I'm not painting closets or cooking, I'm tending rug rats or reading or sleeping. But I'll try and check an episode out and see what I think. I bet we all have very clear ideas who those DT characters are for us on a deeply personal level. Has Stephen King ever voiced an opinion on who he thinks should play any of them, Marsha @Moderator ? I'd love to hear his thoughts on that. And while I think Ron Howard would do one of the best jobs possible bringing the books to the screen, I'm still worried about how it might go. I was all psyched about Under the Dome, and I didn't even last 1 entire episode.
I don't recall that he has ever had any strong feelings about a particular actor for a part in the Dark Tower. I think at this point he's more likely to go the other way around, i.e. if they suggest someone he has strong feelings about not being cast, he'd voice them but is giving them a chance to do their job for casting.
 

not_nadine

Comfortably Roont
Nov 19, 2011
29,374
137,417
Behind you
#13
I don't recall that he has ever had any strong feelings about a particular actor for a part in the Dark Tower. I think at this point he's more likely to go the other way around, i.e. if they suggest someone he has strong feelings about not being cast, he'd voice them but is giving them a chance to do their job for casting.
So this means the The Beibes may be out of the running? :eek:
 
We’ve created a Stephen King Library action for the 
			  Google Assistant and skill for Amazon Alexa. It'll give 
			  you a personalized reading recommendations based on your 
			  answers to a series of questions—so what are you waiting 
			  for? Find out which Stephen King book you should read 
			  next!