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    MOTU Casting Call 02: Man-E-Faces

    Man-E-Faces is one of the most beloved Defenders of Eternia, be it for his unusual look, quirky power or gimmicky action feature, the bully turned hero, the greatest actor in Eternia deserves a starring role in the MOTU movie. The 200X version saw a Man-E-Faces with a far more practical use for his powers. If properly executed, a movie version of the 3 faced, multiple personality warrior could bring a whole new appreciate to the character.

    I enjoyed seeing Man-E-Faces having an actual use for his robotic and monstrous alternates, something that could be even further explored in the movie, showing him as an expert marksman in battle via his keen robotic sensors. Should he become overwhelmed by goons, he transforms into a hulking version, powering up similar to Bane in Batman via a supercharged chemical adrenaline, allowing him to go toe-to-toe with the heavy hitters.

    The actor chosen to play Man-E-Faces may not be the greatest actor in the world, but he could be a fan pleaser all the same. Here are my suggestions for the hunky true blue Eternian.

    Kellan Lutz, muscled, hunky and no stranger to sci-fi and fantasy, Kellan is actually an under appreciated young star who would be the next Chris Evans, and fan boys love Chris Evans. Though he has been married to the Twilight franchise for some time now, he is a capable actor with potential.
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    Paul Bettany has a very impressive resume, and seems to take on a variety of projects. He is an accomplished actor and would fit well into the role, and possibly another role in an MOTU movie. Paul is a chameleon, and could take on virtually any character. He also seems to have some clout in Hollywood, and if his name was attached to the project, it might bring in a larger audience.
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    Hugh Jackman could just be the best man for the job. From Broadway and starring in blockbuster comic related movies, Hugh is everything we need in Man-E-Faces. He can sing, he can dance, he can throw punches, leap from balconies and doesn't mind getting messy in his roles. He has a lot of star power, and I could easily see him donning the costume. If Hugh were to cast as Perkaedo, I would probably be looking forward to his face time over whatever rippling mound of muscle they cast to play He-Man.
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    Joe Manganiello is tall, build like a line backer, and enjoying fast growing popularity. He could be another great choice for Man-E-Faces. He loves to do comic cons, take on roles in nerdy movies, and is quite versatile, despite his current hunk status. You can watch him running around next to naked as Alcid in Tru Blood. His body is amazing, and his acting chops are pretty decent. Its very easy to imagine him suited up, his snarling voice run through a voice changer when he transforms into the beast If Hugh Jackman isn't available, he just might be my second choice.
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    2008 Impact Point
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    I could see Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson fitting this role nicely.

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    For me, he's a background character. Would be cool o give him a cameo though, and have someone in the role as fanboy service...off the top of my head, maybe Billy Crudup or Nathan Fillion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wylde Weezle View Post
    For me, he's a background character. Would be cool o give him a cameo though, and have someone in the role as fanboy service...off the top of my head, maybe Billy Crudup or Nathan Fillion.
    I could see Fillion filling the role. Not sure about Crudup, though he is a good actor. On second thought, I think I would prefer Crudup to Fillion.

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    Ron Pearlman, he is the voice and make-up actor that this role would require to be done right

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    Ron Pearlman, he is the voice and make-up actor that this role would require to be done right

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    Quote Originally Posted by midor View Post
    Rob Schneider.

    No real reason. Just trolling. I'm not even a Rob S fan.
    I thought you would have something positive to contribute. Why would you troll my thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cronosred View Post
    I could see Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson fitting this role nicely.
    Man-e-Faces himself being An actor, the Rock really is probably a bit one sided!
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    Quote Originally Posted by karg182 View Post
    Man-e-Faces himself being An actor, the Rock really is probably a bit one sided!
    is 1 sided a nice way of saying stupid? i think some orgers just want the movie to be WWE stars dressed in MOTU costumes.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gragar View Post
    Bryan Cranston? World weariness, automaton emotion, monstrous rage and clownishness in one guy.
    i love breaking bad. its awesome. dont know how you look at this scrawny old guy and see Man-E-Faces?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angry-Calligar View Post
    is 1 sided a nice way of saying stupid? i think some orgers just want the movie to be WWE stars dressed in MOTU costumes.
    Because Man-E-Faces will no doubt play such an important role in a Masters of the Universe film he will have to be portrayed by an Oscar winning actor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cronosred View Post
    Because Man-E-Faces will no doubt play such an important role in a Masters of the Universe film he will have to be portrayed by an Oscar winning actor.
    So by your logic, all supporting characters in movies do not need to be in the least bit talented? Casting agents can default to wrestlers? In the Dark Knight movies, Alfred was a supporting role. He could have been Honky Tonky Man (I remember that from the 80s) or maybe Rowdy Rod.

    People are entitled to their own opinions, however wrestlers are not the go guys for action movies. I cannot recall a single wrestler in a successful action movie that garnered any acclaim from fans and critics. That is not to say that they haven't been in movies that made a few bucks, but why do we have to settle for mediocre? Personally, I'd like a little more for MOTU, so it isn't sent to the $5 DVD bin a month after its released and forgotten about.

    A well made film with longevity would be preferred over a cheese fest, peppered with wrestlers that will further besmirch a brand already known for its lows. We won't get that if wrestlers are involved. So why don't you suggest someone?
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