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Why is there any question about who would play Nobby when Tony Robinson is still alive?

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Too bad Michael Berryman* isn't a a couple of feet shorter.

*If you ever get the chance to meet him, do it. He's about the coolest guy on the face of the earth.
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Personally I'd prefer unknowns to play the parts.

I dislike the previous films being given an Victorian character rather then how I envisage the scenes judged by the books.
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Personally I'd prefer unknowns to play the parts.
Well, yes, but then we can't kibitz about unknown actors, can we?
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If you're interested (and I know you are) you can see a video of part of one of their production meetings (including Sir Terry) here.

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New here but thought I would put my tupence worth in for charachters in the watch.

NOBBY: Big Mick?? I think thats his name - (Zercon the fool in “Heroes & Villains” Attila the Hun)

CHEERY LITTLEBOTTOM: Meredith Eaton (I know she is a yank but ..... even with the heavy makeup her beauty will shine through

And if he ever makes an appearance in the city - CASANUNDER: Peter Dinklage – one of the best from Game of Thrones

SALLY VON HUMPEDING: Christina Ricci – Wednesday Addams in Addams Family
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Christina Ricci might even make a good Angua - she's got the haunted fight-or-flight look in her eyes.
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Why is there any question about who would play Nobby when Tony Robinson is still alive?
Too old. Andy Serkis, on the other hand...

Mark Addy is a good choice for Colon, although these days all those roles seem to go to either Timothy Spall or Mark Benton. Jeremy Irons for Vetinari is a good choice too, or maybe Jason Isaacs (but not Alan Rickman who really needs to get some other work besides dolorous quasi-evil types).

Angua needs to be a bit more rough-and-tumble. Jessica Stevenson Hynes is probably too old for the role now (at 37, which is a sad thought) but has the right vibe.

Ross Kemp for Detritus. What?

Vimes...tough one. You need someone grizzled and tough but with a strong dose of both charisma and pathos. Hmm...I typed "grizzled British actors" into Google and, after various cites for the late Pete Postlethwaite, got a hit for Ray Stevenson. Looking good...
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Vimes - Robert Lindsay???
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Too old. Andy Serkis, on the other hand...

Mark Addy is a good choice for Colon, although these days all those roles seem to go to either Timothy Spall or Mark Benton. Jeremy Irons for Vetinari is a good choice too, or maybe Jason Isaacs (but not Alan Rickman who really needs to get some other work besides dolorous quasi-evil types).

Angua needs to be a bit more rough-and-tumble. Jessica Stevenson Hynes is probably too old for the role now (at 37, which is a sad thought) but has the right vibe.

Ross Kemp for Detritus. What?

Vimes...tough one. You need someone grizzled and tough but with a strong dose of both charisma and pathos. Hmm...I typed "grizzled British actors" into Google and, after various cites for the late Pete Postlethwaite, got a hit for Ray Stevenson. Looking good...
I believe Peter Postlethwaite was Pterry's original choice for Vimes. The pictures in Where's My Cow certainly look like him.

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For Nobbs; How about the guy who played the Dreamlord in a recent Doctor Who. He's short and pulls off the happy and creepy look pretty well.
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I can't see Titus Pullo as Vimes. He's too big. I always picture Vimes as underfed and wiry.
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Well, we've definitely found Fifi.
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For Nobbs; How about the guy who played the Dreamlord in a recent Doctor Who. He's short and pulls off the happy and creepy look pretty well.
That's Toby Jones. He's become something of a minor star lately with his version of Truman Capote being somewhat more accurate than Philip Seymour Hoffman's.

I wrote a blog post listing a few possibles that I could see as the characters, including:

Vimes: Jack Dee, Danny Webb, Ben Miller.
Carrot: Rupert Grint, Tom Hopper, and a commenter suggested Sam Roukin.
Nobby: Dominic Monaghan, Andy Serkis, Adam Buxton.
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Ray Stevenson.... Great in Rome and a good all round actor - but for Vimes - no chance - maybe Carrot but..... although he has the build for Carrot but not the face - Carrot needs an open and honestly naive.
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Well, we've definitely found Fifi.


You mean Big Fido, maybe?
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You mean Big Fido, maybe?
Um...yah.

He can eat my face off in Hell for that if he likes.
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I saw the Rupert Grint nom for Carrot and thought 'nah, too young, and why? just 'cause he's a redhead?' and then went to the movie database and looked at more pictures and such...
I do believe he could do a really good job! I'm surprised.
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If there's a great actor with the wrong hair he/she can always wear a wig.
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Carrot is supposed to be like a redheaded Captain Awesome (from Chuck). Broad shouldered, narrow hips, i.e. shaped like a carrot.
Brendan Fraser, maybe?
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Vetinari -- Alan Rickman? John Hurt? Jeremy Irons? Has to be someone who can combine aristocratic aplomb with bottomless cynicism.

Since this is a time-travel story -- young Vetinari (the Assassins' School boy) poses an even greater challenge.

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Brendan Fraser, maybe?
This! This could definitely work!
Carrot's supposed to be actually fairly young, but I think Fraser's got enough of a babyface to carry it off anyway.
He'd be great!
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Vetinari -- Alan Rickman? John Hurt? Jeremy Irons? Has to be someone who can combine aristocratic aplomb with bottomless cynicism.
But it also must be someone who can do the eyebrow trick better than The Rock.
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Brendan Fraser, maybe?
Why the holy hell do people keep bringing Brendan Fraser into this? Point one, he's not British. Point two, he's nearly 50. Point three, he's not a redhead. And point four, you couldn't be more off the mark in terms of character (Bill Campbell is way closer, and he's wrong for it too).

Americans have this one track mind on Brendan effing Fraser playing Carrot, and I'm so totally over it.
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Why the holy hell do people keep bringing Brendan Fraser into this? Point one, he's not British. Point two, he's nearly 50. Point three, he's not a redhead. And point four, you couldn't be more off the mark in terms of character (Bill Campbell is way closer, and he's wrong for it too).

Americans have this one track mind on Brendan effing Fraser playing Carrot, and I'm so totally over it.

If it makes you feel better, I'm American and I think Brendan Fraser is completely wrong for all the same reasons you mentioned.
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Reviving my own thread from...holy, crap! Over eight years ago!?!...because there have been actors cast.

Story here

I only know Richard Dormer from "Game of Thrones," but I think that seems like a really good match. He's got the weathered, weary face I've always pictured on Vimes, and I loved his gravelly, hinting-at-menace voice.

I do not know any of the other actors, so can't make many meaningful comments. The woman cast as Angua has a very interesting, beautiful, angular face, which would seem to work well. The gentleman cast as Carrot seems appropriately boyish and earnest in affect.

The woman they've cast as Sybil is much less...physically substantial...than she is described in the books, but as long as she can capture her spirit and attitude, that's the really important thing to me.

I continue to be cautiously optimistic.
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I do not know any of the other actors, so can't make many meaningful comments. The woman cast as Angua has a very interesting, beautiful, angular face, which would seem to work well. The gentleman cast as Carrot seems appropriately boyish and earnest in affect.

The woman they've cast as Sybil is much less...physically substantial...than she is described in the books, but as long as she can capture her spirit and attitude, that's the really important thing to me.

I continue to be cautiously optimistic.
Agreed on all fronts. The cast is mostly unknowns-ish, which I prefer, and they mostly seem like excellent casting based on looks.

Sybill is definitely the odd one out. Fit, young, and hot just isn't how I'd ever picture Sybill. Her plainness and robustness are part of what make her relationship with Vimes so charming. But I'll certainly give her a chance; there's plenty of ways they could interpret the character that still honor the original. I don't expect this series to be purely faithful, I just want it to take the best inspirations.
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Wow. That's.....not good news at all. They will surely fuck it up in a myriad of ways.
I stand by my original comment from 8 years ago.
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Wow, Dormer's a teriffic choice! I'm excited about this.
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The announcement on Cinema Blend makes it sound absolutely dreadful.
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One thread you can tell was revived from the title.
It will be on BBC America, and I'll watch in another 8 years when it gets finished and released.
My only quibble is Lara Rossi as Sybil. I always had the impression that she and Vimes were a good match because they were both misfits despite having power. Lara Rossi looks way too attractive to be a Sybil.
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Yeah, no offense to Lara Rossi's acting ability, but she does not look at all like Lady Sybil should. I always imagined it should be someone like Miranda Hart.
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Interesting that they've gone with a NB actor for Cheery. I don't agree with that choice, I think it undermines the message of Cheery's liberation as a decidedly binary female Dwarf. But we'll see how it goes. NB actors, of anybody, should be able to play any gender they want, gods know they have no problem casting straight men as trans women.

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...I have to say, I was not terribly enamored of "The Colour of Magic" nor "Hogfather," although I don't think they were truly awful. ...
I actually liked both of these and Going Postal and love Good Omens so I have some hope this can be done right.
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The announcement on Cinema Blend makes it sound absolutely dreadful.

Yes, that sounds profoundly awful.
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Reading more on some of the actor choices. So the producers see that one of the characters is a dwarf, quite well noted for being height-challenged. So who do they think is the best fit for that role? Some who is 6 fucking feet 2 inches! That is probably even worse than picking a skinny young woman for fat middle-aged Sybil. This is going to be a train wreck of epic proportions.
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Reading more on some of the actor choices. So the producers see that one of the characters is a dwarf, quite well noted for being height-challenged. So who do they think is the best fit for that role? Some who is 6 fucking feet 2 inches! That is probably even worse than picking a skinny young woman for fat middle-aged Sybil. This is going to be a train wreck of epic proportions.
Special effects (or not-so-special effects, like kneeling) can easily correct that. If there are good performances and good writing, then this will be fine. If there are bad performances and bad writing, then it will not. The height and physical appearances of the actors are far, far less important than the acting, writing, directing, and production.
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Special effects (or not-so-special effects, like kneeling) can easily correct that. If there are good performances and good writing, then this will be fine. If there are bad performances and bad writing, then it will not. The height and physical appearances of the actors are far, far less important than the acting, writing, directing, and production.
Or--you know--you could have a (fantasy) dwarf played by a (real) dwarf.
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Or--you know--you could have a (fantasy) dwarf played by a (real) dwarf.
We'll see (and fantasy dwarves are not the same as RW dwarves). Maybe the show will be good, or maybe it will be bad, but I doubt a single casting choice will be the difference.
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We'll see (and fantasy dwarves are not the same as RW dwarves). Maybe the show will be good, or maybe it will be bad, but I doubt a single casting choice will be the difference.
We are already at at least two shitty casting choices--Sybil and Cherry. I'm just waiting to see Justin Beeber cast as Nobby Nobbs. Gaspode will be played by a horse and Vetinari will be played by a different horse.
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Special effects (or not-so-special effects, like kneeling) can easily correct that. If there are good performances and good writing, then this will be fine. If there are bad performances and bad writing, then it will not. The height and physical appearances of the actors are far, far less important than the acting, writing, directing, and production.
So far they've fucked up two major casting choices and the adaptation. I hold little hope that the writing, direction and production will be any better. We're looking at a series written by a barely-literate high schooler with Dr. Who Season 3 production values starring the cast of a dinner theatre version of Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolfe?

Spiffing. Just spiffing.

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Wow, Dormer's a teriffic choice! I'm excited about this.
He's okay, I guess. I still think Simon Pegg would have been perfect - for one, he's actually funny (Discworld is still a comedy, isn't it?); for another, he's basically already played a slightly younger, less experienced Vimes in Hot Fuzz. And he looks more like Pratchett's character is described, too.
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And he looks more like Pratchett's character is described, too.
Pratchett based Vimes on Clint Eastwood, just saying.
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Pratchett based Vimes on Clint Eastwood, just saying.
He also said that he looked like the late Pete Postlewaithe. Fun fact: if you did a digital melding of Clint Eastwood's and Pete Posthlewaithe's faces, you'd get Simon Pegg.
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If you have Simon Pegg for Vimes, you get a free Nick Frost for Colon, so it's economical....
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Just like how if you get Hugh Laurie as Patrician Vetinari, you also get a free Stephen Fry as Archchancellor Ridcully. That's how it works.
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Yeah, no offense to Lara Rossi's acting ability, but she does not look at all like Lady Sybil should. I always imagined it should be someone like Miranda Hart.
Miranda Hart? Sybil's whole thing is being large in all sorts of ways, not tall and gawkish.

I am baffled by the Rossi casting, tbh. I was going to suggest the new plus-sized Sheridan Smith as a better Lady Sybil, but apparently she's been busy losing the weight again.
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Just like how if you get Hugh Laurie as Patrician Vetinari, you also get a free Stephen Fry as Archchancellor Ridcully. That's how it works.
Humour. It is a difficult concept.
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What, you don't think they're funny?
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