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  2. Starscreamsfan
    17 Hours Ago
    Yeah, Saffron would be a neat Ivy.

    Yup, Jeff always seems like a pretty chill guy.

    Boy, that's rather interesting.
  3. Starscreamsfan
    19 Hours Ago
    Perhaps, though I wouldn't mind to have Ron Halder in the role again. Though the Scott/Brian showdown is a neat idea.

    Yeah, if I ever get to do that, I'll give special thanks to you.

    Yes, I do. Saffron really did a good job there.

    LOL, encounter of the Goldblums!!!
  4. Starscreamsfan
    21 Hours Ago
    Very nice.

    Yeah, every actor or actress has his or her off role at times.

    Well, I'm actually depicting Hal as more world-weary in the DC RP (since he has been revived twice and feels that he has no way to redeem himself for what he did when Parallax possesed him), so I guess that's why I got the idea.

    Plus, I guess as Mr. Fantastic he could bring his charm and I think he could sound intelligent.
  5. Starscreamsfan
    22 Hours Ago
    Man, some really good ratings for Jeff.

    I liked him in both Jurassic Park and The Lost World. I kinda like how he made Malcolm go from a comedy relief into a stern and badass guy. Kinda makes the character more well-rounded.
  6. Starscreamsfan
    22 Hours Ago
    Honestly, I don't think VAs have to change their voices to be enjoyable. The voice is an added bonus, 'cause for me, it's all in the performance.

    Honestly, if Scott and Brian didn't have that much range, they wouldn't get the amount of roles they have in their resume. I mean, yeah, Scott does reuse his Freefall voice from the DiC G.I. Joe cartoon quite a lot (he even reused it in the same cartoon for Lt. Falcon, since I guess that's the closest they could get to a Don Johnson impression), and I don't mind it, 'cause Scott is an actor and always delivers.

    Yeah, people like Mitch, Bogey and Dan Duryea were perfect for the genre.

    I'm kinda interested as to how Mitch would have played Hal Jordan and Mr. Fantastic, 'cause then he would be sharing three roles (including Philip Marlowe) with Gerald Mohr.
  7. Starscreamsfan
    22 Hours Ago
    Yeah, well, I don't mind that, every VA has a voice that he or she frequently uses.

    Yup, it must have been pretty tough for him, but that's another reason why I like him as both, because he really seems to be giving his all to both of them.

    Well, I've never seen the Magnificent Ambersons, but I heard a lot of stories about it regarding the film being edited.

    Yeah, I think I would have been a film noir writer back in the day, since it's one of my favorite genres. I like tough guy characters with a sense of humor and cool demeanor like Philip Marlowe, so even if I may not be the best writer around, I surely would have loved to do film noir stories during the Golden Age.
  8. Starscreamsfan
    1 Day Ago
    True. Honestly, I think that kinda voice works perfectly for characters like Shenron or Darkseid.

    Yes, he could have worked quite nicely as Tony. He would have been closer to William Marshall's take.

    Honestly, I kinda like the mullet. Most hero alter egos are clean-cut, so seeing Tony with a mullet made me think that it made him different from the norm.
  9. Starscreamsfan
    1 Day Ago
    Well, they should regret the decision, 'cause Godfather's cinematography is great.

    I dunno, I feel the Ocean actors for Shenron sound pretty imposing.

    Here's my next bio:

  10. Starscreamsfan
    1 Day Ago
    Nope, I've never seen that one.

    Man, they picked that instead of Godfather II???

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