EDITOR'S OPINIONThis is one of the major Remake VCs where I think you can't go wrong either way; both of these performances are solid. William Stephens nails Rude's professionalism and directness in a way that comes across the most confident. However, no doubt thanks to the Turks' role as comic relief in Advent Children, Crispin got to play off how his attitude cracks under the surface. William hasn't had quite the same chance yet, as Remake only covers the start of the story, before we see the Turks start to let down their hair (or, uh, goatee, in Rude's case). I think I might lean a little towards William just because his voice feels a bit more specific, but we're basically left with two solid performances that exude Rude.