Boy, would it infuriate me if there was _another_ Guys and Dolls movie with the male casting flipped. Plus they're both about 5 years too young. Can John Hamm sing - he could actually do either role.Could Norbert Leo Butz finally get the national recognition he deserves as Nicely-Nicely Johnson?I second Megan Hilty as Adelaide, which means it'll probably go to either Katherine McPhee or Miley Cyrus.
1. Yes, they got it backwards.2. I can only hear Faith Prince in that role, so I don't know what to say.3. What happened to the Gyllenhall/Carrey Damn Yankees?
I could see JGL pulling off either role, but I definitely don't see Tatum as Nathan. OMG, I just love G&D so much. I honestly can't even think straight when it comes to such things.
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The Sinatra - Brando casting was the backwards one. This makes more sense: Nathan's supposed to be more of a palooka, and Sky more a graceful charmer. And Sky's the better singer - so JGL as Sky, Channing as Tatum works perfectly
Agree. And I don't think they're too young - let's remember there isn't a script, director, etc yet - this is at least a year or two down the road. I'm sure La Hathaway is already stumping to play Sarah. Love Hilty as Adelaide...I bet it goes to Scarlett Johansson though (who I wouldn't be mad at...).
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I never minded the Sinatra and Brando casting; but then, that was the first thing I saw either actor in, and I grew up on that movie. To me, Brando IS Sky and Sinatra IS Nathan.
Put Megan Hilty on a screen, any screen, I'll plant my ass in front of it.
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YES to Norbert Leo Butz as Nicely-Nicely!! That would be terrific. Now, who plays Benny Southstreet and Rusty Charlie for the trio? James Corden sings and I'd like to see someone funny . . .
But I don't see Channing as Nathan - haven't seen him in much so maybe he'll surprise me, but Nathan's got to be good or it won't work.
And JK Simmons!
One of the big reasons the last Broadway revival was a miss was that they cast Oliver Platt, who was a terrible singer and kind of a boring presence when he's not bloviating, as Nathan. Craig Bierko as Sky and Lauren Graham as Adelaide worked, however.
A large part of it is that I just can't hear in my head Channing Tatum sing/speaking "All right already, I'm just a nogoodnik, all right already, it's true, so nu?" in any kind of credible way.
I am joining this discussion too late, but: I love Guys and Dolls more than maybe any other musical, and I adore both Craig Bierko and Lauren Graham. They were both, however, totally unimpressive in the latest revival. The whole thing was really disappointing.I don't think Sutton should play Adelaide, much as it pains me to say so. I don't think she can play weather-beaten enough. Hilty would work better in that vein. Hathaway has to be the presumptive Sarah. Does NLB have the range for Nicely?
When they did the all-black revival with Robert Guillaume,
Whoops - it's Kim, not Mr. Cosmo...Anyway, when they did the Guillaume revival, they changed the lyrics to "all right, already, I'm just a big zero, all right already it's true, too true..."