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I find Jared Harris underwhelming and hammy a lot of the time.



Looking forward to it...
Rheon is definitely too over top. I'd go with Ben Foster who gives me more of a Ted Levine vibe.

I was thinking of doing Dune with the Denis Villeneuve news. I had Viggo Mortensen as Duke Leto.



Game of Thrones (2000-2007): Knights (Part 1); pictures will be forthcoming

Bronn: Sean Bean or Daragh O'Malley

Brienne of Tarth: Cate Blanchett

Jory Cassel: Vincent Regan

Kevan Lannister: Gabriel Byrne



Following the success of The Wolf of Wall Street, Martin Scorsese finally is able to fund his dream adaptation of of Nikos Kazantzakis' controversial 1955 novel The Last Temptation of Christ. He receives strong reviews and comparisons to Scorsese's 1988 film Silence starring Daniel Day Lewis as Jesuit priest in Japan.

The Last Temptation of Christ (2016)

Adam Driver - Jesus



John Turturro - Judas Iscariot



Rebecca Hall - Mary Magdalene



Barbara Hershey - Mary



Jeffrey Tambor - Zebedee



Michael Stuhlbarg - Peter



Steve Buscemi - Saul / Paul



Tom Hiddleston - Pontius Pilate




I find Jared Harris underwhelming and hammy a lot of the time.
Just watch the scene in Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows where Moriarty tortures Holmes with a hook on the ceiling, while "Die Fiorelle" plays on a phonograph. Sounds like something Lector would do.



PSH would have been interesting too, if he was still alive, of course.



Rheon is definitely too over top. I'd go with Ben Foster who gives me more of a Ted Levine vibe.

I was thinking of doing Dune with the Denis Villeneuve news. I had Viggo Mortensen as Duke Leto.
Doesn't Buffalo Bill like to flay his victims?