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C'mon Hollywood: Get the cast of Lost some better roles!

Jul. 30, 2013by: Paul Shirey

ABC’s Lost was one of the most monumental TV shows ever made. Sure, it divided audiences and toyed with their emotions, but that was part of its charm. Complicated, ambiguous, controversial, exhilarating, and epic, the show ran for six seasons and created a massive story that weaved in and out of time, diving into the lives of the survivors of Oceanic Airlines Flight 815 with more depth than is normally accomplished on any TV series. The accolades to that success belong partly to the writing and partly to the outstanding ensemble cast that formed the heart and soul of the show. And now that it’s over the cast has endured the task of finding work in a post TV show world, which has yielded significantly middling results.

So, why haven’t these cast members soared post-Lost?

The power, emotion, and sheer intensity that each of the key actors in Lost brought to the table was staggering. Full of unknowns, character actors, and first timers, the cast was a veritable force of acting excellence, winning many of them Emmy nominations and a few wins (Terry O’Quinn and Michael Emerson). The show had a terrific balance of hardcore emotional scenes mixed with physically demanding action sequences and even some timely humor, giving a full range of each actor’s ability. In many ways, Lost served as a show reel for each actor, displaying their strengths in full view. It would be easy to place them well within any number of the current Hollywood films in theaters today, yet they barely have a presence at all.

Matthew Fox – The lead character of Lost, Jack Shephard, Fox broke free of his Party of Five nice guy image and embodied the strong, flawed, and determined heroic lead with a ferocity. No one thought he was even capable of delivering such a performance, but Fox owned it through and through. Since Lost ended, Fox has shown up in three Hollywood pics, in either co-star or villain roles, from THE EMPEROR, ALEX CROSS, and a blink-and-you-miss-it role in WORLD WAR Z. With so many leading man roles dangling out there with all the same names, the one that seems to fall to the wayside is Fox’s, who is more than primed to fill a leading man action star role.

Suggested role: Commander Shephard in a MASS EFFECT movie or just about any action franchise.

Josh Holloway – As the infamous Sawyer, Holloway played the anti-hero with perfect bad guy intensity. Although he proved to be a good guy in the end, Holloway never let that shine through, leaving his character always on the line in terms of good or evil and the actor showed a terrific range of strength and vulnerability that let us love and hate him at the same time.  Since then, Holloway has struggled to find footing in the industry, his cameo role in MISSION IMPOSSIBLE: GHOST PROTOCOL serving as proof that the guy needs to be in more movies and can absolutely hold his own. Unfortunately, those upcoming movies are a bit part in PARANOIA and as a dance instructor in BATTLE OF THE YEAR. The only promising role he has is in David Ayer’s SABOTAGE, which could prove to be something worthwhile. He’s set to try his hand at another TV show with Intelligence, which looks like a short-lived gimmick and a waste of his talent.

Suggested role: Drake in an UNCHARTED movie or similarly themed adventure role: X-Men's Gambit for a long shot.

Evangeline Lilly – It’s hard to believe that Lost was the first professional acting gig for Lilly, who was wonderfully convincing as Kate Austen, the mysterious convict with a sordid past. Beautiful, tough, and ruthless, Lilly played Kate with a strength not typically seen in female roles. Her “Freckles” was a badass, but not one without heart or weaknesses, her beauty entrancing many a viewer (myself included) and solidifying a place in the hall of pop culture crushes forever. Since leaving the show, Lilly had a thankless role in Hugh Jackman’s REAL STEEL and a cameo role in Kathryn Bigelow’s THE HURT LOCKER. However, she has a solid role in Peter Jackson’s THE HOBBIT: THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG (as Tauriel) and the third sequel to follow, which is a great step forward for the actress and the most promising of all the actors here.

Suggested role: Any Luc Besson-esque female action starrer or dramedy with someone like Diablo Cody or Woody Allen. Long shot: Wonder Woman.

Terry O’Quinn - The actor took home an Emmy for his performance as John Locke, one of the best hero to villain roles of all time. O’Quinn chewed up and spat out every scene he graced in Lost, starring as a paraplegic man on a quest that certainly lived up to the promise. O’Quinn’s Locke was intense, smart, conniving, and shrouded in mystery, serving as the perfect metaphoric device for the show. Whether you loved or hated the character, you had to respect and admire the actor, who nailed the complex role with every episode. Since the show closed, O’Quinn has had moderate success (and failure) with shows like 666 Park Avenue, Falling Skies, and Hawaii Five-O (alone with fellow alum Daniel Dae Kim), but hasn’t found feature work that fits his considerable skill.

Suggested role: O’Quinn is perfectly suited for a strong lead role in just about any genre. He can do villains, mentors, historical figures, you name it.

Beyond those already mentioned, it goes without saying that the vast majority of the Lost cast is in need of better roles. Daniel Dae Kim has made a go of Hawaii Five-O and The Legend of Korra, but has more than earned a spot in a big-budget property (Quick Kick in the next GI Joe perhaps?) and his counterpart in the show, Yunjin Kim, has putzed around, missing roles perfectly suited to her (Mariko in The Wolverine maybe?). Emilie de Ravin has found a home in Once Upon A Time, but it would be nice to see her make the jump into features again (she was great in BRICK). Naveen Andrews was superb as Sayid in the show, but his biggest role post-Lost is in the DIANA biopic. Not exactly capitalizing on the brute force skill he displayed on the show. And the list goes on.

While there have been some decent successes, it feels like this massive talent pool has been languishing since Lost ended its run, leaving them marooned, much like their characters on the show. Everyone displayed such promise and talent and I always felt that all of them would make the transition with relative ease. Now, it seems that they are underutilized and forgotten, a true shame especially when there are so many roles out there that are begging for some fresh, new talent. Hopefully, these actors will escape from their figurative island and get back to “mainland” Hollywood where they can once again put their considerable skills back on display.

Yeah, just give me an excuse to put up another picture of Evangeline Lilly...

Extra Tidbit: What roles do you think the Lost actors are primed for? Lets hear your suggestions below!
Source: JoBlo.com

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6:12PM on 07/31/2013

Great Article

I feel like Fox and Holloway should just produce their own Western and cast themselves as the leads. Loved Lost from start to finish and was sad to see it end. Fox and Holloway definitely need to find some bigger roles and to be honest, I find that odd that Fox hasn't locked down a lead role in a film yet. I, like most, was very disappointed by his 2 second "cameo" in WWZ.
I feel like Fox and Holloway should just produce their own Western and cast themselves as the leads. Loved Lost from start to finish and was sad to see it end. Fox and Holloway definitely need to find some bigger roles and to be honest, I find that odd that Fox hasn't locked down a lead role in a film yet. I, like most, was very disappointed by his 2 second "cameo" in WWZ.
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1:56PM on 07/31/2013

Michael Emerson,

rocking it in person of interest
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6:07AM on 07/31/2013
I can't believe 90% of Fox's role in WWZ was cut out. Now it's really just a cameo. Too bad.
I can't believe 90% of Fox's role in WWZ was cut out. Now it's really just a cameo. Too bad.
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1:03AM on 07/31/2013
I'd be very cool with Fox or Holloway as the next Batman. Locke as Luthor is a great shout.
I'd be very cool with Fox or Holloway as the next Batman. Locke as Luthor is a great shout.
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11:33PM on 07/30/2013
Carano is the only person that can play Wonder Woman. That is all.
Carano is the only person that can play Wonder Woman. That is all.
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7:10PM on 07/30/2013

Great article

I constantly wonder why these actors haven't found more success post-Lost. Even the supporting characters did great in their roles and I'd like to see more of them (Charlie, Desmond, Michael, Richard, etc.), along with all those actors you already mentioned.
I constantly wonder why these actors haven't found more success post-Lost. Even the supporting characters did great in their roles and I'd like to see more of them (Charlie, Desmond, Michael, Richard, etc.), along with all those actors you already mentioned.
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6:47PM on 07/30/2013

Lily for Wonder Woman?!? HELL NO!

I walked past her at Comic Con, and she hasn't aged well at all. Not to mention Diana isn't a B-cup.

I still say Gina Carano for Wonder Woman (if WB can ever get their shit together).
I walked past her at Comic Con, and she hasn't aged well at all. Not to mention Diana isn't a B-cup.

I still say Gina Carano for Wonder Woman (if WB can ever get their shit together).
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3:54PM on 07/30/2013
I've thought the same exact thing any time I see one of these actors/actresses pop up in something else usually in a bit part. Whether you loved or hated Lost (I personally hated the way they closed out the show to the point of it almost ruining the rest of the series for me), there's no arguing that 90% of the cast did an excellent job. I really can't believe how at least a couple of them haven't gone on to have huge success since the show ended.
I've thought the same exact thing any time I see one of these actors/actresses pop up in something else usually in a bit part. Whether you loved or hated Lost (I personally hated the way they closed out the show to the point of it almost ruining the rest of the series for me), there's no arguing that 90% of the cast did an excellent job. I really can't believe how at least a couple of them haven't gone on to have huge success since the show ended.
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3:36PM on 07/30/2013

Favorite show of all time

Can't say enough awesome things about this show. Still has the power to amaze & entertain 9 years after it began.

I remember reading a few entertainment articles around 2003 - 2004 from a few critics stating that Dominic Monaghan would be staging career suicide by starring in a Hawaiian sci-fi TV show so quickly after his turn in the "Lord Of The Rings" trilogy. Dumbshits.

As for the purists hate for Lilly's character Tauriel...I would hope that PJ knows what he's doing & will make her
Can't say enough awesome things about this show. Still has the power to amaze & entertain 9 years after it began.

I remember reading a few entertainment articles around 2003 - 2004 from a few critics stating that Dominic Monaghan would be staging career suicide by starring in a Hawaiian sci-fi TV show so quickly after his turn in the "Lord Of The Rings" trilogy. Dumbshits.

As for the purists hate for Lilly's character Tauriel...I would hope that PJ knows what he's doing & will make her character fit awesomely in the world of "The Hobbit".

As for my favorite character on LOST...I would love it if J.J. Abrams gave Josh Holloway a main role in Episode 7.
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2:37PM on 07/30/2013

The Island Isn't Done With You Yet.

Also, great article and a damn good way to look back at what I consider my all-time favorite TV show. A lot of people say they hated the final season because it never gave them any answers. I'm actually glad it didn't. I always viewed LOST as just one tiny chapter in the Island's mysterious history. There are many, many other chapters before and after Oceanic 815. I'm happy they left things hanging because no matter how or what they said about the Island, no explanation would have been good
Also, great article and a damn good way to look back at what I consider my all-time favorite TV show. A lot of people say they hated the final season because it never gave them any answers. I'm actually glad it didn't. I always viewed LOST as just one tiny chapter in the Island's mysterious history. There are many, many other chapters before and after Oceanic 815. I'm happy they left things hanging because no matter how or what they said about the Island, no explanation would have been good enough to justify 6 whole seasons. I like that the mystery continues even after the show is done. It seemed like the perfect ending to me. Very gripping, intense finale.
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2:49PM on 07/30/2013
Couldn't agree more on all of that, polarboy. I love the open-endedness of the finale and you're absolutely correct. No ending would've satisfied everyone.

I'd absolutely tune in for more stories from Lost (Linus and Hurley Chronicles, perhaps?)
Couldn't agree more on all of that, polarboy. I love the open-endedness of the finale and you're absolutely correct. No ending would've satisfied everyone.

I'd absolutely tune in for more stories from Lost (Linus and Hurley Chronicles, perhaps?)
2:17PM on 07/30/2013
Lost is in my top 5 favorite shows of all time, sure they did a lot of "making it up as they went along", and the ending definitely shows that it wasn't planned from day one, but really that's what made the show entertaining. It allowed the writers to show a fluid evolution of its main characters.
Lost is in my top 5 favorite shows of all time, sure they did a lot of "making it up as they went along", and the ending definitely shows that it wasn't planned from day one, but really that's what made the show entertaining. It allowed the writers to show a fluid evolution of its main characters.
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2:06PM on 07/30/2013

I kinda agree

First and foremost I think they are being type cast somewhat bc when you see them I think most of us think of their Lost characters like "hey look its Jack" instead of saying "hey look its Matthew Fox". Also because some of these actors were cast as they were resembling the characters, the fat loveable guy Hurley with long curly hair and a big beard (with a hint of stoner mixed in), his looks alone will keep him from may roles and its not really the weight its the hair and the beard, you cant
First and foremost I think they are being type cast somewhat bc when you see them I think most of us think of their Lost characters like "hey look its Jack" instead of saying "hey look its Matthew Fox". Also because some of these actors were cast as they were resembling the characters, the fat loveable guy Hurley with long curly hair and a big beard (with a hint of stoner mixed in), his looks alone will keep him from may roles and its not really the weight its the hair and the beard, you cant put him in a suit and say he is an accountant or something. Matthew Fox is the most puzzling and Josh Holloway. I really though Fox would scoop up a nice action star mantle and maybe Holloway as well, but Holloway has the more charismatic style and could do well in comedies. Either way loved all of them and hope to keep seeing them.
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1:57PM on 07/30/2013
Really hoping Abrams liked Holloway enough to put him in Star Wars. He was basically the Han of Lost.
Really hoping Abrams liked Holloway enough to put him in Star Wars. He was basically the Han of Lost.
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1:46PM on 07/30/2013

Loved the topic, LOVED the article...

TWO THUMBS UP Paul!!
TWO THUMBS UP Paul!!
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2:23PM on 07/30/2013
Thanks, man! Glad folks are digging it and loving everyone's feedback. Keep it up, guys!
Thanks, man! Glad folks are digging it and loving everyone's feedback. Keep it up, guys!
1:44PM on 07/30/2013

Great article!

Loved reading the article since Lost is arguably my favorite television show of all time and a big reason why was the characters and the pitch perfect actors playing them.

Matthew Fox, Josh Holloway, and O'Quinn should all be bigger stars. Fox was great in Vantage Point, Speed Racer, and We Are Marshall. I was disappointed to not see him in World War Z. The guy carried alot of the show on his shoulders and he showed more than enough that he is capable of being a leading man in any genre.
Loved reading the article since Lost is arguably my favorite television show of all time and a big reason why was the characters and the pitch perfect actors playing them.

Matthew Fox, Josh Holloway, and O'Quinn should all be bigger stars. Fox was great in Vantage Point, Speed Racer, and We Are Marshall. I was disappointed to not see him in World War Z. The guy carried alot of the show on his shoulders and he showed more than enough that he is capable of being a leading man in any genre.

Holloway was terrific in Ghost Protocol and I was disappointed that he got killed off in the first five minutes. The guy was probably the most underrated actor on Lost, arguably playing the best character in the show. Would love to see him play Gambit in one of the future X-Men films or just seeing him in his own action franchise. He would also make a terrific leading man in any genre as well too. Looking forward to all of his films including seeing Battle of the Year and I was really excited to see him pop up in the Paranoia trailer.

O' Quinn is just an all around terrific actor. No one else could have played Locke better than him and he really owned and stole every scene he was in. He was great in The Stepfather films and was also terrific in 666 Park Avenue. The guy needs to be in more films/television shows. As one post said below, he would make a great Lex Luthor and I agree. He would be brilliant and would be a very inspired choice that would really show the general audience how great of an actor he really is.

I had a great time reading this article.
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1:24PM on 07/30/2013
While I like many of these actors, TV is very different than film. Many of them may not be cut out for it. Matthew Fox somewhat proves this. While his film roles have mostly been side characters or minor roles, he really doesn't have much of a big screen presence. Evangeline Lilly MAY prove to have screen presence, but most of the LOST actors seem like better TV actors than film actors. I personally don't see too many of the actors from LOST making it big in film simply for that reason. While I
While I like many of these actors, TV is very different than film. Many of them may not be cut out for it. Matthew Fox somewhat proves this. While his film roles have mostly been side characters or minor roles, he really doesn't have much of a big screen presence. Evangeline Lilly MAY prove to have screen presence, but most of the LOST actors seem like better TV actors than film actors. I personally don't see too many of the actors from LOST making it big in film simply for that reason. While I enjoy their work on TV, I find it hard pressed to think of any roles they are truly suitable for in film. But that's ok. That goes for a lot of actors who are more suitable for TV than film.
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1:03PM on 07/30/2013

Excellent Article!

I loved Lost, even through it's last season. Did the story kind of fall apart? Sure, and it left us with a lot more questions than answers concerning the Island. But the story arcs for the characters were top-notch. The finale was probably one of the best emotionally satisfying finales I've ever watched, fitting for such a great show with great talent.

One guy I think is underappreciated is Michael Emerson, who played Ben Linus. Along with Terry O'Quinn, Emerson stole every single scene he
I loved Lost, even through it's last season. Did the story kind of fall apart? Sure, and it left us with a lot more questions than answers concerning the Island. But the story arcs for the characters were top-notch. The finale was probably one of the best emotionally satisfying finales I've ever watched, fitting for such a great show with great talent.

One guy I think is underappreciated is Michael Emerson, who played Ben Linus. Along with Terry O'Quinn, Emerson stole every single scene he was in, and it was an absolute pleasure to see Ben and Locke sparring off in each scene they shared. After seeing BBC Sherlock's interpretation of Moriarty, I could've definitely seen Emerson playing that role with an equal amount of evil and intensity as Andrew Scott did. Hopefully more roles are on the horizon!
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2:32PM on 07/30/2013
Funny you should say that because I've always wanted to see Emerson as a Bond villain. You're right, he stole every scene he was in and most of them made you want to grab him by the collar and punch him right in those big bug-eyes. He was that good.
Funny you should say that because I've always wanted to see Emerson as a Bond villain. You're right, he stole every scene he was in and most of them made you want to grab him by the collar and punch him right in those big bug-eyes. He was that good.
12:51PM on 07/30/2013
Come to think of it, I'm surprised Terry O'Quinn didn't pop up in Lincoln in some capacity. Just because that movie seemed to be full of TV and theater actors of his caliber. But he's long ben an underrated talent, even prior to Lost. Naveen Andrews actually did have a short run of roles with films like Planet Terror and The Brave One. Emilie de Ravin didn't exactly explode, but she's been popping up in roles off and on, like her blink-and-you-miss-it turn in Public Enemies.

I think largely
Come to think of it, I'm surprised Terry O'Quinn didn't pop up in Lincoln in some capacity. Just because that movie seemed to be full of TV and theater actors of his caliber. But he's long ben an underrated talent, even prior to Lost. Naveen Andrews actually did have a short run of roles with films like Planet Terror and The Brave One. Emilie de Ravin didn't exactly explode, but she's been popping up in roles off and on, like her blink-and-you-miss-it turn in Public Enemies.

I think largely TV acting is about the moment. No denying Lost was a huge cultural phenomenon, but it isn't current. Matthew Fox has been eclipsed in some ways by Jon Hamm (both are dark, brooding, handsome leading actors in hit TV shows), the main difference being Hamm has a bit more charisma. Josh Holloway really SHOULD be bigger, but as someone who didn't watch Lost all that much, he's not usually the first person to pop in my mind for particular roles, as much as he is for some other people. I think he needs more exposure to renew interest in casting him in better roles. Such is the lot in life for the underrated.
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11:26AM on 07/30/2013
Matthew Fox was also Racer X in Speed Racer and the twist villain in Vantage Point. Out of all his movies, I would say Vantage Point was the only one I liked.
Matthew Fox was also Racer X in Speed Racer and the twist villain in Vantage Point. Out of all his movies, I would say Vantage Point was the only one I liked.
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12:01PM on 07/30/2013
He also had a pretty major role in We Are Marshall as the assistant coach.
He also had a pretty major role in We Are Marshall as the assistant coach.
12:05PM on 07/30/2013
Paul was talking about Fox's roles "since Lost ended."
Paul was talking about Fox's roles "since Lost ended."
12:15PM on 07/30/2013
CaptAhab, you are correct, sir. Fox was solid in We Are Marshall and as Racer X in Speed Racer (a very under appreciated film, IMO). It's post Lost that he's been kicked to the curb and that's really too bad. As good as Brad Pitt was in WWZ, I actually think Fox would have made a more engaging and intense Gerry Lane. It furthers the shame that his role was cut short when he easily could've pulled off Pitt's role.

Good stuff, guys.
CaptAhab, you are correct, sir. Fox was solid in We Are Marshall and as Racer X in Speed Racer (a very under appreciated film, IMO). It's post Lost that he's been kicked to the curb and that's really too bad. As good as Brad Pitt was in WWZ, I actually think Fox would have made a more engaging and intense Gerry Lane. It furthers the shame that his role was cut short when he easily could've pulled off Pitt's role.

Good stuff, guys.
2:37PM on 07/30/2013
Ahh, my fault Paul. Thanks Ahab.
Ahh, my fault Paul. Thanks Ahab.
3:43PM on 07/30/2013
All good, Deejay
All good, Deejay
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11:21AM on 07/30/2013

finally

It's criminal that Josh Holloway is not a superstar yet. He was a not expected gem in the latest MI . I agree he would be great as Drake.
It's criminal that Josh Holloway is not a superstar yet. He was a not expected gem in the latest MI . I agree he would be great as Drake.
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11:18AM on 07/30/2013
Terry OQuinn should play Lex Luthor in the Superman - Batman flick. It'll be different and unique and he'd play a Lex that you'd be genuinely afraid of. Not some hack whose only power is the ability to buy real estate.
Terry OQuinn should play Lex Luthor in the Superman - Batman flick. It'll be different and unique and he'd play a Lex that you'd be genuinely afraid of. Not some hack whose only power is the ability to buy real estate.
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12:44PM on 07/30/2013
I think you might be onto something there. I think he would make a great Luthor.
I think you might be onto something there. I think he would make a great Luthor.
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11:09AM on 07/30/2013
I've been saying this for years! Thank you!
And as a side note i think Josh Holloway would of been perfect in the lead role of Cowboys VS Aliens rather than Craig.
I've been saying this for years! Thank you!
And as a side note i think Josh Holloway would of been perfect in the lead role of Cowboys VS Aliens rather than Craig.
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10:58AM on 07/30/2013
Agreed, Lost had quite a problems, especially nearing the end but the acting remained top-notch from the start to finish. Sadly, this is nothing new. Friends, Seinfeld, The Sopranos, The Wire all had great casts but (a few exceptions aside) it just seems very difficult, for whatever reason, for tv actors to make the transition to feature films.
Agreed, Lost had quite a problems, especially nearing the end but the acting remained top-notch from the start to finish. Sadly, this is nothing new. Friends, Seinfeld, The Sopranos, The Wire all had great casts but (a few exceptions aside) it just seems very difficult, for whatever reason, for tv actors to make the transition to feature films.
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10:58AM on 07/30/2013
Good article. Not sure if I wholly agree with your point about Matthew Fox. I think he's shown such great range on Lost that his leading roles shouldn't be just as action heroes/franchises. The guy should even be getting lead roles in dramas as well. And great call on Josh Holloway getting the lead in Uncharted, or even just a lead role in some kind of action franchise. It would be awesome if he got the role of Gambit in an X-Men movie, but for whatever reason Singer is against using him.
Good article. Not sure if I wholly agree with your point about Matthew Fox. I think he's shown such great range on Lost that his leading roles shouldn't be just as action heroes/franchises. The guy should even be getting lead roles in dramas as well. And great call on Josh Holloway getting the lead in Uncharted, or even just a lead role in some kind of action franchise. It would be awesome if he got the role of Gambit in an X-Men movie, but for whatever reason Singer is against using him.
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10:38AM on 07/30/2013
Apparently, Michael Emerson is doing really well on Person of Interest. And he was a chilling Joker in The Dark Knight Returns Part 2 (and that last moment of Part 1).
Apparently, Michael Emerson is doing really well on Person of Interest. And he was a chilling Joker in The Dark Knight Returns Part 2 (and that last moment of Part 1).
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