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SianZena wrote:
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I always assumed that they'll get Robert Pattason to play Fieryo in th movie version.....Along with that girl from Twilight as Elphaba, along with Emmy Rossme as Glinda.


Elphie: Fiyero... I know what you are.
Fiyero: Say it.
Elphie: You're... you're a... you're...
Fiyero: Say it!
Elphie: YOU'RE A SCARECROW!
Fiyero: Well, now, whose fault is that?


This has officially made my day!


HAHAHAHAHHAH!

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kozafluitmusique wrote:
SianZena wrote:
Damask and Dark wrote:
Yakko wrote:
I always assumed that they'll get Robert Pattason to play Fieryo in th movie version.....Along with that girl from Twilight as Elphaba, along with Emmy Rossme as Glinda.


Elphie: Fiyero... I know what you are.
Fiyero: Say it.
Elphie: You're... you're a... you're...
Fiyero: Say it!
Elphie: YOU'RE A SCARECROW!
Fiyero: Well, now, whose fault is that?


This has officially made my day!


HAHAHAHAHHAH!


Bahahahahahahahaha.



Oh, and if Kristen Stewart (that girl from Twilight) comes anywhere near the Wicked movie, I may have to eat a baby.
just saying.

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Madame Morrible : Betty White


NO. Absolutely not. Rose already stole the part of Lady Macbeth from Blanche. If it happens again with Madame Morrible, Blanche will be devestated.


Holy crap, Beagle, this is the best post ever.
I'd like to see either of them as Morrible, actually. And something tells me Angela Lansbury would make a kickass Morrible.

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aworthyboyishe wrote:
kozafluitmusique wrote:
SianZena wrote:
Damask and Dark wrote:
Yakko wrote:
I always assumed that they'll get Robert Pattason to play Fieryo in th movie version.....Along with that girl from Twilight as Elphaba, along with Emmy Rossme as Glinda.


Elphie: Fiyero... I know what you are.
Fiyero: Say it.
Elphie: You're... you're a... you're...
Fiyero: Say it!
Elphie: YOU'RE A SCARECROW!
Fiyero: Well, now, whose fault is that?


This has officially made my day!


HAHAHAHAHHAH!


Bahahahahahahahaha.



Oh, and if Kristen Stewart (that girl from Twilight) comes anywhere near the Wicked movie, I may have to eat a baby.
just saying.



Couldn't agree more.


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I can kinda see Angela Lansbury as Morrible. *nods in approval*


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aworthyboyishe wrote:
Oh, and if Kristen Stewart (that girl from Twilight) comes anywhere near the Wicked movie, I may have to eat a baby.
just saying.

Word.

I hate her with a passion. She killed Twilight, she's not taking any musical down with it.

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Angel-of-Music* wrote:
aworthyboyishe wrote:
Oh, and if Kristen Stewart (that girl from Twilight) comes anywhere near the Wicked movie, I may have to eat a baby.
just saying.

Word.

I hate her with a passion. She killed Twilight, she's not taking any musical down with it.

Surely to say she 'killed Twilight' would imply that the source material was a great piece of literature to begin with...?

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random_person wrote:
Angel-of-Music* wrote:
aworthyboyishe wrote:
Oh, and if Kristen Stewart (that girl from Twilight) comes anywhere near the Wicked movie, I may have to eat a baby.
just saying.

Word.

I hate her with a passion. She killed Twilight, she's not taking any musical down with it.

Surely to say she 'killed Twilight' would imply that the source material was a great piece of literature to begin with...?



Well, Stephanie Meyer has said it was just soppy romance herself. She never intended it to be a great piece of literature.

It serves its purpose, fulfilling lonely high school age girl's fantasies about the perfect man.
XD

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aworthyboyishe wrote:
random_person wrote:
Angel-of-Music* wrote:
aworthyboyishe wrote:
Oh, and if Kristen Stewart (that girl from Twilight) comes anywhere near the Wicked movie, I may have to eat a baby.
just saying.

Word.

I hate her with a passion. She killed Twilight, she's not taking any musical down with it.

Surely to say she 'killed Twilight' would imply that the source material was a great piece of literature to begin with...?



Well, Stephanie Meyer has said it was just soppy romance herself. She never intended it to be a great piece of literature.

It serves its purpose, fulfilling lonely high school age girl's fantasies about the perfect man.
XD


I find Edward far from perfect. He's a stalker :P

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aworthyboyishe wrote:
random_person wrote:
Angel-of-Music* wrote:
aworthyboyishe wrote:
Oh, and if Kristen Stewart (that girl from Twilight) comes anywhere near the Wicked movie, I may have to eat a baby.
just saying.

Word.

I hate her with a passion. She killed Twilight, she's not taking any musical down with it.

Surely to say she 'killed Twilight' would imply that the source material was a great piece of literature to begin with...?



Well, Stephanie Meyer has said it was just soppy romance herself. She never intended it to be a great piece of literature.

It serves its purpose, fulfilling lonely high school age girl's fantasies about the perfect man.
XD


...a high school girl's image of a 'perfect man' is an emotionally-abusive, one-dimensional 'pretty boy' who's a pathetic excuse for a vampire and only exists to fulfil the wishful fantasies of his sexually-repressed hack of a creator?

Wow, no wonder I never scored a date in my school days. :P

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I find Edward far from perfect. He's a stalker :P


You ever found it odd how Edward’s mentality is more akin to a deranged stalker than an ideal significant other for Bella, yet is presented by Meyer as nothing short of the perfect gentleman and the relationship between the two characters as unquestionable ‘true love’?

I mean, I don’t have problem with abuse being portrayed in literature, but when the true nature of the relationship it is never addressed or otherwise made unmistakeably obvious to the reader, I can't help but find it somewhat unnerving, especially when the masses of impressionable girls that worship this character seem blissfully unaware of the implications of what they are reading and sometimes even consider Edward to be the bar to which their current or potential boyfriends should be compared.

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random_person wrote:
aworthyboyishe wrote:
random_person wrote:
Angel-of-Music* wrote:
aworthyboyishe wrote:
Oh, and if Kristen Stewart (that girl from Twilight) comes anywhere near the Wicked movie, I may have to eat a baby.
just saying.

Word.

I hate her with a passion. She killed Twilight, she's not taking any musical down with it.

Surely to say she 'killed Twilight' would imply that the source material was a great piece of literature to begin with...?



Well, Stephanie Meyer has said it was just soppy romance herself. She never intended it to be a great piece of literature.

It serves its purpose, fulfilling lonely high school age girl's fantasies about the perfect man.
XD


...a high school girl's image of a 'perfect man' is an emotionally-abusive, one-dimensional 'pretty boy' who's a pathetic excuse for a vampire and only exists to fulfil the wishful fantasies of his sexually-repressed hack of a creator?

Wow, no wonder I never scored a date in my school days. :P

kozafluitmusique wrote:
I find Edward far from perfect. He's a stalker :P


You ever found it odd how Edward’s mentality is more akin to a deranged stalker than an ideal significant other for Bella, yet is presented by Meyer as nothing short of the perfect gentleman and the relationship between the two characters as unquestionable ‘true love’?

I mean, I don’t have problem with abuse being portrayed in literature, but when the true nature of the relationship it is never addressed or otherwise made unmistakeably obvious to the reader, I can't help but find it somewhat unnerving, especially when the masses of impressionable girls that worship this character seem blissfully unaware of the implications of what they are reading and sometimes even consider Edward to be the bar to which their current or potential boyfriends should be compared.




I mean, come on, who doesn't watch their significant other while they sleep?

...............nobody?

Well this is 6 kinds of awkward.

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aworthyboyishe wrote:
Oh, and if Kristen Stewart (that girl from Twilight) comes anywhere near the Wicked movie, I may have to eat a baby.
just saying.


BAHAHA, I very much agree with that statement.

Think of the babies people! :P

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