We don't know.
No official sources have talked about this, and with a movie this old, I doubt they ever will. Multiple theories exist around the web.
This would be because Finger was voiced by none other than Vin Diesel.
Diesel went uncredited for this small role. Though Besson has stated that he does not want to make a sequel, I ...
According to inverse.com, he might appear in 6 unreleased films:
Ralph Breaks the Internet: It’s unclear whether or not Lee actually lends his voice to Ralph Breaks the Internet, but outlets are
labeling it as a cameo, so Lee probably has at least one line.
Madness in the Method: Lee’s credited as “Stan,” which probably means he plays himself, a ...
I'm not going to make this too political, but it took a lot of people a lot of effort to change these old perceptions, and not just in Hollywood, in all walks of life.
Twilight Zone was first broadcast in 1959.
The world was a significantly different place back then. Hollywood wasn't alone in excluding non-white actors [and technicians, writers, producers] ...
Why aren't the actual people involved in incidents asked to do reenactments?
That's not always the case, Many times they do use a real person to portray their own life.
Mayuri is a Telugu film based on Sudha Chandran's life and she played the role herself and it was a critically acclaimed film. She also played the main role in its Hindi remake Naache ...
No official words I can get about it but IMDb claims Malone said this line:
Brooklyn Bystander : [looking at a glitched stoplight] I think it's a Banksy.
Going through official script, only one Brooklynite have a speaking line and it's same as IMDb and you yourself said he was credited as Brooklyn bystanders.
ET Online confirms it:
“Post Malone gets ...
From The New York Times
So why was Swinton playing Lutz Ebersdorf?
“Undeniably, I would have to say, for the sheer sake of fun above all,” Swinton emailed. “As my grandmother would have it — a motto to live and die by — ‘Dull Not To.’”
Still, Swinton and her director had more in mind than just playfulness. Guadagnino had always conceived “...
I don't have a direct source for this but my speculation based on the story is, that because he's
IMO Timothy Hutton makes one feel that weight, where Henry Thomas just seemed so much lighter, causal, and unburdened and I think that is the point. The Dudleys don't really change. They're characters that seemed to understand Hill House from the start of this ...
In this interview in the Hollywood Reporter, Patrick J. Adams, who plays Mike Ross, explains that he chose to leave the show because he believed Mike Ross' story had nowhere else to go:
As we were starting to talk about renegotiating contracts [for season eight and beyond], I took a moment. Everybody was going full steam ahead and I stopped and said, "We ...
The character at the starting of the movie, the one who is comforting the dying soldier at the field hospital and the one appearing at a later time as Ruby's father is the same one.
Both are Brendan Gleeson playing Stobrod Thewes.
From the Wiki:
Three years later, Inman fights in the Battle of the Crater and
survives; he then comforts a dying ...
If the movies count, then Leonard Nimoy (Spock) was effectively written out. However, he was then written back in.
Originally, Leonard Nimoy did not want to return for Star Trek II, due to concerns about being typecast in the role. He was enticed to return by a promise of a meaty—and permanent—death scene in the movie. However, Nimoy had a much better ...
Goodman didn't want to play Fred Flintstone, so Spielberg announcing his casting choice in a somewhat public meeting put him on the spot and made it hard/impossible to refuse:
to coerce or intimidate, as by threats
to sandbag someone is to trick or bully them ...
John Goodman still starred in Always: he played Al Yackey, the best friend of protagonist Pete Sandich. Here he is on the poster:
The Flintstones didn't begin filming until 1993, four years after Always was released, so Spielberg could cast him in the former without affecting his participation in the latter.
As for why Goodman felt sandbagged, he may have ...
Check out Air Eagles (USA, 1931), starring Lloyd Hughes as Bill Ramsey, Norman Kerry as Otto Schumann and Shirley Grey as Eve. It was directed by Phil Whitman, produced by Larry Darmour Productions and released on December 20, 1931. Written by Hampton Del Ruth, it was suggested by E. V. Durling and Lewis R. Foster, with uncredited additional writer Walter Q. ...
The characters played by DiCaprio and Pitt are 'inspired by' (not exactly based on) Reynolds and Needham in an entirely fictional, almost tangential way. Reynolds and Needham had no involvement in Manson or the events that transpired. These two fictional characters are placed into the true story of the Tate murders (well, Tarantino true).
The other actors ...
There are several possible reasons for this.
The actor was so good they made them a regular, but their original character doesn't fit in the ongoing plot, as is often the case with disposable minor characters.
Jerry Orbach played a minor role in Law & Order as a lawyer, but later was cast as one of the two main police officers (a leading role). This ...
Clayne Crawford, actor, who played Martin Riggs on the Fox drama, was officially removed from the series after previously being reprimanded twice for his on-set behaviour.
Reasons behind his reprimand is taken from digitalspy
Lethal Weapon's Clayne Crawford has addressed rumours regarding his
on-set behaviour, confirming that he was "reprimanded twice"...
The thousands of casting agencies in the world have headshots of actors they work with, as well as databases with their stats: gender, age, height, weight, hair color, eye color, skin color, fitness level, etc. If a producer needs a specific look, they will usually work with a casting agent. Based on the criteria that the producer gives them, the casting ...
Question is slightly unclear as to what's being asked, but I've provided several answers below to cover all bases;
If your question is 'have they ever played brothers on film'; then yes.
Rated X is one example, wherein the two real life brothers play two porn baron brothers from the 1960s.
If the question is 'have they ever showed up in a cameo role in ...
It’s ambiguous what counts as being “written out”, but there are a few possible examples:
Almost Everyone from The Cage
Star Trek famously switched almost the entire cast in between the original pilot episode and the main series,with only Leonard Nimoy as Spock returning as a regular. Of these, Captain Pike (Jeffrey Hunter), Dr. Phillip Boyce (John Hoyt), ...
At that time, Elizabeth Taylor was contracted to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
They would be the only people with any hope of having any records to confirm or deny your anecdote.
6 of the 8 movies Ms Taylor made across that period were shot at MGM Hollywood, the other 2 in the UK.
However, even up to the 80s, 'extras' working for movie studios wouldn't be properly ...
Like Chris Evans, Ryan Reynolds is now a veteran with many roles under his belt:
Hannibal King in Blade: Trinity
Green Lantern in Green Lantern
Deadpool in Deadpool 1 & 2
Nick Cruz in RIPD
Arguably, the character he played in X-Men Origins: Wolverine is a different one from Deadpool as
They never said that up loud but the common theory is Hunter is manifestation of Alan's fears.
Jonathan Hyde plays both Alan's father and Van Pelt. A common theory is that Jumanji conjures up Van Pelt by taking the form of the person you had dreaded the most, and for Alan, it's his father—especially since Van Pelt spouts out the same ...
Nicole Kidman was/is 5'11" and Cruise's real life wife when they appeared together in Far And Away, which is considered a Romance film. That bests Kelly McGillis by an inch, thereby making the biggest height difference ~3 inches.
Beyond that, it begins getting more difficult to mask the height difference, and as a taller female is not "the norm", it then ...
As Lars Bosteen suggests in his comment, Theo Lingen plays the character referred to as the "con-man" in this transcript. (That's what "bauernfänger" translates to.)
He first appears in the film around 29 minutes in, lying on the sofa and smoking a cigarette and then doing card tricks at the table:
Arguably, John Ford & John Wayne. - 24 to 35 years (1928/39 - 1963)
Ford directed Wayne in Stagecoach (1939) and continued to feature him until at least 1963 with Donovan's Reef.
In fact, Ford had directed Wayne in several movies prior to 1939 (as far back as 1928) but Stagecoach was Wayne's breakout role.
There are no official sources for this, but from my understanding, Winston Story was specifically cast because of his resemblance to Joe Lo Truglio.
There was no coincidence, he was chosen to play a Boyle doppelganger.
I found a trailer for the movie here and the cast is introduced starting at 1:35.
The character played by Theo Lingen is shown from 1:50 to 1:55. Here is a screenshot:
Unfortunately, I could not find a script so far. Thus, I can not really describe the scenes he is playing in. But maybe you recognise him now, when re-watching the film.
I compared the Arys_Oakheart GOT Fandom page, which indicates which episodes the character appeared in with imdb.com's data. I wasn't able to find the GOT character Arys Oakheart listed in the film credits for any featured episode or the primary list of the imdb.com's GOT Full Cast & Crew . It stands to reason that if they had cast an actor to this ...