Mr. Rochester No. 2

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21 Apr 2005 00:23 #1109378051 by clemato
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Absolutely. And now that he's 12 years older, at 43 isn't he the perfect age to play Mr. Rochester?

Jane Eyre is one of my favorite stories. And Nat can really play scary, romantic, and smart. It would be terrific!!



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And, I have to say, a remake of Wide Sargasso Sea could be in order, too. The original was kinda bad, it could be better with less sex and more creepiness.

On the subject of WSS - did anyone else notice that Nat's dancing companion at a party is none other than Naomi Watts (who was 25 at the time)?


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You must smoking some good stuff, cause there is no way Joan Fontaine could ever be called Homely. That's just crazy talk. :huh:

Post edited by: clemato, at: 2005/04/21 02:27

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21 Apr 2005 03:54 #1109378054 by Lynley1962
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I didn't know that. Nat is surprising me more and more.

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21 Apr 2005 17:30 #1109378056 by Martina
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Hi,
it`s spring and all the feelings around are about love.
So you are talking about Bronte stories and i have the vision of something like Jane Austen`s "Sense and Sensibilty" directed by Emma Thompson.
It was so romantic, that every woman wants to heal Alan Rickman`s heartbreak.Wasn`t it?
Nat`s role in "Haunted mansion" was romantic,yes, but stupid with Eddie Murphy,getting on my nerves!
This belongs to/in an english hand. The americans love that type of man, like Nat, but they don`t work it out
So Emma Thompson ,if you do a new romantic movie, see around and think about Nat!!!!
:woohoo: Martina

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22 Apr 2005 17:25 #1109378058 by caroline
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Not only Mr. Rochester, but Nat would do well in a remake of "Suspicion" (in the Cary Grant role) opposite Joan Fontaine. For the person who stated that I must be "smoking" something referring to "homley" Joan Fontaine, I wish to clarify that Joan Fontaine is not homley, nor any actress who has played the part of Jane Eyre, but is made-up to portray Jane Eyre as homely, to be true to the book. By the way, I do not smoke, am a middle-aged American female who grew up with the classics (movies, books, etc.)! And I think Nat is a class act, all by himself!

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23 Apr 2005 19:56 #1109378059 by Martina
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Hi Caroline,
what a genius idea...Cary Grant`s part of a Hitchcock movie ......for Nat.
Everything is connected.......Hitchcock was an english man, who would prefer Nat.I`m sure. Let`s start wishes to the universe.
Martina
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25 Apr 2005 15:05 #1109378061 by caroline
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Thanks Martina: yep, I think Nat, the quentisential Englishman would be great in so many remakes (and if/when he's in a remake, believe me, it's gotta be excellent) of both movies and books!! Someone also suggested "Heathcliff" of "Wuthering Heights", a splendid idea, don't you think? You had mentioned Alan Rickman, another fave Englishman. I love it when he plays the most absolutely nasty, evil men, and he was a hoot in Harry Potter! How about Nat and Alan in some kind of psychological/suspense movie?

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