Casting call 3

Posted: July 13, 2010 in Trivialities, rants & other ephemera

Richard, duke of York

Caroline’s suggestions

Young Edward IV

Older Edward IV

 

Margaret of Anjou (thanks to Elizabeth and Caroline)

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Comments
  1. I could go for either Edward IV. Need a blond Margaret and a short, stocky Duke of York for my own novel, though!

  2. anevillfeast says:

    I like the third one here for Margaret and my York needs to be short and wiry rather than stocky. Not sure about Young Ed, he looks a bit too louche (I know, I know…).

  3. Caroline says:

    Thank you Karen, I’m deeply flattered by your reference to me in this post! Natalie Dormer (the third choice for Margaret of Anjou) looks very pretty as a blonde, by the way. As for the DoY, if you’re looking for someone short and a bit wiry, why not Tom Hollander? I don’t have the faintest idea who would play Proud Cis, though.
    May I also (for consideration in Casting Call 4 ) suggest Sarah Bolger for Elizabeth Woodville (she’s a bit young but beautiful) and either Max Brown or Rafe Spall for the Duke of Clarence?

  4. anevillfeast says:

    Caroline, I was only too pleased to post your suggestions! I appreciated them a lot. Cecily is going to be difficult, I think, but we’ll find her! I’ll check out the ones you’ve mentioned. If this keeps up, there’ll be no room on the next one again for my ideas! (I don’t mind that at all.) 😀

  5. anevillfeast says:

    I’ve just checked out Rafe Spall – he’s a good looking version of his Dad!

  6. Elizabeth says:

    Yay for Sophie Marceau – I think she’s just so feminine and beautiful I’d put her in any movie I’d make!

  7. anevillfeast says:

    Can’t say I’ve seen a lot of her, Elizabeth, but I’ll be keeping an eye out from now on.

  8. Elizabeth says:

    Well I have some bad news to give you… She played Isabella in “Braveheart”. There, the horribleness is out!

  9. anevillfeast says:

    Oh. She might have to go through a fairly tough audition process, poor thing!

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