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David Arquette


  1. Leonardo DiCaprio, The Quick and the Dead, 1994.    Director Sam Raimi thought of Arquette, but his star - and producer -  Sharon Stone paid the extra money to get  Leo. For once, a cowpoke called Kid actually looked  like a kid. 
  2. John Livingston, Mr Wrong, 1995.     Lost Walter; so did Ben Affleck,  Adrien Brody, Noah Wylie. They were lucky! “A dreadful movie,” blasted San Francisco critic Nick LaSalle. They were lucky again in April 2013 when their union blocked the auction of 54 test  tapes, including  theirs with Ellen DeGeneres. “Auditions are not public performances,” said the SAG-AFTRA.  “Performers are entitled to expect them to remain private.”
  3. Skeet Urich,Scream, 1997.   “They asked me to be Billy but I much preferred Dewey - written asa big, hunky guy.” Less than hunky, Arquette still survivedthe two sequels and wed his co-star, Courteney Cox.
  4. Walton Goggins, The Shield, TV, 2002-2008.   Seen by creator Shawn Ryan forone of Michael Chiklis’ corrupt Strike Force, Detective Shane Vendrell - an enormous breakthrough for Goggins, soon stealing Justified from pal Timothy Olyphant.
  5. Shane West, What We Do Is Secret, 2006.     When first in development, Arquette was set for  the biopic of Darby Crash, leader of the punk rock band, The Germs.  When West took over, the group  loved his singing so much, they went back on  the road - with him as lead singer. The baby-faced Crash  took his life on  the same day that John Lennon was murdered. 

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