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Josh Gad

  1. Jamie Bell, Fantastic Four, 2014.      Good Gad was the first Fox choice for Ben Grimm. Yet Bell became the first British Thing - after Michael Chiklis and Michael Bailey Smith in the previous flops. Two other firsts. CGI was used in place of prosthetics and The Thing was not booted or suited - no boots or pants. Film flopped. (Only ever made to save the rights). Hollywood Reporter critic Todd McCarthy called it  “a 100-minute trailer for a movie that never happens.” Marvel icon Stan Lee saw it coming and refused his seal-of-approval cameo.
  2. Dan Fogler, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, 2015.     Michael Cera, Josh Gad, Zack Pearlman and Steve Zissis were knocked out of the new JK Rowling park by Brookynite Fogler  - as as Jacob Kowalski,  aNo-Maj cannery worker and baker  wannabe who accidentally enters the 1926 New York’s magic community after accidentally swopping suitcases with Rowling’s new hero: Eddie Redmayne as wizard-magizoologist Newton Artemis Fido ‘Newt’ Scamander…  in the first of a trilogy (in five parts... and and 54 years before Harry Potter was born.  Newt and Jacob resembled Laurel and Hardy.




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