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Lizzy Caplan

 

  1. Linda Cardellini,  Freaks And Geeks, TV, 1999-2000.    In the Judd Apatow mix for Lindsay Weir  (with Lauren Ambrose and Busy Phillips)…
  2. Busy Phillips, Freaks And Geeks, TV, 1999-2000.    …and for Kim Kelly before being later cast as Sara for four epsiodes in the fictional  Chippewa, Michigan. In his future movies, producer Judd Apatow used many  people from the series, his way of  “refusing to accept that the show was canceled.”
  3. Deborah Ann Wolf, Catch 44, 2005.  Lizzy quit being among three women sent to crack a drug deal. DAW took her place  - for the money, perhaps, certaintly not for  the script. This was far from being twice  as good as Catch 22.  The wannaabe Tarantino thriller just wasn’t… is underlined by a bored Bruce Willis and  its  release…  in 2011.
  4. Amanda Seyfried, Jennifer’s Body, 2008.    “Man, we read so many amazing actors,” director Karyn Kusama recalled in Variety, September 2019; Including Amanda Bynes, Lizzy Caplan, Emma Stone “But there was just something about Amanda. She had this complete wide-eyed wonder about the world in her audition and it traveled through her whole performance.” “Jennifer was always Megan Fox,” added scenarist Diablo Cody. And Megan was extremnely unhappy about horror film’s marketing being hinged on: Megan Fox is sexy, come see this movie. “And the movie wasn’t about that. The movie was actually about mis-marketing, about people focusing on something and missing the point, about sexualizing somebody who doesn’t want to be sexualized, about all of these other things, about powerlessness as young girls and women. Nobody was ready to hear that.”
  5. Deborah Ann Wolf, Catch .44, 2010.  It seems that Caplan and Kate Mara were the only stars who read Aaron Harvey’s script and dropped it for the Tarantino-wannabe it was.  Bruce Willis starred (well, he headed the cast) and Forest Whitaker, as a Cuban, took us through his private collection of accents.  But not until the mess was released. Or escaped. In 2011.  Cecily Strong, Ghostbusters: Answer the Call, 2016.  “Ain’t no bitches gonna hunt no ghosts,” said an on-line video in the film - and zillions of Ghostfans across the planet. And try as it did (with too many Hot Shots!gags), the “comedy” failed rather than the ladies.  Eliza Dushku, Anna Faris, Alyssa Milano were potential Girlbusters  before the project became a reboot.
  6. Cecily Strong, Ghostbusters: Answer the Call, 2016.  “Ain’t no bitches gonna hunt no ghosts,” said an on-line video in the film - and zillions of Ghostfans across the planet. And try as it did (with too many Hot Shots! gags), the “comedy” failed rather than the ladies.  Eliza Dushku, Anna Faris, Alyssa Milano were potential Girlbusters  before the project became a reboot
  7. Zazie Beetz, Deadpool 2, 2017.  A hunt for a new director and for the girl known as Domino  was happening sumultaneously. David Leitch won the chair (after his Deadpool short, No Good Deed) and the Berlin-born trilingual American stunner known as Zazie won the girl. From: Caplan, Sofia Boutella(of Star Trek Beyond),Canadian Mackenzie Davis, The Knick’s Eve Hewson, Sienna Miller, Kansas City singer Janelle Monáe, Kelley Baywatch Rohrbach, Ruby Rose (from Orange Is The New Black),Kerry Washington, Mary Elizabeth Winstead. Plus Spectre’s Bond GirlsDutch Sylvia Hoeks and Mexican Stephanie Sigman.Beetz was so great, she deserved her own movie… and not just joining the guys again in X Force.




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