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G-Force gains Cage, Buscemi, Nighy, Arnett and Morgan

NicolasCage.jpgWell I remember G-Force to have been quite a young crowd, but apparently they're a lot older in the film version as the following names seem to have been picked up for voicing the lead characters in the animated film version of the television series.

Nicolas Cage, Steve Buscemi and Tracy Morgan are the first three names attached and will be lead voices on the film.

The story from The Hollywood Reporter through Latino Review also reveals that there are several live action actors also signed up to play human characters, and those are Bill Nighy, Will Arnett, Zach Galifianakis, Kelli Garner, Gabriel Casseus and Jack Conley.

We're also told that Nicolas Cage will play Speckles who is a mole, no not a spy, an actual mole. Steve Buscemi is set to play Bucky the hamster, and Tracy Morgan will be Blaster who is a guinea pig. Of course these are their forms before they are transformed into the force we know as G, a secret government agency that has gadgets galore and are trying to stop the evil forces from...and so on. Nighy is set to play an industrialist, perhaps the main bad guy, and Arnett is an FBI agent.

It all sounds like it's moving ahead well, but I can't seem to muster any excitement for the project. Going by past history I feel that my childhood memories of the series are going to be trampled on as the film takes to the screen.



Mmm...well, I'm not really sure what to make of this and can't say I'm particuarly excited either.
One of my friends made a commment the other day about how I don't get excited about upcoming movies anymore. Sadly, it's true...but I've been disappointed too times in the recent years.

Yeah, that happens when you see so many Hollywood films Meli, you start to get a little disillusioned with the middle of the road dirge that they release.

Still, I think it makes you go and try and find something a bit different and look a little outside Hollywood, and when you do find something that grabs you it's that extra special feeling.

I do watch more than just Hollywood flicks and I enjoy them, but yes, I do have to search for them. Even living in the LA area where we get nearly every type of movie playing somewhere at some point they aren't promoted like other movies, for obvious reasons. It's why I try to keep an eye on the theaters which play independant and forgein films in my area.


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