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Thread: Magnum P.I. Coming to the Big Screen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stargazer View Post
    You know who would be great, physically? The guy that plays Luca on ER. Goran Visnjic. His accent would count him out, though. But he's tall, dark, and devastatingly handsome.
    Yes I love Goran but hey, what about another ER alum - Shane West - he's adorable and just might work in the role.

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    It's official, Hollywood has run out of ideas.

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    HaHaHa all I can think of is the tiny, tight shorts he used to wear

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    Quote Originally Posted by JR. View Post
    It's official, Hollywood has run out of ideas.
    No kiddin'.
    I thought they'd scraped the bottom of the barrel with The Dukes of Hazard and Miami Vice.

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    Oh I hope that Owen (or Luke) Wilson doesn't get the lead either. Especially Owen.

    *I like Luke, but not for this!*
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    Quote Originally Posted by JR. View Post
    It's official, Hollywood has run out of ideas.
    I think that happened a long time ago.

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    Aww, JR, do you only like the short shorts on the Fear Factor babes?

    Quote Originally Posted by suncat7 View Post
    Oh I hope that Owen (or Luke) Wilson doesn't get the lead either. Especially Owen.

    *I like Luke, but not for this!*
    I like them both, too, but I don't like them for Magnum either. Robert Downey Jr. or Rob Lowe would be okay if they were taller. But they aren't, so they are out.
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    Oh Man! I'd love to see that movie. But it's pretty hard to replace Tom! Whoever it is has to be mighty big, tan, have a hairy chest, a nice moustache, great locks of hair, a constant five-o'clock shadow, an incredible smile complete with dimples, look great from all angles, and yes, be gorgeous in a gawdy Hawaiian shirt.

    I dunno. Pretty difficult IMHO. Hey, maybe my sweetie can play "Tom". He just needs a tan, and to shave off his beard!

    BTW, hate the new 007. Does not work for me.
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    Maybe Tom could do it himself. He looked pretty good a few years ago on Friends!

    But if there has to be a replacement, I'd vote for Mario Lopez. Just add a moustache and hair to his chest! Damn, that Ali Landry is a lucky girl!
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    I thought Ali Landry dumped him after only being married for a few weeks because she found out he was having an affair.

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