Rembrandt in the remake

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Who do you guys think would make a good Rembrandt in the ramake? Somebody will probably argue with this or have a better person in mind, but I think John Leguizamo would make a good Rembrandt.

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i think caleho thomas would make a good rembrant
he played zero in holes
i think rembrant should be played by someone younger

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Even though I'm against the remake, I could see a young kid, about 14 to 16 years old playing Rembrandt. He seemed to be the youngest in the whole gang and he was quite precocious.
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How about Edward Furlong? (That's assuming Rembrandt doesn't have to be Latino).

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Will Farrell??
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Edward Furlong is way to different to fit the role of Rembrant, the only similarity I can see is his size.

But, Khleo Thomas would be the best Rembrandt for a remake since: he has frizzy hair, he's young, he's small, and like Rembrandt he's not too dark and not too pale either. He's also a recognizable actor.

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A little off topic here but I think Hayden Christisen could make a pretty good swan. He's a pretty good actor and would probabley draw a crowd with his fame from star wars.
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snowball fury wrote:A little off topic here but I think Hayden Christisen could make a pretty good swan. He's a pretty good actor and would probabley draw a crowd with his fame from star wars.
I think you have a good point. Hopefully he won't have the same fate as Mark Hamill, but Mark Hamill has stayed quite busy over the years voicing cartoons and getting involved with the comic book business.
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id say caleho thomas because hes got the hair and skin tone. but i dont think hes old enought or big enought. for swan i agree with u guys hayden christien would be preety sweet and he reconizible but not too much

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the rogue wrote:id say caleho thomas because hes got the hair and skin tone. but i dont think hes old enought or big enought. for swan i agree with u guys hayden christien would be preety sweet and he reconizible but not too much
Khleo thomas may be small now, but from now to 2006 he'll probably grow quite a bit since he's already 16 years old.

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andy stockdale from wolfmother would be a great rembrandt
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rembrandt33 wrote: andy stockdale from wolfmother would be a great rembrandt
its andrew stockdale. yeah that kid from holes is a good choice

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Atmospheric wrote: Will Farrell??
yeah that would be funny and adam sandler as ajax and jim carie as swan
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skt4477 wrote: Even though I'm against the remake, I could see a young kid, about 14 to 16 years old playing Rembrandt.  He seemed to be the youngest in the whole gang and he was quite precocious.
yes he was the youngest he also died 7 years after the film sadly

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