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There, now I have a picture of Castro and Harold up.Mind you, physically speaking Gabe will have to choose between the Castro role and a role in Everlast. Polar opposites.
That's true...Won't he be in fatigues for most of the time as Castro though? Does he have to flab it up? If you're serious about that, he can still technically be in both films. It depends on what role he goes for in Everlast. If he's a boxer, like Bolie, Father Time or one of the other fighters, then he'll have to drop out in favor of Castro. If he plays The Narrator however, a Rod Sterling type role, he can just wear a suit, get some makeup, and be good to go.Of course, I could always push Everlast production back until after the Castro film. He'd need enough time to get into tip-top shape.
What say we force Gabe to gain thirty pounds of flab to play Castro? It starts this Sunday with an extra cheese pizza.
Oh, sure. I'll pull a Tom Hanks in Cast Away. I'll flab up for the Castro role and slim down and buff up for the Bolie role. It'll take a toll on my body, but it's all for art.
Looks like I better get my ping pong on too!
Hey man, if you want to go through the physical prep of both roles, fine by me. Just as long as you're interested enough to go from one extreme to the other.
Oh man! I've been putting on 30 pounds to try to score this role. Crap! Now I'm going to have to go on a diet again. This always happens to me!
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