Ya know, at the risk of sounding picky with details...I recall Renton having less hair. Maybe his skin tone darkened down a bit would look more like it.I'm still figuring out his nose.I still really like it though.AND it's one of my favorite movies too!
I'm not trying to caricature Ewan McGregor. I've obviously thrown a few things in that I've been influenced by from the film, but in the book he's always called "that reid-heided cunt", so I chose to emphasize his red hair.I wanted to keep his skin tone pale, since he's a junky.
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AAAAaaaah!Makes sense.Now I feel sheepish.Heheh. This whole thing reminds meof a scene from Orange CountyMr. Burke: Now, when I say "Romeo and Juliet," who comes to mind?Dana: Claire Danes?Mr. Burke: That's right, Claire Danes. Who else?Chad: Leonardo DiCaprio.Mr. Burke: Right. Who else? Well, you know someone else was involved in that movie who in some ways is as famous as Leonardo Di Caprio. And his name is William Shakespeare. And some great movies have been made based on his plays: Hamlet, West Side Story, The Talented Mr. Ripley, Waterworld, Gladiator, Chocolat'...
Ha ha ha ha, I love that movie Good ol' Chevy.
I don't love Orange County... but it has some really funny Jack Black scenes. -Which is the only reason I own it.I've always wondered if one of JB's contract agreements, is to make sure he's in his plum smugglers in at least one scene of every movie.
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