MSS: Matching Actors to Characters

Adapting a Screenplay to a Graphic Novel

There is a process that calls for imagination. It’s called writing. All writers ‘see’ their characters in terms of specific individuals. What happens when someone else wants to visualize what you are imagining? You have to find and share images of actors.

My Satanic Struggle: List of Characters

COMMUNITY Members

christopherplummer

Secretary-General Henry EVERGREEN – “virile”, 95 (looks 70), world leader

matt damon

Major John (Jack) ARMSTRONG – “lonely”, 55, E.S.P. officer-in-charge

seth macfarlane

Captain Stanley (Skip) GARRETT – “middle-man”, 40, E.S.P. second-in-command

jonah_hill

Corporal Norman (Piggy) HOGSTEIN – “simple-minded”, 25, E.S.P. junior officer

Michael Cera

CompTech Alex CALDER – “hippy”, 30, E.S.P. computer technician

logan lerman

Decoder Stewart DAVIDSON – “whiz-kid”, 20, E.S.P. decoder technician

COMMUNITY Rebels

Mel-gibson

Thomas BENJAMIN – “penitent”, 60, ex-minister

Scarlett-Johansson

Christine KING – “undercover”, 25, terrorist leader

Megan-Fox

Susan FRANKLIN – “bitter-sweet”, 35, terrorist second

Jennifer Lawrence

Judith JACKMAN – “man-hater”, 30, terrorist

nina-dobrev

Linda LANGFORD – “timid”, 20, terrorist

Wes Studi

“Indian” JOE – “branded”, 50, free spirit

Conclusion

I wrote this screenplay in 1978. Most of these actors weren’t even born then. If it could ever be made into a film, this would be my all-time all-star cast.

About cdsmiller17

I am an Astrologer who also writes about world events. My first eBook "At This Point in Time" is available through most on-line book stores. I have now serialized my second book "The Star of Bethlehem" here. And to give my blog pages something lighter, I'm sharing some of my personal photographs, too.
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