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duats
Grey Havens

Apr 8 2011, 6:40pm


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I don't think so

Jed Brophy, Lawrence Makoare, and Sala Baker had multiple roles, but they played characters that required prosthetics. Thus, their physical appearances could be changed.

Andy Serkis played multiple characters, but they were characters that only required voice work. Physically, Serkis was only Smeagol/Gollum.

John Rhys-Davies played two characters, but one was a CG creation that only required his voice.

So unless Ronan was going to have prosthetic work done, or provide her voice for something, I don't see her playing more than one role.

And the thought of PJ having this made-up elf character in his head three years ago is incredibly disheartening.


(This post was edited by duats on Apr 8 2011, 6:42pm)


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