Screenrant writer thinks Eddie Murphy could play Worf

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Murphy has been successful with more serious roles like James “Thunder” Early in Dreamgirls, but he has spent most of his career in comedy. And if he were to be cast as Worf with the intention of injecting more humor into the role, that would essentially be changing the character, something which even the Kelvin timeline movies by J.J. One of my biggest laments in life is that I am forced to watch a Screen Rant video each week in order to watch the talented Ryan George do Pitch Meetings. If not for that, I would pay a small fortune to have this site wiped from existence, or at the very least from my browsing experience. This is complete garbage, fake news, clickbait, cow dung masquerading as journalism. has some good, but I find myself very frustrated with it overall.

Later, when the Screenwriter describes a romantic scene between Beverly and Howard in bed, the Producer, appalled, asks who this movie’s for. In the The Rise of Skywalker pitch meeting, Hux being The Mole for The Resistance intrigues the Producer, but the Screenwriter says that this was done due to Hux suffering Badass Decay in The Last Jedi and needing a more competent replacement. In the Hancock pitch meeting, the Producer has a hard time grasping Will Smith playing a man with a Hair-Trigger Temper who becomes violent when he gets angry.


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Well, it probably means that they are ripping off other people’s articles and are expecting or not caring if they’re getting away with it; I have seen this before . It probably also means that they are “hiring” other writers and using their material for their publishment on a third-party website. Sure, but to say that you have 2000 articles under your belt after only 2 years of writing is utterly ridiculous. I also find that doing this without giving credit to the person who actually wrote the crappy article is dishonest, as it would only be fair to them and everyone else. Why would you take credit for half of the garbage “article” blogs on this website? Anyway, I do not buy it, and this is coming from someone who writes a lot and still cannot churn out the monstrous load that these jerkoffs release.

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