Tyrion Lannister is gold-plated AWESOME. Also reminds me of his scene in Living in Oblivion where he rips into Steve Buscemi for thinking putting a dwarf into a dream scene makes it automatically weird and surrealFalseprophet said:I always felt bad at how height-challenged actors--even great ones like Davis--always get typecast as comic relief ("it's funny 'cause he's wee!") or any manner of dwarves, elves, munchkins, pixies, aliens, etc. That's why I'm pretty sure Peter Dinklage's casting call in Game of Thrones went something like this:
DAVID BENIOFF: We want you to play a dwarf in our new fantasy series.
PETER DINKLAGE: Another comic relief pixie, eh?
D.B. WEISS: Actually, your character is a Machiavellian schemer and gets all the best lines.
PETER DINKLAGE: ...go on...
DAVID BENIOFF: And when he's first introduced, he's in bed with four buxom, nubile and nude young ladies.
PETER DINKLAGE: ...Where do I sign?
Ninjas... Damn...Ne1butme said:I recall that the first time i've ever heard of the Leprechaun movies was when it was referenced in Wayne's world. Still haven't seen any of them, but I'll always remember Garth freaking out to Wayne's impression.