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Old 03-13-2009, 04:20 PM
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Jaw line's too narrow.
He can chew on a hockey puck for a couple months to build it out
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Old 03-13-2009, 04:21 PM
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Just use Tommy speer
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Old 03-13-2009, 04:23 PM
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Old 03-13-2009, 04:24 PM
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WHat about that dude who played Van Wilder? Ryan something...
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Old 03-13-2009, 04:26 PM
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WHat about that dude who played Van Wilder? Ryan something...
Ryan Reynolds is too tall, I think.
Elijah Wood is the only actor I can think of with the Jawline that Nate was referring to.
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Well there blows my Brad Pitt idea


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Well, it would have to be someone who is actually younger than Matt. You can't have an actor in his 40s playing Matt in his 20s.
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Ryan Reynolds is too tall, I think.
Too fem.

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Elijah Wood


He was great in LOTR, but we don't need those Sherdog idiots associating Matt with a Hobbit.

It would have to be a unknown actor, there's really no one in Hollywood right now who would work at all. My first thought would have been Mark Wahlberg, but he's just too old now. Sean Astin would have been another choice, but too old, too short, and then there's the Hobbit issue again.
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Well there blows my Brad Pitt idea
They would have to do a search for twins that look just like them. Or maybe Joey can play him when he's old enough!
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One of those twins I went to school with are perfect candidates im trying to get pics of em in present time. Similar bodies and yes they have that NECK!!!
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That's easy. Scott Caan. Remember "Tweeder" from Varsity Blues?



He's a few inches shorter than Matt, but that's nothing some boots couldn't solve. But he's pretty muscular like Matt.
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