Thursday, September 06, 2007

TERENCE STAMP IS THE TRUE ZOD ! !

Man, TERENCE STAMP is the fucking MAN!! And in my book, he is the one & only GENERAL ZOD!! He has one of the coolest voices EVER, is a great actor and has a magnificant screen presence! And dig that killer silver hair he's sporting now! God, he'd be soooo awesome as Zod again!

You hear that, Singer?! Yeah, I wasn't too thrilled with SUPERMAN RETURNS, but that was primarily due to 2 main things: Lois was horribly miscast (Bosworth ruins the movie) and introducing the Super-baby (ugh). So here's your chance to redeem yourself a bit....

In THE MAN OF STEEL (SR2), please re-cast freaking Stamp as GENERAL ZOD!!!! Simply say he's been trapped in the PHANTOM ZONE since SUPERMAN II and has withered a bit from the experience. This will explain how much older he looks. Besides, he's more-or-less from Jor-El's generation anyway. With imaginative photo shoots and use of FX, he can still go fist to fist with Supes..... just look at all the crazy action GANDALF appeared to do in Lord of the Rings!

So I am starting early and putting this out into the COLLECTIVE!

MAKE TERENCE STAMP GENERAL ZOD ONCE MORE!!
AND WE SHALL ALL GLADLY KNEEL BEFORE HIM!!!
US...... AND ONE DAY, OUR HEIRS!!!!!!!

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"er, what's with the symbol on his chest, Jimmy?"
Kryptonian Alphabet
(the symbol is "Z" in Kryptonian, for you lazy folks who can't click a link)
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Recommended Stamp Flicks:
SUPERMAN II: THE RICHARD DONNOR CUT (awesome!!!)
THE LIMEY
YOUNG GUNS
Bad-Movie-But-Stamp-Kicked-Ass Flicks:
Elektra (ugh)
Star Wars: Episode 1: The Phantom Menace
Alien Nation

3 comments:

tim said...

the Limey is freakin' awesome. I love that scene where he tosses that gent off the balcony.

otter said...

that's not a Kryptonian Z, that's the international usher symbol for "step this way, please".

really, i've got nothing else. i can't follow your posts 98% of the time, but i know my symbols.

Dr Lazarus said...

Jim, I really wish you had power in Hollywood. I love your ideas and visions for things!!!