I have been lucky enough to have received very good questions lately that can generate excellent discussions with more than just the person submitting the question and me. Thank you for this great question, Anonymous!
Before I respond to the more specific question about Jim Carrey (which I’ll answer in a separate re-blog, or re-blogs, later today), I hope you do not mind if I use your question first as a springboard to a broader topic as part of another random question:
If you could have your ideal Soul Eater live action film, who would you cast?
As with my previous question about dream casting, be as unrealistic in your casting as you want. Cast actors who do not usually do such live action adaptations. Cast no-names to big-names; stage to television to film; living, dead, or something in-between; actors from Japan, the United States, anywhere.
(…Just avoid making it into another The Last Airbender…)
So long as Shamalon (I can’t spell it) stays away from it, we should have a fighting chance
What happened to Poof?
I’m assuming (hoping) he’s just at the magic school. Otherwise…their lack of continuity is reaching a new low…
On a newer episode of The Fairly OddParents they contradicted a major plot point presented like twelve years ago while acknowledging it at the same time just to fit in one of their newer characters and why would you do that it upsets me so much.
I’m assuming you mean Let Sleeper Dogs Lie, where they effed up the entire backstory that made Crocker a likable and understandable character.