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March 26, 2009


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Carolyn Jung

As his portrayal of Harvey Milk showed, Penn is a chameleon. So he just might make a laudable Larry yet. :)


Keith wanted to comment but the system would not let him. Here's his comment:

"An actor of Penn's caliber doesn't have to audition for parts. It must be a nice transition when you no longer have to chase parts and the parts seek you out. Still you have to think that Penn did have to show he had the range for this part, though. Also makes you consider what actors would be good picks to play Larry."

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