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Darth Skuldren wrote:

Actor Jon Favreau's twitter feed revealed he's doing voice work for the Clone Wars, and with the existing speculation that he's voicing one of the Mandalorians, it's likely we'll hear his voice in this episode.

Source: http://twitter.com/Jon_Favreau


I saw that yesterday - I think its pretty cool to see him in the show. Even if its brief.


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comanderbly wrote:
Darth Skuldren wrote:

Actor Jon Favreau's twitter feed revealed he's doing voice work for the Clone Wars, and with the existing speculation that he's voicing one of the Mandalorians, it's likely we'll hear his voice in this episode.

Source: http://twitter.com/Jon_Favreau


I saw that yesterday - I think its pretty cool to see him in the show. Even if its brief.



Woo Hoo!!!

That's awesome! I always liked Jon's work!
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What else was he in? I've never heard of him before.
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He is the director of Iron Man.


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Reepicheep wrote:
What else was he in? I've never heard of him before.


Director
Year Title
2001 Made
2003 Elf
2005 Zathura
2008 Iron Man
2010 Iron Man 2
TBA Cowboys & Aliens

Writer
Year Title
1996 Swingers
2001 Made
2008 Iron Man
2009 Couples Retreat
2010 Iron Man 2

Actor

Year Film Role Notes
1992 Hoffa Uncredited role
1993 Rudy D-Bob
1994 Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle, Elmer Rice
1994 Seinfeld Eric the Clown 1 Episode
1994 PCU Gutter
1996 Swingers Mike Peters
1997 Friends Pete Becker 6 Episodes
1998 Very Bad Things, Kyle Fisher
1998 Deep Impact, Dr. Gus Partenzer
1999 Rocky Marciano Rocky Marciano
2000 Love & Sex, Adam Levy
2000 The Replacements, Daniel "Danny" Bateman
2001 Made, Bobby Ricigliano
2001 The Sopranos, Himself
2003 Elf, Doctor Leo
2003 Something's Gotta Give
2003 Daredevil, Franklin "Foggy" Nelson
2003 The Big Empty, John Person


2004 The King of Queens, Sean McGee
2004 Wimbledon, Ron Roth
2006 The Break-Up, Johnny O
2006 Open Season, Reilly; Voice only
2006 Monk, Dr. Oliver Bloom; Season 4, episode Monk Goes to the Dentist
2008 Iron Man, Happy Hogan
2008 Four Christmases, Denver McVie
2009 I Love You, Man, Barry
2009 G-Force, Hurley the Guinea Pig; Voice only
2009 Couples Retreat, Joey
2010 Iron Man 2, Happy Hogan
2010 The Zookeeper, TBA (Voice only)

Well that's about it I think for now. Smile
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I didn't know he directed Iron Man. Makes me look at him in a whole new light. Cool
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Darth Skuldren wrote:
I didn't know he directed Iron Man. Makes me look at him in a whole new light. Cool


He's one of those guys who's slipped under a lot of radars but has been there in the middle of things and no one notices. BUt I think he likes it that way Wink
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How could one guy go from a totally awesome movie like Iron Man to a ridiculously stupid and lame movie like Couples' Retreat?
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Thanks IR2. You're right, Jedi Joe, he does seem pretty versatile. Wink
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Jedi Joe wrote:
How could one guy go from a totally awesome movie like Iron Man to a ridiculously stupid and lame movie like Couples' Retreat?


Ahh- don't look at it from "finished product" standpoint- if you look at it from a "filming" aspect- I'd say working on it was fun. Sometimes that's part of it. One sticking to serious movies might not ever work with comedians, and comedy's tend to fail more then action flicks in general. But the experiences would open doors while being fun.

That's just how I see it anyway Smile
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Looks like the Mandalore plot will be the first episode in a three parter. If anybody lives in San Francisco, the lucky Star Wars fans there get an early sneak peak at them...

http://www.theforce.net/swtv/story/Special_TCW_Lucasfilm_Screening_Monday_128897.asp

[EDIT] That's interesting, looks like somebody took down that article. Guess they weren't suppose to advertise that special event. Laughing
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Three parter. Interesting...
This is likely going to be the best or worst episodes yet.
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Reepicheep wrote:
Three parter. Interesting...
This is likely going to be the best or worst episodes yet.


I am optimistic it will be good, hopefully great.

Anyone notice all the mandos armor is blue? Blue signifies loyalty if I remember correctly. Of course sometimes its just style too.


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So Death Watch- by name! And did any one else see that BLACK lightsaber? And they told me no! HaHA! Oh yeah?!

SO much hinges on this one for me. And I have a feeling I'm going to being laughing. Smile
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Black Lightsaber? Shocked I missed it... Sad
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