Written by ThanosCopter
on Tuesday, April 16 2013 and posted in News with Benefits
Actors have been cast for a new motion comic based on Kurtis Wiebe's Image series.
Source: Image Comics
While we impatiently wait for news of BBC's upcoming television adaptation of Peter Panzerfaust, Image is moving forward with casting roles for an accompanying motion comic. Elijah Wood, best known as the cannibalistic hobbit in Lord of the Sin City, has been cast as Peter. Summer Glau, best known for her work in every cancelled cult TV show in the last decade, has been cast as Wendy. Ron Perlman, who portrays a motorcycle riding son of the devil in stuff, will be Kaptain Haken, a version of Captain Hook.
Most importantly, Dante Basco has also been cast in the motion comic as Alain. Basco is best known for being one of the miscreant children Antonio Banderas tames via ballroom dance in Take the Lead. He was also the voice actor for some bit character named Zuko in Avatar: The Last Airbender. Oh, and he was motherfuckin' Rufio in Hook. RUFIO, RUFIO, RUFIO!
A trailer for Rufio Lives! (featuring some Peter Panzerfaust dude) will be unveiled at C2E2.
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