Deadline reported today that French-Algerian actress Sofia Boutella will play the lead female role in British director Matthew Vaughn's movie adaptation of Scottish comic book writer Mark Millar's comic, Secret Service. Boutella has worked on French TV shows and movies, as a dancer for Madonna, and as model. As that's about the extent of the relevant information here, we're going to make up some quotes from the people involved in a poorly written exaggerations of the dialects of their home countries. Cool? Let's do it.
"Ven I heard ze news, I vas very excited to learn zat I would be staring in ze movie," Boutella told us while sipping wine and eating stinky cheese in a cafe. "It is ze breakthrough role zat I have been vaiting for, and I am very happy that zey chose moi for it."
"Wee wee," she added. "Poo poo. Haw haw!"
"Oi thought it wuz a bit of a no brainer, wuzn't it?" commented Vaughn. "Oi mean, the birds a roight pisser of a fine actress, in't she? Welly welly welly welly welly welly welly well. Oi reckon she'll do a great job, and if you disagree, great bolsy yarblockos to you, sir! Cheerio, bob's your uncle, and oll that!"
"Ah dinnae pure care wha thay cast," said Millar while castrating a sheep. "Whin ah wrote this comic, ah knew it wid mak' a stoatin movie, sin that's th' ainlie reason ah write thae glaikit hings. As lang as th' dosh keeps comin' in, ah will keep cranking this crap oot, ken whit ah mean? Hahaha! Och, ah mean, thay made a braw choice."
As a bonus, we asked costar Samuel L. Jackson what he thought about all of this, and he responded, "I'm tired of these motherfuckin' frogs, limeys, and sheepfuckers in my motherfuckin' movie!"
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