Where the fans cast the film.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Announcing the winner of the Order of the Stick Casting Game, plus saying goodbye to the Casting Game

Yeah, I know, this took forever, I'm sorry. A lot went down since last I did this show, not the least of which was Mevio shutting the show down without warning, only after the fact explaining they wanted to "focus on video content." Of course this means the planned farewell episode featuring Tee Morris and Phillipa Ballantine (by far my most popular guests) returning to cast my own novel, And Here's To You, won't happen. I actually kinda hope none of my fans were really psyched about that one. There are at this time no plans to start the show over on the same new server that Gilmore Girls Re-Watch and Singular Achievement Phenomenon. I've not ruled out making it a Blog-only feature of the arkle.silver-gateway.com website though. I may even include voting. That's a maybe at this point though. In the meantime, if you like the concept of the Casting Game, I know a guy who does a show kind of like it. He calls himself The Blockbuster Buster. You can find him on Blip.tv, and in-between his movie reviews and Top 10 lists he does these "cast the movie" type shows that are a lot of fun. What I like is that he puts real thought into it, much like we all did on this show. Check him out if you get the chance.

So, anyway, the long overdue winners of the Order of the Stick Casting Game.

As Roy Greenhilt: Donald Faison Winner: Nate
As Durkon Thundershield: Tie. Winner decided by coin toss. Michael Chiklis Winner: Nate
As Haley Starshine: Emma Watson Winner: Nate
As Elan/Nale: David Tennant Winner: Nate
As Varsuvius: Tilda Swinton Winner: Bronzethumb
As Belkar Bitterleaf: Nicholas Holt Winner: Bronzethumb
As Xykon: Christopher McCulloch Winner: Nate
As Redcloak: Tie. Winner decided by coin toss. Russell Tovey Winner: Bronzethumb
As The Monster in the Darkness: Keith David Winner: Bronzethumb
As Sabine: Zoe Saldana Winner: Bronzethumb
As Thog: Dolph Lundgren Winner: Nate

Final Score: Nate, 6. Bronzethumb, 5.

Since Nate won, the movie will be directed by his choice of director, Kevin Smith.

Hollywood, make this movie! ;-)