WHO WOULD PLAY YOU IN A MOVIE?

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I Lost My ShoeIf you're a regular cinema goer, then I'm sure you've often contemplated what actor should play you in a movie based on your life! After all, there are quite a few movies adapted from real-life experiences and nigh on everybody has a story to tell. In fact, so many people have so many stories to tell, Sky Cinema has taken it upon themselves to conduct a survey in order to figure out the what, the why, and the where of the situation.





Now when it comes down to selecting an actor who can play you in a movie, the winner of the male category was none other than two time Oscar winner, Tom Hanks, who's best known for starring in such films as 'Forrest Gump' and 'Saving Private Ryan'. Whereas Audrey Hepburn, another Oscar winner, who starred in such romantic comedies as 'Roman Holiday' and 'Breakfast At Tiffany's', managed to come out on top in the female category. Here, check out the following two lists to see the full run-down.


The Top Male Actors Men Would Like To See Play Them In A Movie:
    Tom Hanks
  1. Tom Hanks.
  2. Leonardo DiCaprio.
  3. Clint Eastwood.
  4. Matt Damon.
  5. James Stewart.
  6. Anthony Hopkins.
  7. Denzel Washington.
  8. Johnny Depp.
  9. Brad Pitt.
  10. Jack Nicholson.
  11. Liam Neeson.
  12. Gary Oldman.
  13. Humphrey Bogart.
  14. Harrison Ford.
  15. Daniel Day-Lewis.
  16. John Wayne.
  17. Michael Caine.
  18. Tom Cruise.
  19. Marlon Brando.
  20. Charlie Chaplin.
  21. Robert De Niro.
  22. Clark Gable.
  23. Nicolas Cage.

The Top Female Actors Women Would Like To See Play Them In A Movie:
    Audrey Hepburn
  1. Audrey Hepburn.
  2. Sandra Bullock.
  3. Helen Mirren.
  4. Emma Watson.
  5. Julia Roberts.
  6. Kate Winslet.
  7. Emma Stone.
  8. Marilyn Monroe.
  9. Meryl Streep.
  10. Jennifer Lawrence.
  11. Emma Thompson.
  12. Maggie Smith.
  13. Angelina Jolie.
  14. Keira Knightley.
  15. Reese Witherspoon.
  16. Grace Kelly.
  17. Scarlett Johansson.
  18. Katharine Hepburn.
  19. Jodie Foster.
  20. Elizabeth Taylor.
  21. Julie Andrews.
  22. Charlize Theron.
  23. Whoopi Goldberg.

OK! So now we've got the casting in place, the next thing we have to do is figure out what we should call your film. Well, according to Sky Cinema, it should be something like...

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  1. Boredom Forever.
  2. Born to be Mild.
  3. Dave’s Destiny.
  4. Daz: A Life Animated.
  5. Everyone Loves Timmy.
  6. How Not To Live Your Life.
  7. Is That it, Then?
  8. Jen the Crazy Cat Woman.
  9. Peace, Trust and an Utter Lack of F***s.
  10. The Rise and Fall of Debra.
  11. The Amazingly Tedious Life of a Wombat Lover.
  12. The Life and Times of A Confused Crossdresser.
Oh dear! Were those the film titles people picked to represent their movie?  Ouch! That must have hurt. Hurt a lot. Still, never mind. The show must go on and we have yet to consider a number of other film-related factors. For a start, how would you like your character to be portrayed? Thirty-seven percent of the general public believe they should be the films main heroone in five would consider themselves more of an anti-hero; and one in ten pessimistically think they should be the film's central villain.

Along similar lines a quarter of the people polled by Sky Cinema would describe their life story as a dramatwenty-two percent think it would be better illustrated as a light-hearted comedytwenty-one percent implied that their life is a true underdog tale; and another quarter think it would be a fairly uplifting adventure.
Researchers from Cineworld have also gotten into the act and found out that most people would love to include a number of popular elements into their film, especially if they want it to be worthy of an Oscar nomination! Some of these elements include:

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  • An engaging plot.
  • Two main villains.
  • For it to be directed by Steven Spielberg.
  • Two plot twists.
  • It should have a hero and a heroine.
  • Two romantic moments.
  • Three fight scenes.
  • For it to feature Tom Hardy and Judi Dench as the two main supporting actors.
  • Two car chases.
  • Two hours long.
  • A soundtrack inspired by Pulp Fiction’s soundtrack.
Also, ten percent of people would like their film to end violentlytwelve percent would like it to end on a funny notethirteen percent would like it to end somewhat enigmaticallyfifty percent would like it to have a happy ending; and seventeen percent would like a musical number.

Now, do you agree with any of this? If not, please leave a message in the comment section below and I'll forward it to either Cineworld or Sky Cinema. Alternately, why not play the following game and see what you can come up with.


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