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June 25 2005

Serenity's Chiwetel Ejiofor to appear in Spike Lee's new movie 'Inside Man'. Looking at the cast list, he is in very good company.

I think it might be worth adding a little bit of ino to the description about Chiwetel Ejiofor's role in Serenity to make the link to Joss a little clearer.

Goods news, though. Any high profile roles any of the Serenity cast are involved in or linked with in the future can only raise awareness of Serenity.

[ edited by Razor on 2005-06-25 19:40 ]
Uh, Ejiofor plays How's that for a summary?

[ edited by Simon on 2005-06-26 00:49 ]
Umm, was that a spoiler? I didn't know his exact role. Just as long as he isn't undercover or changes allegiance halfway through the movie.
I don't think it can really be considered a spoiler since the official trailer makes it clear who and what he is. I think we're going to see a lot of that trailer in the next couple of months...
Well I've put it in invisible text for the time being, admittedly it is going be hard for non-spoiler people to stay completely unspoiled for the movie.
I just meant that it would be worth pointing out that the actor has a role in Serenity, without even saying what that role is, because people who haven't seen the trailer or film, and even some people who have seen the trailer, might not know who he is.
Well, one thing Chiwetel Ejiofor (whose name I can only spell correctly through cutting and pasting) is for certain is a wonderful actor. Really blown away by his character/performance in "Serenity."

The movie, however, sounds almost shockingly conventional for a Spike Lee film. Here's hoping there's something substantial that's attracting all those talented superstars.

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