Let’s start this whole thing by stating that John Woo’s 1997 masterpiece
Though it’s hard to imagine who might be able to top Travolta and Cage in a
Cast Vanessa Kirby and Samara Weaving in the FACE/OFF remake you cowards pic.twitter.com/iC2RfJCvgX
— Howlin’ Hollywood Matt Donato (@DoNatoBomb) September 9, 2019
This is another bit of inspired casting as both of these actors have proved they give weird, scary, and wonderful performances which are exactly what made
— Alan Guillermo 🔜LA Comic Con (@GuillermoDelAln) September 9, 2019
Timo Tjahjanto is one of the most exciting horror directors out there (you might have seen his work in
Absolutely love FACE/OFF.
But always felt that Mister Woo, not responding to my fan mail idea of post-surgery Castor Troy as literally a skinless faced crimelord running around seducing Sean Archers wife as a HUGE missed opportunity. pic.twitter.com/hqmq4eETk7
— Timo Tjahjanto (@Timobros) September 10, 2019
I mean, I know we said that we didn’t want a
if they HAVE to remake Face/Off, then it should star Sarah Paulson and Catherine Zeta-Jones. https://t.co/bQxzIWfucQ
— Gavia Baker-Whitelaw (@Hello_Tailor) September 9, 2019
Contemporary Travolta and Nic Cage seem to be the most simple yet unlikely version of this film and to be honest, we would actually love to see it. Especially if it was framed as a shot for shot remake and not a sequel. High/Concept.
FACE/OFF 2 (20XX)
Director: Harris Dang
DOP: Trained doves pic.twitter.com/ZiU9qZi7eF
— Harris Dang (@FilmMomatic) September 7, 2019
This is just a really good idea.
Face/Off remake but Nicolas Cage plays both parts. pic.twitter.com/tVGJevnQSC
— Kyle Fletcher (@TheKyleFletcher) September 10, 2019
Most fans were immediately very invested in the idea of having two people who look almost exactly the same play the roles. Which begs the question: What would be the point of taking their Faces… Off?
Matt Bomer and Henry Cavill are basically the same person but I guess this would basically make
Face/Off but it’s Henry Cavill and Matt Bomer and you literally can’t tell the difference pic.twitter.com/Gv0kD1fd0I
— Brandy Jensen (@BrandyLJensen) September 9, 2019
This is actually very good casting because both of these actresses are great… but, again, the point of
Jessica Chastain and Bryce Dallas Howard in FACE/OFF remake. pic.twitter.com/oCZaevlKjR
— Joseph Kahn (@JosephKahn) September 10, 2019
Discovering an interesting trend here which is that a lot of actors who look the same are actually quite good picks. After killing it in
My pitch for the FACE/OFF reboot. pic.twitter.com/OSrpBHE0xd
— Dan (@Danimalish) September 9, 2019
Samara Weaving making a second appearance here as someone gets the joke and it basically makes the movie
— Matt McDaniel (@themattmcd) September 9, 2019
This seems serious but again defeats the point. Still, Keira Knightly and Natalie Portman would kill it so why the heck not?
Since John Woo is doing a female remake of The Killers why can’t he do the same thing with Face/Off?!?
Natalie Portman and Keira Knightley get my vote pic.twitter.com/1bCMaIM1Dt
— 乳首狼 (@TITWOLF) September 10, 2019
This is like the sweetest most sit-com friendly version, something more along the lines of
The FACE/OFF remake should star Richard Riehle and Brian Doyle-Murray. pic.twitter.com/obmgxsRTYa
— 👻ndy R🐀ttinger Hall🎃ween Editi☠️n (@Rattinger) September 10, 2019
Aren’t they just the same guy???
Cast Dermot Mulroney and Dylan McDermott in the Face/Off remake, you cowards.
— Brian Tallerico (@Brian_Tallerico) September 9, 2019
Do you have better ideas about who should star in