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Ray Porter additionally seems in “Insurgent Moon,” however solely in a small function. Porter additionally performed a roadie named Mick in Cameron Crowe’s “Nearly Well-known” and, in a enjoyable coincidence, a 2007 TV film known as “Final Stand of the 300,” a mockbuster rendition of Snyder’s personal 2006 movie “300.” Porter performed one of many oracle monks. The actor has a assured and bell-clear voice — he has learn a number of audio books — and Snyder was fortunate sufficient to listen to him play each function in “Insurgent Moon.” In keeping with Snyder, Porter was introduced into the manufacturing early, and the director would ask the actor to learn again parts of the script in particular person. 

Ultimately, he employed Porter to learn your entire script identical to he would a guide on tape. Snyder even performed a portion of the recording for the visiting journalists. The director stated: 

“Each day earlier than I might come to work, I might take heed to Ray learn the scene. […] So on the drive in, I am going to take heed to it to remind me, ‘Oh yeah, that is what we’re doing.’ Hear the dialogue and every thing. It is good enjoyable. I’ve by no means finished it for a film, however I’d do it that method any longer. Since you sit within the automobile and you’ve got your script and also you get carsick and you are like, ‘Oh god, that is exhausting,’ however for those who simply put your headphones on … And truly, as a result of I wrote the script, I am all the time like, ‘What did we are saying? What was that?'”

Whereas a screenwriter will hear their dialogue learn ultimately, it have to be a brand new expertise to listen to it in a single voice in its entirety like that. 

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