I got this from Sam on The Reel.
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They just posted the casting call on TheReel. From the sound of it, it's an "homage" to the wildly popular "Social Network" movie.
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Posted 12 June 2011 - 06:50 AM
The title feels like a celebration doenst it,that we all lift our glasses together and cheer "to Goren, the boy with the blue knit cap". Maybe Goren at last can cheer himself too, the boy he was,the man he has become.Acceptance is freedom and all those years of struggle melt away.
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In all the talk about the last episode one subject is pointedly being ignored, WHY THE RESHOOTING OF THE LAST SCENE ? If in fact the final scene to air was Goren emerging from the office building ( supposedly from his final shrink session) to a welcoming smile from his partner, Eames, reinstated fully, with no threat of being removed from his job, why reshoot this scene? In the reshot scene , photos of this reshoot available at thereelblog.com , the shoot takes place in a neighborhood not a downtown office building, in a townhouse. If you look at the prom, they use several different clips to show Goren at various stages in his life and career, including the one shot on the final shooting day. Given that they are wearing the same clothes and are in what looks like the same type of situation, this seems to be the altered ending. Throughout this past season, or the extra eight episodes whatever you choose to call them, never once did USA hint at it being anything more than a final farewell, for the show, the cast, and for the fans themselves who were so upset at their departure in season nine. It was Wolf who started the talk about a change of mind regarding the show, Vince and Kate as well were willing to continue, the fans wanted more and have expressed that view vocally. I hope I'm wrong but the reshot scene makes me worry that the only way to silence the hope of renewal was for USA to make a more permanent statement in that scene, leaving no doubt about a return. My hope is I'm wrong but my gut tells me that the ending will not please anyone who had pictured a rosy ending for the Goren and Eames team, I picture Goren having made a choice ( he alludes to it in the promo) he can't go on the way he has, he needs to decide, work ( as he always has full tilt 24/7) or have a life, which would be to leave the force and find himself a new direction with all the benefits that will bring, and all the loss he will have to endure. sure they do have to reshoot scenes for various reasons, but in that case wouldn't they have reshot the scene as it was originally, and in the same local ( continuity would be required I should think). as I said I hope I'm wrong, but we the fans were in Kate's words given a gift, eight episodes to say our goodby to a wonderfull show and a stellae cast, I hope we haven't shot ourselves in the foot by not accepting this gift graciously, and leaving it be what it was meant to be, eight shows with a good ending we could feel happy about. Next weeks show will air and we will find out one way or the other. One look at the faces of Kate and Vincent taken on the reshoot day, reflect a deep sense of sadness, and of reflection, we may all feel that way next Sunday.
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I am also puzzled by the reshoot. I hope they don't loose the shot of Rene Balcer in the last scene. I do beg to differ with you on one point. When it was announced last September that they were renewing LOCI and Vincent had decided to return, Jeff Wachtel who is president of original programming at USA said this:
"The plan is for this to be the series finale, but with a Dick Wolf franchise, one really never knows until it's over."
That may not be a ringing endorsement but it certainly indicated there could be a chance. I do appreciate the gift given of these eight episodes. I've enjoyed the heck out of them and thought they were well written and brilliantly acted. But I will not apologize for wanting more. Dick Wolf wants more. Vincent and Katie want more. It's okay for the fans to want more of something they enjoy.
I can't even wrap my head around a scenerio that has USA re-shooting scenes to kill all hope. That is unbelievable to think they could snub the three to four million viewers who have faithfully supported the show this year. They tried to kill the fan base once with the whole Goldblum season and that didn't work. I guess we will see this Sunday. Regardless of how it plays out, I will still be hoping for more Goren and Eames in the future.
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