The REAL Reason The Original V Was Fired


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The REAL Reason The Original V Was Fired



Is V For Vendetta the greatest comic adaptation of all time? Check out our other channel to get in on the debate!

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  1. I really don't get what you mean here ? Risks ? I have read the book many times and watch the movie at least dozen times. to be sure both in term of Comic and Movies are wonderfully great. Hugo Weaving gave what no one could give to the V's character and the script written so well that I could've not agreed more. the leading role you mentioned wasn't a leading role as you see he was inadequate. but the lines and the way the created it cinematically was immaculate.

  2. so hollywood screwed the writter and disrespected him,damn hollywood have some standerts wil ya.
    would have been desent of hollywood to just give the movie a diffirent name and change enuf so it turns into a diffirent thing,but i gues making money and exploiting populer stuf is there god.

  3. Lot of comments so if this was already stated, apologies. I’ve read numerous times back then that Purefoy quit due to being in the mask too much. Never heard he was fired.

  4. This video is 100% false. As a member of the crew who worked on this film, the original V (James Purefoy) left the movie because he could not stand to play a character where he could not express his facial actions as an actor. He complained about this process everyday on the film until he finally ended up quitting. James Purefoy was NOT fired, he left on his own. At that point Hugo Weaving was called and as a favor dropped what he was doing and came in to play V. This is fact and not fiction. LOOK IT UP!

  5. The v for vendetta graphic novel is taught in college and universities in Lit courses so it can be considered one of the greatest graphic novels ever printed and ask for everybody who disagrees with me go bounce on your Daddy's lap you haven't paid your rent for next month.