Rowan Atkinson as Lennie Small
My choice of Rowan Atkinson as Lennie is derived from the similar characteristics that both Mr. Atkinson and Lennie share. I believe Mr. Atkinson would suit perfectly in his role as Lennie due to his versatile nature as an actor. Tom Hanks as George Milton
My choice of Tom Hanks as George is derived from the similar characteristics both Mr. Hanks and George share. He understands controversy and drama and would fit perfectly into George’s role in John Steinbeck’s book. Danny Devito as Candy
My choice of Danny Devito as Candy is derived from the similar characteristics both Mr. Devito and Candy share. He loves animals and will suit perfectly into Candy’s role as the aging old man. Rob Schneider as Curley
My choice of Rob Schneider as Curley is derived from the idea that Mr. Schneider’s role as Curley would accurately portray the character of Curley as insecure, angry, a bully and calculating. Jennifer Aniston as Curley's Wife
My choice of Jennifer Aniston as Curley’s wife is derived from the idea that she would be able to accurately portray the character of Curley’s wife as lonely and vulnerable. Jack Black as the Boss
My choice of Jack Black as the Boss is derived from the idea that he would best portray a fair-minded, big boss guy and would add his own sense of comedy bringing the character of ‘the Boss’ alive. Leonardo Di Caprio as Slim
My choice of Leonardo Di Caprio as Slim is derived from the idea that he would best portray a majestic “prince” of the ranch. His demeanor suitably fits the character of Slim and would be quite different from the other actors and actress. Jim Carrey as Carlson
My choice of Jim Carrey as Carlson is derived from the idea that he would best portray a different interpretation of Carlson. He would also be able to portray an insensitive man who cares mainly about himself.
Eddie Murphy as Crooks
My choice of Eddie Murphy as Crooks is derived from the idea that he would...