The Merchant of Venice
Matt Bomer as Antonio
Matthew Bomer has an impressive and aristocratic bearing. No matter how tall he is, Matthew appears noble and upright. He is very much in control of the image he sends out to others. Bomer is elegant, graceful, and charismatic. He can take the role as a rather lackluster character. He can act as a hopeless depressive man, someone who cannot name the source of his melancholy such as Antonio.
Chace Crawford as Bassanio
Chace has a quick and eclectic mind. He attracts information from all directions, but he can be a bit superficial, skimming over the surface of a wide diversity of subjects. He can get away with it much of the time. Chace has the abilities to play a gentleman of Venice , and a kinsman and dear friend to Antonio, such as Bassanio.
Zooey Deschanel as Nerissa
Intelligence and depth makes Zooey The right person to play the role of nerissa. her tact and wisdom help to diffuse recent trouble in relationship. Zooey's open mind today Portrays Portia’s lady-in-waiting and confidante in the merchant of venice.
Carla Bruni as Portia
Carla radiates reliability and consistency. People trust Carla and feel secure with her judgment. Carla is seen as a cornerstone of a business and is relied upon to do her work efficiently and expertly. She has strength and respectability. Carla can play a quick-witted, wealthy, and beautiful woman, who embodies the virtues that are typical of Shakespeare’s heroines.
Daniel Radcliffe as Gratiano
Daniel seems mysterious and different. People see him as serious and studious. Daniel is highly independent and self-sufficient. His acceptional intelligence and wisdom are quickly noticed, and people respect him. He is not one to attract people on the basis of his warmth or compassion - though he may be loaded with both - but because of his obvious insight into life's mysteries. Daniel has the...
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