No, Bryan Singer is gay as they come. He wouldn't have cast her based on looks, and the idea that people get cast based on sex is a myth - outside of small indies that struggle to attract talent, there's absolutely no reason to offer someone who can't act a job just because they fucked you.
Because you're married to them - that's actually fairly rare but a lot more common than the casting couch myth coming true.
It's not that people don't fuck the pretty young things, you understand, it's that there's no jobs handed out on the basis of it.>>93428103>too ayy lmao
Because she's got the redhead gene; she's not a natural ginger, but she's got the gene.
Makes them all bug eyed.>>93428307>their mentality
People are cast based on how well-known they are (as determined by Q scores taken from public canvassing, and by viewership/box office receipts of things they've been in).
Game of Thrones is huge; I think it was the most-pirated show worldwide at one point, it sells a lot of merch, has prop tours that are well attended. It's basically soft porn but who cares? It sells.
And because it sells, the people in it are in demand. All of them. She just happened to get the Jean role (probably because they didn't realize she's not really a redhead, which means she can at least look the part).>>93427963
Because they've probably signed her for, based on what we know of the First Class cast, three pictures. If they re-cast, they have to pay her off and she gets residuals from the movie anyway, just like if she'd been in it in the same role; if they don't use her character, she's getting paid anyway (but no residuals). It's the Billy Dee Williams/Harvey Dent thing all over again. He still gets checks for the Schumacher movie Tommy Lee Jones was in.
The choice is; reboot everything (and re-cast everyone, not just her), dump her but pay her anyway, or put her in and hope her speech coach can get her accent to improve. Of the choices, the last is preferable.