I can't help but be sad for him taking this part. But I think that is because of the low expectations I have of Breaking Dawn. Ever since the first film let me down like you don't even know I've learned to go in with extremely low expectations so I don't feel like I did when I walked out of watching the first one. Because I was a giant fan. I went to freaking ComicCon for them. I ran my ass off to get in line to the freaking panel, I pushed my way through to get into the meet and greet lottery line, and I so badly wanted to kick some 10 year old girl's ass because I saw she got the damn marked ticket. Then the movie happened, the whole thing blew up and so I stepped back and thought "what the hell?" Now I could really give a crap about the whole thing, well maybe a little, but you know.
I confess I still want to see Breaking Dawn, just because it's the last one and I'm dying to know how the hell they pull off that birthing scene, and because of Robert Pattinson aka
Back to my point of Mr. Lee Pace. I hope his part is good. I can't remember who he is and what his part is in the book because it's been years since I read the books, but he better had been given a worthy part with some worth lines (because we all know how bad the writing is). So my luck goes out to him, but he'll always be Ned, The Piemaker. Man I wish they didn't cancel Pushing Daisies.