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Stanley Tucci is staunchly against reprising one of his memorable roles. While promoting his new series "Citadel" in an 18 April interview with "Entertainment Tonight," Tucci revealed that he initially had serious doubts about playing serial killer George Harvey in the 2009 film "The Lovely Bones."
"[It] was horrible," Tucci said of the role. "It's a wonderful movie, but it was a tough experience. Simply because of the role." He went on to say that he even tried to back out after he'd been cast. "I asked [director] Peter Jackson why he cast me in that role," he recalled. "I tried to get out of playing the role, which is crazy because I needed a job. But I was like, 'Why do you want me?' And he said, 'Because you're funny.' And I thought, 'OK.' But I understand what he was saying. I think what he meant was that I wouldn't be too — not that I wouldn't be serious about it, but that I wouldn't be overly dramatic about it. That I would throw it away a bit. Which is what you have to do when you're playing somebody who's that awful, right?" He added: "You can't play into it. Then, you know, it's over. Like, the movie's over. You just have to play against it."