Yeah, there was this one hilarious moment where Quinn Fabray in Glee said, in Season 3 episode Hold Onto Sixteen, where she says about holding onto 17, I think, like she was.
My Dad, while watching this with me, 'You ain't no 17, honey!' Ahhh, was lethal, tho'!
I think the trouble there was, cast grand, to start with. Young enough looking, or were young, but with every episode, or Season, they kept getting older, as in Harry Potter, but the idea that they're meant to be this specific age when they're clearly not, just doesn't work after a while.
Like, sure, was it not handier, sequels or not, that Peter and Susan didn't have to come back for The Voyage Of The Dawn Treader - even though they did? Or, whatever about The Silver Chair or future Narnia films, no more need for Edmund, or Lucy, and those actors to pretend to be ages they're not. And, by how much. Only questions there, for me, is whether Will Poulter, of Son Of Rambow, The Maze Runner etc, would come back as Eustace, or better to recast, etc?
Is Aiden Gillen in Queer as Folk much so far - or at all? He's Baelish Littlefinger, a mustached schemer in Kings' Landing, in Game of Thrones.