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Check out which celebs we think would make the best castaways in the movie remake.

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We asked who you thought should be cast in the Gilligan's Island movie, and you came up with some interesting suggestions. Check out our gallery of the top vote-getters to play your favorite castaways!
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Bob Denver captured our hearts as the scrawny, simpleton first mate of the S.S. Minnow.
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Possible Casting #1: Ashton Kutcher

Remember Kelso on That '70s Show? Kutcher knows from dim-witted.
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Possible Casting #2: Topher Grace

Grace plays "lovable" and "blithering idiot" equally well.
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Possible Casting #3: Justin Long

Resemblance aside, Long also has comedy chops.
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Mary Ann

Dawn Wells' sweet smile and pigtails made Mary Ann the perfect counter to the vampy and sensuous Ginger.
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Possible Casting #1: Anne Hathaway

Hathaway has starred in The Princess Diaries and Ella the Enchanted. How's that for wholesome?
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Possible Casting #2: Mila Kunis

She's got the look. Plus: She'd fulfill your mission to get at least one That '70s Show alum cast in this thing.
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The Skipper

Alan Hale Jr. played the barrel-chested ship's captain who became the castaway's de facto leader. And if there was one thing he had no tolerance for, it was his Little Buddy's ineptitude.
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Possible Casting #1: Philip Seymour Hoffman

Hoffman's a funny guy (see: Along Came Polly). Plus, he has the physical body type.
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Possible Casting #2: John Goodman

Goodman can do blustery with his eyes closed — and he'd totally rock the skipper hat.
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Possible Casting #3: Kevin James

For a snarkier take on the Skipper, he'd be great.
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The Professor

Russell Johnson was the trusty, level-headed Professor who could make anything out of coconuts and bamboo.
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Possible Casting #1: Simon Baker

If The Mentalist's Patrick Jane can size you up based on how you cross your legs, then he can certainly make a radio out of river rocks and mangoes.
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Possible Casting #2: Laurence Fishburne

The man plays Dr. Raymond Langston on CSI. You can't get much smarter than that.
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Thurston Howell III ("The Millionaire")

Jim Backus rocked an ascot and perfected a lockjaw to play the resident rich guy.
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Possible Casting #1: Donald Trump

Who better to play a pretentious old man than a pretentious old man?
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Possible Casting #2: Steve Martin

He's game for anything when the goal is comedy. (See: the Pink Panther remakes)
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Lovey Howell ("His Wife")

Natalie Schafer made grande dame Mrs. Howell both likable and maternal.
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Possible Casting #1: Goldie Hawn

She basically already played the same character in Overboard.
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Possible Casting #2: Christine Baranski

She just looks like old money, no?
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Ginger ("The Movie Star")

Tina Louise exemplified old Hollywood glamour. Granted, we never really understood why Ginger packed so many evening gowns for a "three-hour tour," but she always looked sensational.
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Possible Casting #1: Scarlett Johansson

Her fair skin, full lips and beauty mark give her a distinct Marilyn Monroe vibe.
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Possible Casting #2: Christina Hendricks

Her curvy figure and 1960s Mad Men wardrobe reek of old Hollywood.