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The Main Man's Movie: 10 Actors Who Could Play Lobo in the DCEU
News has broke that the fan favorite intergalactic mercenary Lobo is set to have his own solo movie directed by Michael Bay, and loyal followers of the DC Universe couldn't be more ecstatic. Lobo isn't just one of the most powerful characters in DC Comics lore, he's one of the funniest and most insane, and that could make for a movie that rivals the likes of Deadpool. No matter how good or bad the movie will be, the fact remains that you need the right person to bring Lobo to life, and I think I have a few choices that might fit the bill.
The Doctor Is in: 10 Actors Who Could Play Morbius in the Upcoming Sony Film
It seems that Sony is creating their own film universe with all of the Spider-Man villains they still own, including Morbius, the Living Vampire. While he's an obscure villain, Sony apparently thinks he's well-known enough to give him his own feature film, and let him join the likes of Venom and Kraven the Hunter in what I would assume to be a connected universe. Even though very few people know who this character is, the right actor is still required for the role, and I have a few ideas on who could don the fangs of Morbius.
10 Actors and Actresses Who Could Play Lex Luthor and Lois Lane in 'Metropolis'
DC Comics has recently announced their latest addition for their exclusive streaming service in the form of a Superman prequel, and much like Fox's Gotham, it won't focus on the hero in question. Instead, Metropolis is set to focus on Lex Luthor and and Lois Lane in sort of an X-Files buddy cop scenario, meaning that Lex isn't completely evil yet. We don't know a lot of the details yet, but we know that these characters need to be cast, and I have a few suggestions on the matter.
'Black Panther': Was the Hype Actually Real?
I just recently braved the theatres to go see Black Panther, and I was not surprised by the hordes of people scrambling to get their tickets. This film has been critically acclaimed by websites like Rotten Tomatoes, who named Black Panther the greatest movie of all time, and audiences alike. However, after my viewing, I can't help but to be disappointed. Don't get me wrong, this was a good movie, but was it that good? I think that it was completely overhyped, and I would like to touch on a few key points that I think should be discussed.
I Love It When a Plan Comes Together: Fan Casting the A-Team Reboot
In 1972, a crack commando unit was sent to prison by a military court for a crime they didn't commit. These men promptly escaped from a maximum security stockade to the Los Angeles underground. Today, still wanted by the government, they survive as soldiers of fortune. If you have a problem, if no one else can help, and if you can find them, maybe you can hire... the A-Team.
The Outsiders Reboot: Why It Needs to Happen and Who Should Be in It
Why It Needs to Happen: One thing everyone can agree on is that The Outsiders is one of the greatest books of all time, and has influenced teenagers everywhere. The movie, however, was one of the worst things I've ever laid eyes on. Yes, there is an all-star cast of future legends in this movie, but it had terrible writing and did not go by the book enough. I feel as if the movie had potential, but not at the time it was made. Modern day, however, is the perfect time for an Outsiders movie, and we have some of the most talented young actors to be in it. Let's take a look now of what the cast could be like...
10 Actors Who Could Play Agent 47 Better Than Timothy Olyphant or Rupert Friend
The other day I went to go see [Hitman: Agent 47](tag:593267) in the theaters, expecting much more than was delivered. Everyone remembers Timothy Olyphant's terrible movie Hitman, and I honestly felt that Rupert Friend didn't do much better. While neither of these men are bad actors, I just felt like they didn't channel the video game character to their full potential, and they weren't big enough stars to make us overlook their bad performances, blinded by star power. In our modern society, video game movies are finally starting to get A-listers invested in the films, so it would not be too far fetched to see a big star take on Hitman. I mean, Michael Fassbender is doing [Assassin's Creed](tag:437814), Karl Urban and The Rock did Doom, Mark Whalberg and Mila Kunis did Max Payne, and we saw the lovely and talented Zachary Quinto give the best and most evil performance in the newest Hitman movie. Why can't we see a big star finally play Agent 47? Well, I'm going to mainly focus on this ideal in my post, and I hope you agree with most of my choices.
5 Actors Who Could Bring Green Lantern to the CW!
Hal Jordan has been heavily hinted at all throughout both The Flash and Arrow, but most recently we actually saw proof of his existence. We saw a man wearing a flight jacket with "Jordan" on it in a bar with Oliver Queen in a flashback. Now that we know for a fact he exists, it's only logical we actually see him on one of the CW shows. Since there's a heavy chance we'll see him, I would like to suggest five actors who could bring this role to the TV screen, and I hope you enjoy!
10 Actors Who Could Play The Question in DC and Kevin Smith's (Possible) Movie
Actor, writer, director, producer (Jack of all trades), Kevin Smith has recently stated that he would love to direct a movie following The Question, and with the birth of the darker themed DCEU, this is completely possible. Since all there is for DC to do is say yes and cast the character, I decided to give them a jump start and suggest ten actors I would love to see as this noir, crime detective.
5 Actors Who Could Bring Blue Beetle to Arrow on the CW!
After seeing a major Easter egg referring to Ted Kord recently, it's only logical that we'll see him eventually. Because of this, I'd like to suggest a few actors who could play the character, and I hope you enjoy!
Batman Begins Again — Fan Casting 'Batman: Year One' for the DCEU
Batman: Year One has long been a favorite of DC comics fans. The comic explains the origins of Batman in a much more interesting way than we have thus far seen in movies such as Batman Begins. We have already been introduced to an older Batman in the DCEU, and so it would not be out of the question for someone to create a solo Batman movie with a much younger cast. In fact, I think that this could be an interesting direction for a potential film. It would be fun to see two different actors play the caped crusader at the same time, and such a film could steer the DCEU in a different direction, especially after Ben Affleck's solo movie. Here are my top picks for who should be cast.
I'm Back Baby: Fan Casting a Live-Action 'Futurama' Movie
Futurama, the fan favorite TV show from the creators of The Simpsons, has built up a huge fan base over the years. Just like The Simpsons, this show has broken barriers and appealed to anyone and everyone. In my opinion, this show ended entirely too early, and a live-action movie could be the perfect way to end the legacy of this animated TV staple. However, in order to do that, you would need the perfect cast ensemble. Here are my suggestions for such an ensemble.