Justice League Origins FANCAST
A Justice League fancast based on the new 52...
Okay my first effort at doing a JLA fancast wasn't up to my satisfaction and it was just mediocre at best. I've decided to change my story and just use the new 52 origins as my plot. I've decide to keep my music,writing, and cinematographer the same as it was before. As for the cast i wanted to give several options for each Hero.
Batman is pursuing one of Darkseid's Parademons across the rooftops of Gotham, while the Gotham police pursue and fire upon both of them from helicopters. Batman blinds the police in the helicopters with smoke bombs, then stops the Parademon and is attempting to interrogate it when it lets out a burst of flame, forcing Batman to release it. As Batman and the Parademon face off again, Green Lantern interrupts the fight by slamming a fire-engine construct into the Parademon. The Gotham police continue firing on Batman, Green Lantern, and the Parademon, but their fire is blocked by Green Lantern's shield constructs. As Batman and Green Lantern talk, the Parademon recovers and destroys the police helicopters, but Green Lantern creates bat constructs which hold up the helicopters and prevent the heroes from getting injured. As they follow the Parademon into the streets of Gotham, Batman suggests that Green Lantern return to Coast City, since "Gotham's mine. Coast City is yours." Green Lantern responds by saying that the entire space sector is his and he was alerted to an "unauthorized extraterrestrial presence" in Gotham.
Batman and Green Lantern move underground in pursuit of the Parademon. Green Lantern asks Batman whether he has any powers. Batman replies "No.", to which Green Lantern replies, "Hold on a second, you're not just some guy in a bat costume, are you? Are you freaking kidding me?!". Batman then holds up Green Lantern's power ring and asks him how it works, upsetting Green Lantern who asks if Batman would really want to pick a fight with someone who can create anything he can think of. Batman says that he'd be worried if he thought Green Lantern could think.
Batman then points out the Parademon attaching a Father Box to a sewer wall. With a shout of "For Darkseid!", the Parademon blows itself up, attempting to kill Batman and Green Lantern in the blast, but Green Lantern creates a (literal) safe construct to save them. When Green Lantern attempts to scan the box, the ring can't identify it, which Green Lantern says is impossible since the Guardians know everything. Batman says the box looks like some kind of "alien computer", and the two agree to go to Metropolis to ask the known extra-terrestrial Superman about it.
Meanwhile, at a high school football game, wide receiver Vic Stone impresses several college recruits. After the game, the scouts all want to talk to Vic. In the meantime, a despondent Vic is on the phone telling his father (or his father's voicemail) that his coach won't let the scouts talk to him without his dad there, and that they won the game (not that his dad would ask). After he hangs up, Vic, along with most of the team, runs outside to excited shouts as Batman and Green Lantern fly overhead in a jet construct. One of his teammates asks Vic if his dad studies super-humans, and he says that while he does, he never talks to him about them.
After landing in Metropolis, Batman criticizes the jet construct as being too visible while he and Green Lantern look for Superman. Green Lantern's ring leads them right to him, at which point Green Lantern encases Batman in a cage construct and tells him that he can also handle it. A moment later, Superman, using super-speed, knocks Green Lantern through the cage construct and into a pair of parked cars, apparently knocking him unconscious. As Batman begins to rise up from the ground, Superman looks at him and says "I don't handle easy. So...what can you do?"
At the crime lab of the Central City Police Department, Barry Allen is arguing with Director Singh because the latter ordered him to leave a case. The reason is because their chief wants them all working on the "Flash case": They must find out everything about the vigilante named "the Flash", including his secret identity. Of course, the CCPD is unaware that Barry Allen is the Flash. Back at the fight between Superman and Batman, the Man of Steel points out that Batman's utility belt is empty, leaving him without any means of defense against him, as nothing Batman used so far on him has worked. Superman charges against Batman and crushes him against a wall. He then starts interrogating the Dark Knight, demanding to know where the mysterious boxes that have been appearing over the last few days come from and what are they for.
Green Lantern gets up while people run away from him and gets ready for a second chance against Superman. While the latter is choking Batman, Green Lantern attacks Superman, while Batman tries to stop them both. Lantern captures Superman in chains made by his ring, but Superman points out the absurdity of doing so and easily frees himself by breaking them. He then starts attacking both Green Lantern and Batman, constantly punching Green Lantern's constructs.
After Lantern creates a shield construct to protect himself and Batman, he gets the idea of calling a friend who may be faster than Superman: Barry Allen, the Flash. Barry gets surprised by the fact that Hal is with Batman and is fighting Superman. At first Barry refuses to help Hal, since the last time Green Lantern and the Flash were seen together they destroyed the Museum of Natural History while stopping Gorilla Grodd. Since the situation against Superman is getting critical with Lantern's shield giving way, Barry is convinced to help Hal, gets on his Flash costume and starts attacking Superman. At first he only teases him by easily avoiding his attacks, until Superman manages to hit him.
Batman quickly intervenes and stops the fight, explaining to Superman that they had nothing to do with the invading Parademons, and Green Lantern and him were also attacked by them. While Batman explains that the reason why they looked for him was because he was also an alien and could better explain the nature of the boxes and the Parademons, the Flash starts cleaning up and repairing the site of the fight, but they get interrupted by the forces of the government, so they quickly go into hiding in the sewers, convincing Superman to go with them.
Meanwhile, in Detroit, at the S.T.A.R. Labs Super-Human study center, Silas Stone and his team are studying the mysterious box from Superman's battle earlier that morning. While doing so, Silas gets informed of the arrival of his son Victor, to which he reacts frustratingly annoyed. Victor explains to his annoyed father that he has great chances of lots of full scholarships. His father answers that he is already paying him his school, so he doesn't need a scholarship. While Victor tries to explain to his father how important sports are to him, Silas points out how pointless is to take interest in sports in a world full of super-humans that have abilities over the finest of regular humans, thus rendering any effort to be a great sportsman obsolete. Victor then wants to confirm whether his father really isn't going to come to one of his games, to which his father confirms.
Meanwhile, the four heroes have hidden themselves at an abandoned printing press, the only safe place Superman knows at Metropolis. Green Lantern suggests to Flash that they better get rid of Batman and Superman, because they would only be a burden. Flash refuses because they need someone to help them figure out the nature of the boxes. While they are examining the box, both their own and the box at S.T.A.R. Labs start reacting strangely, opening a Boom Tube that teleports a swarm of Parademons in both places and start tearing Victor apart.
In Washington D.C., military personnel, including Colonel Steve Trevor, are observing TV reports of crowds protesting against Wonder Woman because she is a pagan, and because she, like the other super-powered humans, is perceived as dangerous. Apparently, Diana had previously been with them at their office in the Pentagon, and Trevor asks where she has gone. He is told that she was watching the TV news; and when she spotted a report about a winged monster terrorizing people in downtown D.C., she took off. Efforts to detain her were futile because of her raw power.
Wonder Woman is walking in D.C. as a crowd gathers and gapes at her. The crowd remains silent out of fear, until a young girl seems unafraid and introduces herself. Wonder Woman and her new friend enjoy an ice-cream break together. Steve Trevor arrives and tries to talk Diana into returning with him to the Pentagon. Diana resists, saying that she wants to fight the forces of darkness that are lurking nearby.Suddenly they are startled to see one of Darkseid's minions, making the same pinging sound as before. Several of the aliens swoop down to attack Wonder Woman. Diana is pleased that the battle has come to her, and beams with excitement.
At S.T.A.R. Labs in Detroit, the winged monsters are terrorizing the workers. One of the monsters snatches and abducts Professor Ivo. Dr. Silas Stone is cradling his son Vic, who was seriously hurt in the explosion and appears to be near death. Dr. Stone defiantly says that he once watched his wife die, and will not let his son die too.
In Metropolis, at the site of the abandoned Daily Planet printing press, we see lots and lots of the winged monsters causing more terror. We are told that portals are opening up across the world; and that the armies of demons are pouring out through the portals. Someone exclaims that this is "judgment day". Superman, Batman, Flash, and Green Lantern are fighting the monsters; but there are now so many of them. Flash, listening to radio broadcasts in his earpiece as he battles, indicates that the attacks are happening all over the world, and that the populace is blaming the super-heroes.
The heroes talk as they fight. Batman and Green Lantern continue to bicker. Flash is surprised to hear that Batman has no powers. Batman wants to step back and regroup because there are just too many of the monsters. He prefers having a strategy instead of just using brute force. Superman is having good success fighting many of the baddies at once, using a nearby 18-wheeler truck as a weapon to pulverize the monsters.
Back in Detroit, we follow Dr. Stone and his co-workers as they enter a secure medical room at S.T.A.R. Labs, carrying Victor as they go. Dr. Stone implores his son to hang on.
Green Lantern is amazed to see Superman swing an 18-wheeler "like a baseball bat". Superman and Batman observe that the winged monsters are abducting many people now; carrying them away rather than hurting them. Batman wonders what their motive is. Several of the monsters chant "For Darkseid" like before. As the nascent Justice League continues to battle the creatures, Wonder Woman joins the battle. She shouts "Back to Hades" as she barrels into the swarm of monsters, swinging her sword. The other heroes are impressed with her display of strength and fighting prowess. They seem to be impressed by her beauty as well.
In Detroit, Vic Stone, barely alive, goes into cardiac arrest as his father works feverishly to save him using experimental technology. As they activate nanites to help with the integration of the new bio-technology, Vic starts spouting binary code. Subsequently, we hear a message from Vic's machinery indicating that he is now online.
Wonder Woman explains that she followed the winged monsters, which led her to the other super-heroes. She saw their battle in progress, and decided to help. The winged monsters are circling above a body of water, and then start again making the pinging sounds, which usually indicates that an explosion or other dramatic event is imminent. A waterspout appears rather explosively, and then a large and mysterious object emerges from the ocean. The object appears to be a conveyance of some kind, like a spaceship or watercraft. But it may be something else entirely. The heroes wonder aloud what it is.
Suddenly Aquaman rises from the water, saying the monsters and their giant mysterious object were visible in the water as well. Aquaman wants to know which one of the heroes is in charge; and suggests that he would be a good choice.
Kneeling on the floor of the Red Room in S.T.A.R. Labs Detroit, Vic Stone screams in agony as promethium courses through his body, replacing his damaged tissue. As the alien horde batters at the doors, Stone staggers to his feet. The nanotechnology in his body interfaces with the Red Room’s computers, downloading tech files and operating systems designed for defense by such minds as William Magnus, Anthony Ivo, and Ryan Choi.
The aliens break through the Red Room’s blast doors, and Stone’s newly downloaded systems kick in. His left hand transforms into a white noise cannon, blasting the aliens as they enter the room.His transformation is complete. He is no longer human. He is Cyborg. Terrified by what his father has done to him, Cyborg flees into the city.
In Metropolis, Aquaman introduces himself to the gathered super-heroes. Just as on the surface, the aliens have opened an inter-dimensional portal under water, allowing their invasion force to fly forth. As King of Atlantis, Aquaman assumes a leadership role and begins issuing orders to the others.
Green Lantern has different ideas and demands to see a demonstration of Aquaman’s skills. As swarms of alien demons return to press their attack, Aquaman sends out a telepathic signal to the marine life. Great white sharks leap from the waters and devour the demons mid-flight. The one that reaches land survives just long enough to be impaled on Aquaman’s trident.
Suddenly, the sky is filled with Air Force helicopters, which rain gunfire upon demon and super-human alike. Capt. Trevor orders his gunner to hold her fire, but his order is countermanded. The world has declared war on all non-humans, including those coming to Earth’s defense.
In Detroit, Cyborg battles the demons alone. Once again, the nanotechnology in his body finds a computer system to interface with. This time, however, it’s the demon’s. Suddenly their entire battle plan is made clear to him. They spread throughout the cosmos, traveling from world to world. They harvest organic materials, harvest the population, and re-purpose them “for Darkseid.”
When it is done, Cyborg is transported to the source of the signal. He is transported to Metropolis.He arrives mere moments before the leader of the demon horde, the evil god: Darkseid!
The heroes are recovering from the violent explosion caused by Darkseid upon his arrival in the last issue. Flash is the first to regain consciousness, and is horrified to see Darkseid destroy a military jet and its passenger with his Omega Beam. Superman awakes next, and Darkseid targets the two of them with another Omega Beam. Flash grabs Superman and begins to carry him to safety at super-speed, urging him to move it. When the heroes split up, the twin beams split up also, each beam targeting one of the heroes. As an evasive maneuver, Flash vibrates and passes through one of the demon-bots, causing the beam to destroy that robot instead of the Scarlet Speedster. As Flash catches his breath after this exhausting but successful maneuver, he looks up to see that Superman is not quite so lucky. Taking the full brunt of the Omega Beam, Superman is knocked out, although not destroyed; and is seen being carried away by one of the winged demon-bots.
The other heroes are regaining consciousness now, as Flash shares the horrible news that Superman has been abducted. The heroes discuss interrogating Darkseid to find out why Superman was taken. Green Lantern springs into action and attacks Darkseid. His constructs are not effective against the god of Apokolips; but GL courageously keeps trying even while being on the receiving end of several vicious blows from Darkseid. When Green Lantern shows his determination to continue the battle, Darkseid lifts Hal by his right forearm and applies crushing force, causing the arm to break in a couple of places. Darkseid sends him flying with another punch, and then walks away as Hal struggles to recover and persist against all odds.
Batman attempts to deter Green Lantern from going up against Darkseid in his badly injured condition. Batman wants to gather the rest of the team and form a strategy. He criticizes Green Lantern for wanting to carry on the fight with a broken arm. In response, Green Lantern fashions a movable cast with his ring, and says he is prepared to die if necessary.
Batman continues to ask Green Lantern why he is driven to press on in this futile attack. Batman implies that he understands Green Lantern well because they are very much alike. After Green Lantern rejects this notion, Batman pulls a very surprising maneuver. He removes his mask, introduces himself as Bruce Wayne, and tells a short version of his origin; explaining that he was driven to train for a life of fighting crime after witnessing the brutal death of his parents at the hand of a mugger when Bruce was ten years old. Bruce asks Hal to regroup with the other heroes, keep them alive, and keep Darkseid busy until Batman returns. When Green Lantern asks where he is going, Batman responds that he is going to rescue Superman.
Batman stands in the open in plain sight with his arms outstretched in an apparently submissive gesture. It does not take long for one of the flying demon-bots to swoop down and carry Batman away.
Green Lantern does regroup with the other heroes, and helps pull them out of the rubble. He shares his plan, that they should go as a group and follow Darkseid, who was last seen heading into the city on foot. Green Lantern explains that the heroes should stay out of sight for the moment. When they find Darkseid, Green Lantern will act as a distraction to lure him out, so that the other heroes can attack. This was precisely the plan proposed by Aquaman last issue. Green Lantern gives Cyborg the option to stay behind, since he has not yet officially declared himself as a superhero. But Vic is eager to join the battle. The heroes head towards the heart of Metropolis, to meet up with Darkseid.
We follow Batman as he is carried to another portal created by a Boom Tube. As Batman steps through, he finds himself in an unlikely place; peering out over a hellish landscape. It appears that Batman has been transported to Darkseid's home world, Apokolips.
In the middle of the parademon assault, a writer named David is trying to save his family, wishing for some help. His prayer is seemingly answered by a set of green fireworks on the horizon. The fireworks are part of the Justice League's plan to fight Darkseid.
On Apokilips, Bruce Wayne sneaks through the building he is in, finding a pair of superbeings discussing the invasion of the Multiverse in search of Darkseid's daughter, who was apparently kidnapped. The superbeings have Superman tied down before them, and they plan to clone him as part of the next generation of parademons.
As the invasion of Metropolis rages around them, writer David Graves and his family scramble for safety. He’ll later write of this day, “I thought there was going to be no tomorrow. I thought my family and I were going to die. Then I saw them. And I saw tomorrow.” In a coordinated assault, Green Lantern, Flash, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, and Cyborg engage the God of Evil, Darkseid. Binding him in the Lasso of Truth, Wonder Woman demands to know why Darkseid has invaded Earth. His only answer is: “For her.”
Cyborg picks up signals from the aliens’ cube-like computers, known as Mother Boxes. They create a network of “boom tubes” to countless worlds, and through them Cyborg can see that just like Earth, they are burning. And through one of those boom tubes he sees Batman.
On Darkseid’s world, Apokolips, Batman draws closer to the torture rooms of a creature called Desaad, Darkseid’s chief interrogator. Under the supervision of Steppenwolf, Darkseid’s general, Desaad sets about the task of transforming the captive Kryptonian into a new breed of soldier, designed for the task of locating Darkseid’s daughter. And he has taken no small amount of pleasure in devising new torments up to the task of breaking Superman.
The battle continues on Earth. Wonder Woman takes Darkseid head on, using her bracers to deflect his Omega beams, driving her sword into his left eye. As Darkseid recovers from her staggering assault, Aquaman spears his right eye with his trident, blinding the dark god and disabling his deadliest weapon. Still, it is not enough to end the threat.
Cyborg devises a different strategy. His systems are capable of activating their Mother Boxes, and he thinks he can send them back where they came from. Boom tubes open all over the world, sending the Apokoliptian horde tumbling across dimensions back to their own. Even Darkseid finds himself inexorably drawn into the vortex, though he resists with all his might.
Batman takes advantage of the confusion and frees Superman from Desaad’s clutches. The Man of Steel is clearly haunted by what he saw, visions of an entire multiverse of death and torment. He doesn't have long to recover, however. His strength is needed again.
Coming around, he drives Darkseid through the portal and back to his dark world. The others rejoin the fray, but it’s still not enough. Cyborg needs to close the boom tubes, but he doesn't feel strong enough. It takes everything he has to send a signal through the entire network, frying every last Mother Box on Earth and sending the demonic horde back to Apokolips. As he fades from this reality, Darkseid swears he will return.
The smoke clears. The threat has been eliminated. And the super-humans, so recently seen as a threat to the human race, are heralded as heroes.
In the days to come, the seven heroes of Metropolis are honored by the President of the United States of America. The world sees them as a team of friends with legendary super-powers. In reality, their disparate missions clash nearly as much as their strong personalities do. However, they are bound by a sense of duty, and when the reception is interrupted by another supernatural threat, they come together to defend their world once again.
Eventually, Graves finishes his book, recording their early histories, their war against Darkseid, their battle with Starro. “I heard someone call them the world’s greatest super-humans. But they’re not that. Every civilization throughout history has had higher beings they aspire to. They are beings of great power and morality. Beings to help us strive for better. They make me believe in tomorrow. For us, our families and the rest of the world. They’re the world’s greatest super-heroes.”
In London, a man with the shadow of a devil meets a man with glowing blue eyes. They discuss the fact that since the Justice League started, similar beings have become active: Green Arrow, Hawkman, Zatanna. The second man muses that if these are super heroes, then people like himself would be called super villains.
Steven Spielberg : This one is a fanboys wet dream if Spielberg ever decided to do comic book movie. The father of the summer blockbuster, Spielberg's films have covered many themes and genres. Spielberg's early science-fiction and adventure films were seen as archetypes of modern Hollywood blockbuster filmmaking. In later years, his films began addressing issues such as the Holocaust, the Transatlantic slave trade, war, and terrorism. He is considered one of the most popular and influential filmmakers in the history of cinema. He's a oscar winning director who has no problem handling big budget films and a giant cast.
Zack Snyder : Best known for action/science fiction films. After making his feature film debut with the 2004 remake Dawn of the Dead, he gained wide recognition with the 2007 box office hit 300, adapted from writer-artist Frank Miller's Dark Horse Comics miniseries of the same name, and later went on to direct the 2009 superhero film Watchmen, an adaptation of the comic book of the same name.
Brad Bird : An amazing director who did one of the biggest flims of 2011 with Mission Impossible : Ghost Protocol. He's also directed one of the best Pixar film ever in The Incredibles which was an amazing fun story. He's also directing Disney's upcoming film Tommorowland. I think he would be an ideal choice for this movie he knows how to do extreme action as seen in Mission Impossible and he also understands how to make fun summer blockbusters. He also understands how to make a superhero film work due to his previous experience and expertise with The Incredibles.
Geoff Johns : Is one of my all time favorite writers ever he will write the initial treatment for the story. Since he's actually writing for the current comic book his experience and expertise will definitely help the film a lot. He would also act a consultant and executive producer for the film.
David Goyer : Is an amazing screenwriter and comic book writer with years of experience in the business. He will write the screenplay for the film due to his previous work with the amazing The Dark Knight trilogy and the upcoming Man Of Steel which looks to be another hit.
John Williams : For me a movie this epic and huge their's only one guy who can do it, and it's John Williams. An American composer, conductor and pianist. In a career spanning over six decades, he has composed some of the most recognizable film scores in cinematic history, including the Star Wars saga, Jaws, Superman, the Indiana Jones films, E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, Home Alone and its sequel, Jurassic Park, Schindler's List, Saving Private Ryan, and the Harry Potter films. Williams has won five Academy Awards, four Golden Globe Awards, seven British Academy Film Awards, and 21 Grammy Awards. With 48 Academy Award nominations, Williams is the second most nominated person, after Walt Disney. I would hope it comes out sounding close to the Justice League TV show.
Claudio Miranda : Is an amazing Chilean cinematographic best known for his work as the director of photography on David Fincher's film The Curious Case of Benjamin. His films are visually and beautifully stunning. For a huge film like this you need it to look beautiful and amazing. His work in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and Tron: Legacy is quite amazing. I've yet to see Life of Pi, but it looks likes he's getting another oscar nomination that film looks so amazingly beautiful.
Character Bio : Superman, also known as the Man of Steel, is one of the most powerful superheroes in the DC Universe. Born as Kal-El on the dying planet Krypton, his parents Jor-El and Lara sent him in a rocket to the planet Earth where he would be the last surviving member of his race. His rocket was discovered by the kindly Jonathan and Martha Kent, who raised him as their son Clark Kent in the town of Smallville, Kansas. His upbringing provided him with strong moral values, and life-long friends Lana Lang and Pete Ross. In his secret identity he works as a reporter at the Daily Planet in the city of Metropolis.
1)Henry Cavill : (Age: 29/Height: 6' 1") He's already playing him in this summer's Man Of Steel. I haven't really seen him in anything besides Immortals which i enjoyed him in. The guy has the look, the cheek bones, the perfect physique, and he's actually a really good actor. When your watching the new trailer's for Man of Steel you look at him and you feel like your actually watching Superman fly.
Matt Bomer : (Age: 35/Height: 6' 0") A great actor who currently stars on USA's hit show White Collar. He has the right look and the simple boy charm that Clark processes. He almost played Superman before in the now debunked Brett Ratner project Superman Flyby back in 2005. He might be to small to play the Man Of Steel so he's gonna have to definitely hit the gym hard to bulk up for the role.
Joe Manganiello : (Age: 35/Height: 6' 5") He's best known for starring in Magic Mike and currently starring on HBO's True Blood as Alcide Herveaux. Of all my choices to play Superman he's definitely the most physically intimidating. He was one of the top contenders to play Superman in this summers Man Of Steel, but lost out too a hectic schedule.His take on the character could be a very fun and interesting one.
Character Bio : Batman is the superhero protector of Gotham City, a man dressed like a bat who fights against evil and strikes terror into the hearts of criminals everywhere. In his secret identity he is Bruce Wayne, billionaire industrialist and notorious playboy. Although he has no superhuman powers, he is one of the world's smartest men and greatest fighters. His physical prowess and technical ingenuity make him an incredibly dangerous opponent. He is also a founding member of the Justice League.
1)James Wolk : (Age: 27/Height: 6' 4") I wanted to cast a relatively unknown for the role and someone original, and I thought he was perfect for Bruce. He's best known for his work in Political Animals, You Again, and Shameless. He has the right look and charm that Bruce Wayne processes, and also the physical stature to be Batman. Definitely a good up in coming actor evident by his performance on Political Animals.
Jake Gyllenhaal : (Age: 32/Height: 6' 0") He's probably best known for his work in Source Code, Donnie Darko, Love and Other Drugs, and Brokeback Mountain. I think he would make a very cool and original Bruce Wayne. His work in Prince of Persia has me convinced he would have no problem bulking up for the role. He's a great actor with tremendous range who doesn't get enough credit.
Andrew Lincoln : (Age: 39/Height: 5' 10") I know, he doesn't look like the Batman type on first glance, but honestly, Lincoln is one of the best actors currently working on television and his Officer Rick Grimes on AMC’s The Walking Dead has me wholly convinced that he has what it takes to don the cape and cowl. The confidence and leadership he exudes on The Walking Dead is perfect hero material. He might be too old and short to play him , but so was Michael Keaton when they did Batman.
Character Bio : Wonder Woman is an Amazon warrior princess and one of the most powerful characters in the DC Universe. The daughter of Hippolyta, she was given power by the Gods to fight against evil in all its forms. Although she was raised entirely by women on the island of Themyscira, she was sent as an ambassador to the world of man, spreading their idealistic message of strength and love. Wonder Woman now resides in Washington, D.C., where she fights crime and acts as a positive role model for women everywhere. Her equipment includes the Lasso of Truth and her magic gauntlets.
1)Phoebe Tonkin :(Age: 23/Height: 5' 10") She might be too young to play Diana right now, but Justice League won't start filming for another couple years. She's a very beautiful and talented and up a coming actress who has the right height and physique to play Wonder Woman. She's best known for starring on the CW's Secret Circle and she currently star's on the networks The Vampire Diaries.
Julia Voth : (Age: 27/Height: 5' 8") Read this name the other day on here and i came across the Project: S.E.R.A. video online. I think she's stunningly beautiful, talented, and has the perfect jawline and height to play Diana in a movie. Hasn't really starred in any movies besides Bitch Slap and the aforementioned Project: S.E.R.A. A role like Wonder Woman can open a lot of doors and make a big star out of her.
Gemma Artenton : (Age: 27/Height: 5' 7") Not really a original choice here ,but she definitely has the right look and the acting ability to play Wonder Woman. She currently can be seen in Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters with Jeremy Renner. I have yet to see it so i don't know if she's was any good. She's best known for her work in Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time , Clash of the Titans, and for playing bond girl Strawberry Fields in Quantum of Solace.
Gina Carano : (Age: 30/Height: 5' 8") Also not really a original choice here ,but who cares. She's a former professional fighter turned actress she gave a surprisingly good performance in Steven Soderbergh's Haywire. She also has a starring role in this summer's Fast and the Furious 6. Her fight scenes in Haywire were really good and she has me totally convinced she can the physicality that comes with playing Wonder Woman.
Tanit Phoenix : (Age: 28/Height: 5' 9") This one is a long shot she's a very beautiful talent ,but still a very inexperienced actress. With more work under her belt she can developed to be a decent all around actress. I first came across her watching Death Race 2 and Death Race: Inferno on Netflix and i thought she would be perfect to play Wonder Woman. She has the right height,physique, and exotic look to play Princess Diana.
Character Bio : Green Lantern is a superhero and an intergalactic police officer in the DC Universe. The weapon he wields is a power ring that translates his ideas into green energy using the strength of his willpower. He is a member of the Green Lantern Corps, an organization created by the Guardians of the Universe that has established thousands of members distributed throughout each space sector.
1)Chris Pine : (Age: 32/Height: 6' 1") I originally had him as Steve Trevor, but changed my mind and thought he be more suited as Green Lantern. He's a one of the best young actors currently in Hollywood right now. Was amazing as Kirk in Star Trek and Smokin' Aces. A lot of people have him playing Flash, but I believe he will be a great choice for Hal. His take on Kirk would be great for Green Lantern.
Bradley Cooper : (Age: 38/Height: 6' 1") I originally had him playing The Flash, but changed my mind and thought he be more suited as Green Lantern. He's a great young actor who's probably best known for starting in the A-Team ,those Hangover movies, and Limetless, but his work in Silver Linings Playbook was truly a great performance. I also think he just play's the funny cocky a-hole really good.
Ryan Reynolds : (Age: 36/Height: 6' 2") I have no problems if they decide to use Ryan Reynolds again. Like most fans i don't blame him for the crapfest that is called Green Lantern. He's a very charming guy and a great all around actor. Since he's all ready a very funny smart ass he's would be perfect for Hal again. The way the movie is set up Green Lantern will be the comedy relief of the group a role in which i think he can be very successful at.
Character Bio : Barry Allen is the fastest man alive known as The Flash. In his secret identity he is a police officer working in Central City as a forensics specialist. Barry's running generates the Speed Force, an enigmatic source of energy that all other speedsters tap into throughout time. There is an ever-present danger that as fast as he runs, he might lose himself as he approaches speeds closer to light.
1)Ryan Gosling : (Age: 32/Height: 6' 1") The guy is a fan favorite to play every character that has ever existed in the history of comics. He's a fantastic actor who was amazing in The Ides of March and hilarious as hell in Crazy, Stupid, Love, but for me the movie the put him over the top was Drive a really fantastic film that's need to be seen by everyone. He has tremendous range and depth as an actor. He looks the part and has the ability to bring out Barry's simple Midwestern charm to life.
Patrick Wilson : (Age: 39/Height: 6' 1") My honest opinion Scott Wilson was born to play The Flash everything he does exudes The Flash. He's a terrific actor with tremendous range and ability. He gave a really amazing performance in Hard Candy and was terrific in Little Children. He's probably best known for his work in Watchmen, The A-Team, Insidious, and for starring on the now cancelled CBS show A Gifted Man.
Scott Porter : (Age: 33/Height: 6' 0") Not really a original choice here he's been a fan favorite to play Barry Allen for years now. Best known for his work in Hart of Dixie, Friday Night Lights, and Speed Racer. He's a great underrated actor who doesn't get enough credit. His work on Friday Night Lights as paralyzed quarterback Jason Street was quite amazing and that's a huge reason why i chose him to play Barry.
Character Bio : Aquaman also known as Arthur Curry and Orin, is a superhero and the ruler of the seven seas. As the king of Atlantis and other undersea territories, he technically controls most of the planet. His abilities include super-strength, durability, super-speed, staying underwater indefinitely, and telepathy, which he uses to communicate with sea-life. His aquatic nature means he requires water regularly at the risk of dehydration, although he is perfectly capable of staying on land for extended periods.
1)Armie Hammer : (Age: 26/Height: 6' 5") He's a popular name around this site. He's probably best known for his work in Mirror Mirror, J. Edgar, The Social Network. He's also has the lead role in Disney's upcoming The Lone Ranger. I think he's probably a good one or two films from making it big. I think he resembles Aquaman a great deal and his imposing figure would be a terrific contrast to the rest of the group.
Alex Pettyfer : (Age: 22/Height: 5' 11") He might be too young for the role ,but of all my choices he's the one who closely resembles Aquaman. He's a young up in comer with great potential of hitting it big in the next couple of years. Terrific young actor with tremendous range and ability. He's probably best known for his work in Magic Mike, I Am Number Four, Beastly, and In Time.
Alexander Skarsgård : (Age: 36/Height: 6' 4") He's really not a original choice ,but he really is perfect to play Aquaman in a movie. Has the Scandinavian background going for him in this movie. He's a underrated actor who hasn't really broken out yet to audiences. He currently stars on HBO's hit show True Blood as Eric the vampire. His know work include Battleship, Generation Kill, and Straw Dogs.
Character Bio : Also known as Victor Stone, is a superhero who is half man and half machine. His body was destroyed in a tragic accident, but he was saved through experimental technology; his body parts have been replaced with a large arsenal of high-tech gadgets and weaponry, while constantly providing life support. Stone struggles with his humanity as a machine, although his advancements have made him an unstoppable powerhouse.
1)John Boyega : (Age: 20/Height: 5' ?") Is a British actor, best known for playing Moses in the 2011 science fiction hit film Attack the Block. The kid looks like a young Denzel i think he would make a perfect Cyborg in a movie. He's a talented young actor who just getting starred in the business and with a bright future ahead of him.
Michael B. Jordan : (Age: 25/Height: 6' 1")He's a young great underrated actor with a impressive long resume in his career. He has been blowing up these last couple of years due to his break out role in last summer's Chronicle and his great work as quarterback Vince Howard on Friday Night Lights. He's also probably best known for his early work on HBO's The Wire in which he earned great reviews.
Nate Parker : (Age: 33/Height: 5' 9") He has been a fan favorite to play Cyborg for a while now and he's not bad choice at all. Great underrated actor known for doing great dramas who's probably best known for his work in Red Tails, The Secret Life of Bees, The Great Debaters, and Pride. The only thing going against him is he might be too old to play the character.
Darkseid : Darkseid is the ruler of Apokolips and Darkseid's Elite and was a major player in the cosmic war that was the Final Crisis. Unto the hell that is Apokolips came Darkseid, malice personified, a merciless tyrant who demanded unwavering devotion and abject fear from all his subjects. A being of unparalleled strength, Darkseid nevertheless preferred not to sully his gloves with combat unless provoked to action. His eyes emitted the formidable Omega Sanction, ray beams that could disintegrate, teleport, or resurrect depending on the dread lord's wishes.
Michael Ironside : (Age: 62/Height: 5' 10") My take on the character is it should be cgi because their's no way you're gonna find a 8-10 foot actor to physically play him on screen. Michael Ironside should voice Darseid because of his years of experience in voicing the character for the Superman and Justice League cartoons. He has a very commanding voice. That comes across as intimidating and very meticulous which is perfect for Darseid.
Steve Trevor : Steve Trevor is a USAF pilot, and romantic interest to Wonder Woman. During a routine mission, he crash-landed and accidentally discovered the island of Themyscira, home of the Amazons.
Scott Speedman : (Age: 37/Height: 5' 11") Love this guy he's an amazing actors with years of experience. I first came across him in Underworld and he truly was amazing in it. He recently just stared in the canceled show Last Resort on ABC.
Silas Stone : He is currently an employee of S.T.A.R. Labs and the emotionally distant father of Victor Stone. After Victor is injured by an exploding Father Box, his father uses experimental technology he had developed to save his son's life.
Harry Lennix : (Age: 48/Height: 6' 4") He's a underated great actor who's been in the business for a while now. I chose him because i think he resembles Silas Stone a great deal. Best known for his work in Ray, Dollhouse, and starring in the last two Matrix films.
Sarah Charles : She graduated from Marion High School in Bloomfield Hills Marion at the age of 15. As a result of projects and papers like her study on Cyberware and it's potential emotional impact on society, she has won several awards and is now an important part of overseeing Project Red Room.
Morena Baccarin : (Age: 33/Height: 5' 7") Probably best known for currently starring on Homeland where she's quite amazing in and cult favorite Firefly. Shes a very gorgeous and talented actress who has the right look for the role.
DeSaad : Desaad is a New God of Apokolips. Having been a loyal servant to Darkseid for many years, he acts as chief scientist and torturer. His sadistic nature makes him take great pleasure in the pain he causes. This makes him dangerous and deadly, although he maintains a sniveling and subservient attitude towards his master. He is a member of Darkseid's Elite.
Steve Buscemi : (Age: 55/Height: 5' 9") The star of Boardwalk Empire is currently one of the best actors on TV. He's known for starring in great dramas like Fargo and Reservoir Dogs. He has a very long impressive resume and he looks the part.
Steppenwolf : As one of the New Gods, Steppenwolf (which is German for "Wolf of the Steppe," or coyote) is the brother of Heggra, and the uncle of Uxas (Darkseid). He is also a member of Darkseid's Elite. He leads the military of Apokolips and also rides a hover bike.
Édgar Ramírez : (Age: 35/Height: 5' 10") He's a great Venezuelan actor who doesn't get enough credit. I think he plays bad people really well his work in Carlos was quite terrific and amazing. He's best known for his work in the recent Zero Dark Thirty, Wrath of the Titans, and The Bourne Ultimatum.
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