RUMOR: Metallo The Villain Of BATMAN VS SUPERMAN
Had enough Batman Vs. Superman news yet? Of course not! Well, the latest is more of a rumor, but it's claiming to know which DC villain that actor Callan Mulvey may portray in the Man of Steel sequel!
In the wake of Fast and the Furious actress Gal Gadot landing the Wonder Woman in Zack Snyder's Man of Steel sequel, there's been quite a handful of news surrounding the production today. Including appearances by several other Justice League members, it's also been reported that the studio is circling Australian actor Callan Mulvey for the movie's villain, whose identity is unknown.
Now according to Think Mcfly Think sources, the role Callan Mulvey is currently being eyed for is none other than Metallo! The supervillain cyborg, whose trademark is his kryptonite power source, has battled both Superman and Batman. Also, he was once a member of the villainous Injustice League against Justice League.
However, the report also claims that Callan Mulvey was once up for the role of Lex Luther, who's been rumored to appear in Batman Vs. Superman for the longest. And as the source speculates, this either indicates that Lex Luther is no longer the villain of Batman Vs. Superman, which could be due to recent script rewrites, or Warner Bros. are considering another actor for that role. Nevertheless, Think Mcfly Think seemingly hit the nail on the head with their Gotham TV series scoop a month before it was confirmed, and they technically were the first to report on Warner Bros. developing a Batman/Superman movie... two years ago. But considering a lot of their scoops have turned out to be only rumors, take this information with the usual grain of salt. But if true, what would you think?
Starring Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Amy Adams, Diane Lane, and Laurence Fishburne, Batman Vs. Superman (currently the working title) is scheduled to hit theaters on July 17, 2015!
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