MrDonut Presents: 'The Justice League'

A fan cast for DC's premier superhero team

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By MrDonut - 1/30/2013
I’ve always had a habit of imagining what actor/actress should play what comic character/video game character/whatever character, so decided to try my hand properly at casting. Long story short, this is my first cast so it’s not entirely original but I’ve stuck with actors and actresses that feel right, so here’s hoping you guys enjoy.

So, worth mentioning, for the sake of efficiency, my cast is a little bit generic; rather than cast one specific film entry in a franchise I decided to cast of characters I’d expect to be around in the ‘5 year’ window of the New 52, and who will hopefully crop up in DC’s future films.

Also just want to say though, with the eventual Justice League film, I hope it spins out from the world of the upcoming Man of Steel and takes cues from the New 52; , if not it’s not the end of the world but Warner Bros. would be stupid not to cash in on that films (potential) success and from a business standpoint, it’s a great way to sync their products and help synergize them, meaning potentially more moolah for them thanks to a cohesive and rich universe for filmgoers and fans to enjoy; in other words, it’s a win-win scenario.

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Henry Cavil as Kal-El/Clark Kent/Superman


He’s very charismatic, likable, has the look, has the presence, a cool actor and has already been cast. Like I said above, I expect Justice League to carry on from the universe from Man of Steel, so it’s only fitting that Cavil reprises the role. If Warner Bros. opt to go for a different/original cast it wouldn’t be the end of the world, but again like I said, a dumb move, when they could cash in on Cavil’s Superman.

Jack Huston as Bruce Wayne/The Batman


Who’s Jack Huston? Watch Boardwalk Empire. A relative unknown but a rising up and comer and definite great actor. Huston can undoubtedly deliver on the intensity needed for the role, and could bring a nice suave and smooth swagger to the role too. Bottom line is, I think he could bring out the detective/master strategist/intelligent aspect of the character out well and also be the happy medium between Mike Keaton’s take on the character and Chris Bale’s.

Worth mentioning though, as Batman is the black sheep of the Justice League he should act as such; the New 52 seems to be throwing him a bit too much in the spotlight, personally I’d like the Bat to return to the big screen in a more shadowy/urban legend type capacity, especially when operating with the League; he should show up to help and duck out before the public spot him, real ninja shit!

Bridget Regan as Diana/Wonder Woman


Wonder Woman is basically a female Superman (with a bit more of an edge); she’s charismatic and tough, and an icon for many. So, when I hear actresses like Gina Carrano beeing mentioned for the role, I can’t help but face-palm, especially as she (in particular) only just managed to ‘act’ in a fairly generic action film. With Regan, again she’s fairly unknown, but like Cavil is charismatic, likable and too has the look and presence for the role. I think she’s one of the few actresses who could help elevate the character and give her a more credible/feminist appeal and also bring the right balance of grit and light heartedness to the role, as the best way I think the character should be adapted is as a cross between Xena the Warrior Princess and Lady Sif from Thor.

Only thing left to say is, the character needs a good costume. Every time she seems to get valid update, pervy fanboys bitch and moan and she looks like a stripper again. As most of you’d expect, I’d like her to look like the above picture, so a sci-fi type suit but with a Greek mythological influence thrown in; a cross between the above look and Kris Anka’s redesign would be a great look to adapt – Click Here to See

Mike Vogel as Hal Jordan/Green Lantern


There’s fair bit of debate amongst fans as to who should be the next live action Green Lantern, especially with so many characters to choose from. Well, I personally believe in giving the original character their dues before moving on to others (unless the original is extremely shit). So, with that in mind, I think Vogel is the best man for the job. He can do drama and comedy and can even play the loveable asshole role well too; that basically covers all grounds.

Anyway, unlike the New 52, I’d prefer a more drastic change up to the character’s (and other Green Lanterns’) costume; yeah it should be armoured and maintain a uniform-like space cop look, but it needs to also effectively display the ring’s power; Shawn Yap’s redesign would be great place to start – Click Here to See

Jesse Spencer as Barry Allen/The Flash


Who’s Jesse Spencer? Watch House. Like Huston, Spencer is a relative unknown, but his work on that show has allowed him to display his dramatic and comedic skills well, plus he played a similar intelligent character well too. The cherry on the cake just so happens to be that Spencer is a dead ringer for Francis Manapul’s (the current Flash artist) incarnation of the character, so this is definitely one casting choice I’d in particular like to see happen.

Still, whilst I like the New 52 look, I’d again prefer a more drastic change up to the character’s costume; a cross between the New 52 and Ken Lashley’s redesign would really look great on screen – Click Here to See

Phillip Winchester as Orin/Arthur Curry/Aquaman


I’ve never been a big Aquaman fan, and even still find him to be a borderline lame character, but got to give Geoff Johns props for attaining my interest in the character; the New 52 has made Aquaman a bit of a badass, so as such I’ve cast accordingly. Winchester, again is a bit of an unknown, but a very talented actor and someone I think bring the right kind of regal vibe balanced with a more tough and gruff appeal, and just make him come across as more credible hero; his work in Crusoe and Strike Back convinced me so.

Only other thing I’d say is, rather than be a full on member of the League, I prefer the idea of Aquaman being a part-time member, especially as he’s King of Atlantis; the guy can’t be multitasking like that when he’s running the shit!

Lance Reddick as J’onn J’onzz/John Jones/the Martian Manhunter


Tall, imposing, badass and a great actor; it’s not hard to see why Reddick is such a popular choice for the Manhunter. The guy’s one of the most underrated and versatile actors around and could definitely help elevate the character above and beyond comic book fandom, like with Spencer as the Flash, this is one casting decision I would love to see become a reality.

Now, whilst the character isn’t really a Leaguer in the current New 52, I personally like the idea of him being an unofficial ‘recruiter’ of sorts in the eventual film; like he gathers the heroes to fight whatever threat there is, having been silently observing for years- just helps sell on the whole rich and cohesive universe theme a little bit more.

Nate Parker as Victor Stone/Cyborg


Charismatic, versatile, intelligent and very likeable; Parker is a bit of a rare gem, as despite being a shining talent is still unfortunately fairly overlooked, so the reality behind him actually getting the gig is pretty slim, but I’d still love to see him play the part, especially as he’s such a fitting choice for the job.

Aaron Eckhart as Steve Trevor


DC seems adamant in giving the character a larger Phil Coulson-type role in the current DC universe, and that’s something I think could translate well to film too, especially with an actor like Eckhart taking the helm. Whilst he is already associated with DC due to The Dark Knight, I still think such casting could work, as not only is Eckhart a talented, likable and badass actor, but Chris Nolan’s films are finished, so this would be a great place to put a criminally underrated actor like Eckhart in.

Joe Morton as Silas Stone


Morton is one of the best there is, very underrated, very talented and very fitting; watch him in Terminator 2, and you’ll know why I cast him here.

Omari Hardwicke as John Stewart/Green Lantern


I won’t lie, I haven’t seen Hardwicke in much and mainly chose him as he seems to be a popular choice for the role, but after checking out some his stuff in Dark Blue I can see him doing the character justice. He can do drama, comedy and action and looks the part, so as far I’m concerned he’s right for the role.

Ben McKenzie as Guy Gardner/Green Lantern


Some might argue McKenzie comes across a bit too calm for the role, but I think he’d be a good fit especially because of his work on Southland. He can play the tough guy and can keep things fairly light so I’d be willing to see what he could do.

Garret Hedlund as Oliver Queen/Green Arrow


Hedlund is a rising up and comer, whilst some argue he had his ‘big break’ and failed (Tron: Legacy), I thought he did a serviceable job, but with recent roles he’s shown he’s really grown as an actor and can really handle much more weightier material. End of the day, the way I see it, when you get down to basics, his character Sam Flynn from Tron was a much more laid back version of Ollie Queen, so if given a chance, I think Hedlund could do good job as the Emerald Archer and bring a good balance of charm and grit to the character too.

Amber Heard as Dinah Lance/Black Canary


At first glance, most assume Heard is little more than a pretty face, but she’s a pretty talented actress, plus she’s got the look, she’s hot, she’s talented and I can see her working very well with Hedlund, so I think she’d work.

Joel Edgerton as Katar Hol/Carter Hall/Hawkman


Edgerton has quickly become one of my favourite actors. His roles in films like Warrior, Animal Kingdom and Zero Dark Thirty have just won me over and the fact that he can play the intelligent tough guy like a pro is justification in my eyes for him to get the role.

One thing I just want to mention though, with his look, as you guys might be able to guess (from the above pic) I like the New 52 armoured look, but it still seems a little too exposed so would prefer for it to be a little bit more in line with the Young Justice suit – Click Here to See

Shiloh Fernandez as Kyle Rayner/Green Lantern


Fernandez is relatively unknown actor, but I’ve seen him in a bunch of things now and think he could do a serviceable job. He can do drama and comedy and has the look down plus has a ‘Peter Parker’ vibe to him which I think could work for the rookie Lantern.

Michael Fassbender as John Constantine


Fassbender is probably one of the most overused actors in fan casts, but not many of the roles he’s cast in really fit. With Constantine, I think Fassbender is a perfect fit. We all know he’s great actor, but I think he could bring some charm and charisma to the role (sorry Keanu) and cement the idea of Constantine as a likable, badass dick.

Anyway, just thought I’d mention, rather than be a full on Leaguer I’d prefer Constantine and the rest of DC’s supernatural outcasts to have their own team (like the Justice League Dark) and film the ties in to the greater DC universe (I just added them here for the sake of efficieny); hopefully with Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming supernatural hero film he does just that.

Emmy Rossum as Zatanna Zatara


She’s hot and talented and looks the part; need I say more? Whilst some of you may think she’s a bit ‘too sweet’ for the role, Rossum has shown her edge recently with her work in Shameless and prior to that I’ve always thought she was classy, so if she finds a balance between that I think she’d be a great choice for the role.

Jared Leto as Boston Brand/Deadman


Leto is one of the most underrated and transformative actors around, I’m not sure why he doesn’t get more of a spotlight but whatever, he’s a talented individual who can handle both dark and light material so would be a credit to any cast.

Rachel McAdams as Lois Lane


I get in any case Amy Adams would probably return to the role for any sequels/spin offs, but remember this is a fan cast; there is some entitlement to creative liberties here. So, McAdams as Superman’s lady then? What can I say? She’s hot and talented and can play outspoken, feisty and intelligent well, her roles in State of Play and Sherlock Holmes so I think she'd nail the role.

Jamie Bell as Jimmy Olsen


Bell is talented young actor who I think could lend a nice balance of humour and seriousness to this role; I get that he’s something of a ‘leading man,’ but I prefer him in supporting roles so would like to see him take on the gig somewhere down the line.

Robert Patrick as Sam Lane


Patrick is one of those rare actors like Bruce Willis who have a very powerful presence to them without being too big/imposing. To put it simply, for this role that works. He comes off as intelligent and tough and looks like he can kick ass, so why not?

Viola Davis as Amanda Waller


Shout out goes to BigEars for this one!
This roles always been pretty tough to cast for me, but Davis is a very talented actress who I can actually picture as an intelligent badass, so it just seems very fitting to cast her here.

Clancy Brown as Darkseid


First off, Brown was the fucking Kurgan! He’s a badass and one of the most unfairly overlooked actors in Hollywood. Brown is up there with the best of them, he’s one of the finest actors around is famous for his distinctively powerful voice and presence, whilst he voiced Lex Luthor (well) in the past I’ve always liked the idea of him as Darkseid so hope to see him cast here somewhere down the line.

Mark Pellegrino as Graves


Since being introduced to the character in Geoff Johns run on Justice League I couldn’t help but think of Pellegrino’s performance as Nick/Lucifer in Supernatural; it was both tragic yet menacing, and really showcase his talents. Put simply, Pellegrino basically played the part before, and well too, so it seems natural to allow him to ‘reprise’ the role on a larger scale.

Jonny Lee Miller as Lex Luthor


I haven’t actually seen Miller in much, but since his villainous turn as Jordan Chase in Dexter I couldn’t help but think he’d make for a very interesting and different Luthor. Put simply, Miller is clearly a talented actor; he can do intense, intelligent and borderline creepy all very well, so I’d be really interested in seeing what he could do.

Jon Hamm as Maxwell Lord


The way I see it, Maxwell Lord is basically a villainous American James Bond. Hamm basically fits that description (despite not really having done any real villain roles). He’s a cool actor and I think he could flesh out the character well and give fans a cool take on the villain too.

Brad Pitt as Slade Wilson/Deathstroke


Pitt's a very talented actor and a badass. Whilst he may not typically be associate with a role like this I think he'd be the best man for the job, especially given his role in films like Inglorious Basterds and Killing Them Softly. He can play suave and gruff and he's very charismatic and pretty badass too, so put simply, I think Pitt could make Deathstroke an iconic and memorable villain and just really do wonders in the role.

Viggo Mortensen as Ra’s Al Ghul


Shout out goes to UnderDog for this one!
The Prophecy, The Lord of the Rings, A History of Violence and Eastern Promises; all these films best display why Mortesen is perfect for the role (and many others too, but that’s something else). He’s one of the most transformative and talented actors around, and probably the only guy who could surpass Liam Neeson’s epic portray of the leader of the League of Shadows.

Jason Isaacs as Vandal Savage


I found this role a little tough to cast, but think Isaacs is solid fit for it. He can play tough, intelligent, charming, manipulative and suave all very well and is known for playing memorable villains, so why not?

Jason Mamoa as Lobo


The guy played both Khal Drogo and Conan serviceably well. He might not be the greatest actor around, but to be honest Lobo is best known for being a badass who fucks shit up; Mamoa seems like an ideal fit in my eyes.

Ron Perlman as Mongul


Perlman is just a badass and talented actor. He’s been cast numerous times for various similar (if not the same) roles both by fans and in films, but if it ain’t broke don’t fix it. Like Lobo, Mongul doesn’t really need all that much depth, but Perlman is one actor who could definitely deliver on that in spades and even bring some authority and presence to the role too.

Mickey Rourke as Despero


Rourke is put simply a badass actor. Whilst he may not be the first name to come to mind to most of you for this role, I think he'd own especially give his work in Immortals. Whilst not the greatest film, Rourke was a heartless badass there and I think if cast here he could translate those qualities beautifully well to the role and just make for a really great and memorable villain.

Only other thing I want to mention though, with his look, I do like the above look, but I'd prefer him to look a bit more warrior-like; the Young Justice version of the character would be a great place to draw some influence from – Click Here to See

Charles Dance as Helspont


Since I first saw Dance in Last Action Hero as the creepy glassy eyed guy as a kid I knew he was an epic actor, his work in Game of Thrones has done nothing but further cement that idea in my head. Dance can do regal, authoritative, badass, manipulative and intelligent in his sleep so having him in this role would be nothing short of epic.

Michael Wincott as Nekron


Once again, shout out goes to BigEars!
I’ve seen Wincott in a bunch of things over the years, but the main reason why I think he’d be good for the job is both due to his memorable voice and his role as Top Dollar in The Crow. His performance there just speaks for itself.

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So, that’s my ideal cast for the eventual Justice League film. I hope you enjoyed checking it out, and if you did look out for my Superman cast!
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tasman71 - 1/30/2013, 2:17 AM
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Hellsing - 1/30/2013, 3:40 AM
I think this is an awesome cast, any cast that has Jack Huston as Batman in it gets my approval right away. But I do have a problem with two of your choices. You see Kyle Rayner is one of my favourite DC characters and Fernande frankly hasn't done anything that impressive since his stint on Jericho. So I am not exactly a 100% behind that choice.

Fassbenders [frick]ing awesome so don't take this the wrong way he just doesn't fit Constantine, I'm sure he would be pretty good in the role but Paul Bettany just seems to fit better in my head that is. Plus awesome suggestions for the costumes the characters should have. Any ways keep up the good job.
MrBlueSky - 1/30/2013, 3:54 AM
Hooray!! A cast that has effort put into it! Great job! My favorites have to be your picks for Aquaman (who's also my pick), Martian Manhunter, Deadman, and Constantine. Awesome job!! Anyway, what are you working on next?

And can you check out my Cowboy Bebop cast?
MrNiklander - 1/30/2013, 4:06 AM
Yes finally a JL fan cast without Fassbender as Batman[Man you oout him as John Constantine HELL TO THE [frick]ING YEAH] YOU GET THIS FOR THIS INSANE CAST NOW SEND IT TO WB
redhood2710 - 1/30/2013, 5:20 AM
I like your Green Arrow,Lobo and Hawkman picks.Good cast!
M3T4LL0 - 1/30/2013, 6:08 AM
Who in the hell is Chris Bales?? Lol I think you meant Chris Nolan I just had to call ya on that. You got a good fan cast going on here. A lot of original choices and I really like your pick for Batman. I watch boardwalk Empire and I can see exactly what you're talking about.
M3T4LL0 - 1/30/2013, 6:15 AM
And I must have skipped over it but your choice for The Flash is PERFECT! I did a fan cast a while back for JL and Barry Allen was the hardest to nail and you got it dead on. The guy looks the part big time. Great job!
789 - 1/30/2013, 6:20 AM
Very nice cast I love your Batman, Lex Luthor, Constantine and Wonder woman.

Sorry, but your Green Lantern and Flash are quite unusual.
I would go with Chris Pine and Shawn ashmore.

Others are nice.

Check up FAN CAST: The Avengers by 789.
RoadDogXXIV - 1/30/2013, 10:37 AM
I don't see much of a problem with this cast. You got a couple good ones (Emmy Rossum's already proven to be a great actress with the most intelligent voice I've heard on an actress, so I wouldn't mind seeing her in any role), some iffy ones (I haven't gotten into Southland to see if Ben McKenzie can impress me as Guy Gardner; Mike Vogel should probably play Wally West instead of Hal Jordan), but you did pretty good. Sorry about this lame comment, because I'm not too familiarized with DC Comics. But you got the right idea on the ones I'm most familiar with (i.e. Bridget Regan).

How about you check out some of my fancasts if you want.

- Deadpool
- Spider-Man
- Titan AE
- Daredevil
- Guardians of the Galaxy
TheFirstAvenger97 - 1/30/2013, 11:27 AM
Nice cast!
Kakarot - 1/30/2013, 11:46 AM
Absolutely amazing cast! I can't help but think of Vogel for Constantine but Fass would kill the role! Good to see him cast as something different too. Again, I just love this cast.
SuperDude001 - 1/30/2013, 12:05 PM
I like the originality. Love Lee Miller as Lex. Overall brilliant! The only one I actually don't like is Huston as Batman, just doesn't fit to me. Still, fantastic work, well done!
SAT - 1/30/2013, 12:06 PM
This cast is too great for words! As much as I hope RR returns as GL, I think Mike Vogel would do a WONDERful job! Some cast members I've never seen before, but hope burns bright soI'll give them the benefit of the doubt!
MrDonut - 1/30/2013, 12:53 PM
tasman71
Thanks... I guess? Lol...

Hellsing
- Glad to see others get what Im talking about!
- I get what your sayin about Fernandez, but part of my reasoning on casting him came from the new Evil Dead trailers; I do think he's good actor with potential, but that just kinda gave an extra incentive, plus from what I've seen of his work I think he'd just be really good as a naive/young/rookie Green Lantern, especially when compared to Hal and the others, if that makes sense lol...
- I did have a bit of trouble casting Constantine, and originally wanted Tom Hardy, but with him having been Bane so recently I went with my 2nd favourite choice for the gig (Fassy) as he could pull off the character's swagger, but I get what your saying...
- Anyway, thanks for reading and commenting!

MrBlueSky
- Guess Im not the only one who noticed lol...
- Thanks for the praise and for checking the cast man, its really appreciated!
- The next cast Im plannin to do is a continutation of Man of Steel; I want to take a New 52 approach (like I did with this cast) and cast like the 5-7years of Big Blue's career after his debut; hope you can check that when it hits too!
- I don't actually know anything about Cowboy Bebop, but will gladly give your cast a look as soon as can do!

niklander
Lol... Thank you kind sir!

redhood2710
Thanks, I like them too lol :P

M3T4LL0
- Lol... I get Nolan obviously had a fairly big say in the potrayal, but was referring more to the actor than the director lol...
- Still, its great to see someone get's what Im sayin about Huston; in my eyes, he needs to be Batman, he even looks like uncannily similar to the Batman: Earth One version of the character!
- Cheers for that! Was actually pretty tough to cast, but Im very proud of it lol :D
- Anyway, thanks for checking the cast man, look out for my Superman cast (am working on it atm)!
- Btw, lovin the gif lol; John C Reilly really knows how to do 'retarded awe' well lol...

789
- Thanks, always good to hear nice things!
- Lol... No worries, I opted to go differently than the usual names that are tossed around, but am proud of the choices nonetheless :D
- Will check the cast as soon can do man!

RoadDogXXIV
- Thank you, its nice to hear (read?) such praise lol; actually quite an ego boost :P
- Guy Gardner was a bit of a tough choice for me to cast admittedly, but overall McKenzie seemed to be the best overall actor for the role; still speaking of McKenzie, you should defo check out Southland; it's not the greatest show around, but its pretty gritty and entertainin!
- Lol no need to worry about your comment; tbh, I only know as much as I do about DC because of the New 52 and what I remember of the old 90's toons and bit of Young Justice, otherwise my focus mainly sticks with Batman, Spider-Man and what little gems there were of the Ultimate Marvel line...
- Anyway, I'll defo check out some of your casts; not familiar with all of them, but will check the ones I am!

thefirstavenger97
Thanks!

Kakarot
- Thank you! Big time appreciation coming your way lol!
- Vogel would be interestin as Constantine, but I opted to go with a UK actor this time round, especialyl since an American actor played him last time, plus Vogel's performances just make me think Hal more lol...

SuperDude001
- Thanks; I actually borrowed a couple of choices so am surprised to be commended on that lol...
- Yeah, his gig on Dexter really sold me on him as Baldilocks lol...
- Thats understandable, but if you haven't already, you should check out some his work on Boardwalk Empire; its what really sold me on him rocking the cowl!
- Anyway, thanks for checking the cast man, really means a lot :D

SAT
Thanks buddy!
AshleyWilliams - 1/30/2013, 3:25 PM
I love the cast but I would switch Batman Constantine.
Superman8 - 1/30/2013, 5:29 PM
Nice GL choices.

Never seen your Batman choice in a fancast before, way to be original.

McAdams as Lois Lane is too good to be true.

Not too familiar with your Aquaman choice, but just by the looks of him he seems a bit old.


I like all of your villain choices except Luthor.

Good work.
TheManWithBigEars - 1/30/2013, 5:53 PM
Awesome, very awesome!
Thanks 4 the shout out, really means a lot! It's nice 2 c my 'influence' has reached u; those images were made on PowerPoint right lol? Ignoring that lol... Great work, a lot of ur choices r very original n good; Huston as Batman n Fassbender as Constantine really shine out 2 me!
I look forward 2 seeing more from u!
DumbledoreCalrissian - 1/30/2013, 7:36 PM
John Hamn is perfect casting
thumbs up!!!
DDD - 1/31/2013, 1:52 AM
Very ORIGINAL cast!

A couple are a little off but it's hard to complain
with a Casting that has MICHAEL FASSBENDER as JOHN
CONSTANTINE.

For the most part this is very fitting and in total-part
very classy!

JACK HUSTON is of the JOHN HUSTON/ANGELICA HUSTON CLAN.
He's already immensely good altho' he may be a bit too
young for BRUCE WAYNE. But he's got the persona, that's
for sure! Even tho' he's young I like the idea!

BRIDGET REGAN is the MOST PERFECT PERSON for WONDER WOMAN!
That has always been apparent! People abandoned her because
she drifted into the background but she fits DIANA to the
"T"!

JESSE SPENCER for BARRY ALLEN? RIGHT ON THE MONEY!
He looks like a Police CSI/M.E. but still has a
runner's physique (ripped but slim).

I agree with you about EMMY ROSSUM as ZATANNA completely!

JON HAMM as MAX LORD, this is my favorite here!
YOU HIT THE NAIL RIGHT ON THE HEAD!

WONDERFUL JOB MRDONUT@!

HOLY HOLE IN A DOUGHNUT, BATMAN!!!
MrDonut - 1/31/2013, 1:05 PM
NightAvenger
- Thanks dude!
- Can see what your saying, but Fassbender is a scene stealer, so seemed more appropriate for Constantine, plus he's overused and always felt too villainous to me for Batman...

Superman8
- Last time I checked Winchester is in his early 30's, but either way I kinda like the idea of Aquaman being a little bit older; sort of fits in with him being a King and all...
- I thought a couple would be off my Luthor pick, but I think Miller can bring a borderline creepyness to the role that hasn't been seen before, so he won me over lol...
- But thanks for checking the cast!

BigEars
- Lol... Yep... Guilty as charged... :P
- Yeah, Im pretty proud of those choices tbh :D
- Still, thanks for checking it out; Im planning on dropping a Superman cast somewhere down the line, so look out for that ;)

DumbledoreCalrissian
Cheers dude!

DDD
- Thanks man, that really means a lot :D
- Huston looks pretty young but is actually the same age Bale was when he donned the cowl, so I think he'd still be able to pull of a young Batman that's been around for a couple of years, but as you rightly said yourself he's got good acting genes too, so that helps lol...
- Glad to see someone else think the same way as me about Regan and Spencer
- Cheers for the praise though dude, but just gotta say... 'HOLY HOLE IN A DOUGHNUT, BATMAN!!!' sounds filthy... Like something Robin would say if he walked in on Bruce during his 'alone' time lol :P
HulkinOut - 1/31/2013, 1:47 PM
Hell no. Except for Green Arrow
MrDonut - 1/31/2013, 4:56 PM
HulkinOut
Thanks for commenting, but you really only liked 1 pick? Bit odd...
ager - 1/31/2013, 7:16 PM
As far as acting, Cavil is good, buried love a bigger Superman. I don't know ur Bat pick, and WW isn't one of my top picks. Outside of those these are some outstanding, and mostly, original picks. Brilliant!
ager - 1/31/2013, 7:34 PM
*Not buried. It's supposed to say I'd rather a bigger Superman... Freakin spell check
MrDonut - 2/1/2013, 1:42 PM
ager
- Thanks for sharing your thoughts (better than some people lol)
- Yeah, I used to want a huge looking Superman, but Cavil is reasonably big and cut, and to me his size actually seems logical for meek secret identity, especially when he's wearing a skin-tight suit when fighting crime, etc.
- Huston is admittedly pretty unknown, but I highly recommend Boardwalk Empire; he's pretty great on that!
- Regan as Wonder Woman came to me from watching Legend of the Seeker; she can pull of the action from there, it's not the greatest show, but entertaining enough (you should check her out still) and from interviews, like Cavil is very charismatic and engaging, so was an ideal choice for me :D
- But again thanks for checking the cast; would love to hear some of your picks or even check your Justice League cast (if you got one); always cool to bounce around ideas ;)
DDD - 2/2/2013, 5:10 AM
MRDONUT@, ROBIN said that to BATMAN on the old 60's
ADAM WEST BATMAN TV SERIES after JOKER attacked a
doughnut shoppe.

lmao
MrDonut - 5/4/2013, 5:03 PM
DDD
Lol... Before my time...

Ace40003000
Lol, thanks bud!
RandyPan - 10/2/2013, 12:38 AM
I have an even better choice for Vandal Savage: Eric Bana! The picture you chose even looks like Eric Bana!

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