GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY FAN-CAST
Here is my fan-cast for Marvel's next upcoming movie
I have casted all characters that have appeared in the Guardians of The Galaxy 2008 comic series.
THE GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY
Alexander Skarsgård as Adam Warlock/Magus
Originally, Adam Warlock was simply known as Him. He is an artificial being created by the hand of mad scientists, The Enclave, in a scientific complex called The Beehive. Which was born from a cocoon. The goal of his creators was to create the perfect human for their own gain. After the Fantastic Four would eventually investigate the creation of Him, the Enclave escaped when the complex was set to self destruct. After Him was born, and seeing how corrupt his creators were, he abandoned them and left for space to gather his thoughts. However he doesn’t get far, as he is caught in an asteroid shower and saved by the being known as Uatu, The Watcher, who sends him back to Earth. On his trials through Earth; Him discovers the Asgardian goddess Sif and wants her to be his mate, which awakens the wrath of Thor, of the God of Thunder, who he passively escapes by creating a cocoon around himself. Him later met the person that changed his life, The High Evolutionary, who gave him his now known name: Adam – for being the first of his kind, Warlock – because men would fear his power, and gave him the Soul gem that would apparently change his life.
After several months, Adam found himself on a desolate planet and figured that he failed to accomplish what the High Evolutionary begged him for. It was then, that he learned about his evil future counterpart, an intergalactic menace known as the Magus, a being who rules a religious empire called “ The Universal Church of Truth”, whose goal is to conquer worlds and offer only two options; convert, or die. Warlock ends up battling the Church with his companions; Pip the Troll and Gamora the deadliest woman in the Universe (and adopted daughter of Thanos of Titan). The Magus manipulated Warlock into a series of actions that would make him become the Magus. Thanos, however, thought otherwise; and helped Warlock regain his former self's consciousness. Adam travels to the future to find himself right before he is taken by the In-Betweener and changed into the Magus. He essentially kills himself. The Magus is thwarted and suddenly just ceases to exist along with the Church. After their victory Adam took off to ponder his existence. While traveling through space he noticed hundreds of stars going out. After realizing that this was not a random doing and that a being called the Star Thief was behind this, Warlock began to enter battle with someone that threatened to undo reality.
Peter Mensah as Drax The Destroyer
The Incredible Hulk
Born in California, Arthur Douglas married Yvette and raised a daughter named Heather (who later became Moondragon). One day, while traveling through the Mojave Desert on their way to Los Angeles, they witnessed a spaceship above. In the spaceship was Thanos, who had been on a mission to survey Earth. To rid any evidence of his existence, Thanos destroyed the car with Douglas family still inside. Mentor, who was monitoring Thano's surveillance of Earth at the time, found out that Heather survived the attack, so he took her back to his planet, Titan. Mentor believed that Thanos had grown too dangerous and that he needed to be stopped so he called upon Kronos to find and seize the consciousness of Arthur Douglas before it was too late.
Kronos and Mentor created a body which had superhuman powers and installed Arthur's spirit in it, in the process creating Drax the Destroyer. All of Arthur's past memories were removed and replaced with the hate and pure desire to kill Thanos. Along with Iron Man, Drax battled Thanos and the Blood Brothers. Thanos fled and for years, Drax chased him and had brief encounters with him but never killed him.
Janina Gavankar as Gamora
The L Word
Having no purpose and wanting to do things for the greater good, Gamora joins the team. At first she is not trusted because of her past, but after risking her life to save the others, she is seen in a different light. While trying to close a fissure located inside a Dyson Sphere (an artificial device that encloses a star and uses it for power), the team decides to stop threats to them by turning off the shield that protects them from the star's immense heat. They plan to teleport out, but are unable to do so. Gamora braves the intense heat in order to turn the shields back on, charring her entire body from head to toe. It took some time for Gamora to heal from this. After the Skrulls are found on Knowhere, the team's base, accusations run high, especially towards Gamora. After they find the Skrulls, it is revealed to all that Starlord had Mantis mildly brainwash them into joining the team. Disgusted, Gamora quits the team and heads off with Adam Warlock. After a short run in with the Universal Church of Truth, Gamora and Adam return to the Guardians in order to help them continue to save the universe. During the War of Kings, the Inhuman King Black Bolt unleashes the Terrigen Bomb, which creates a massive rip in space-time known as the Fault. Warlock is able to stop the tear from expanding, but in doing so he had to overlap the timestream, causing himself to turn into the Magus. Gamora, along with many other Guardians, is killed by the Magus before finally being stopped by Starlord and a Cosmic Cube. But this was a trick and the Magus only faked her death, taking Gamora's soul and remaking her with the Church of Truth's belief energy. As a captive of the Magus, she as subject to the torture of their 'interrogators' in an effort to convert her to the Church's beliefs. For a time, it is believed she was turned to their faith but when the other team members broke free of their captors, she fought alongside them. Needless to say, she was not pleased with her time as a prisoner.
Charlize Theron as Martyr
Phyla-Vell was created when her brother Genis-Vell helped to destroy and then re-create the universe. The alternate universe that was created was one in which the genetic process that was used to create Genis was so successful that his mother chose to also create a daughter.
Phyla is the genetic (albeit cloned) offspring of Elysius of Titan and Captain Marvel of the Kree, just as her brother Genis-Vell was; as such, she is an Eternal/Kree hybrid. She was aged at an accelerated rate and trained by simulators on Titan in most things. She has been shown to have the tendency to come off as cocky and overconfident because of her extensive training.
She was first seen attempting to neutralize her brother when he had gone insane, in effect helping to partly restore his sanity. She then immediately attempted to lay claim to the mantle of Captain Marvel, to which her brother refused. Also during this time she began a romantic relationship with Moondragon, who had recently been in a similar relationship with Marlo Jones , Rick Jones' temporarily estranged wife. Moondragon was greatly hurt by the dissolution of the relationship, but Phyla piqued Moondragon's interest. It was implied that the two took a vacation together. Sometime later she was seen at the trial of Starfox.
Simon Pegg as The Voice of Rocket Raccoon
Shaun Of The Dead
Rocket was approached by his old friend Starlord and asked to become a member of a team that would prevent any more damage to the universe. After helping to contain fissures in space-time, the team still did not have a name. Once they found Major Victory in a block of ice from another reality, he informed them that he was a member of the team called The Guardians of the Galaxy. Soon the team learned that Starlord had asked Mantis to mentally persuade the other members into joining the team. The team split up, and Starlord disappeared. Rocket took it in his own hands to reform the team and lead it himself. After convincing Mantis to become an active member, he also recruited Major Victory, Groot and Bug. After a run in with the Badoon, they were contacted by Starlord, who turned out to be trapped in the Negative Zone.
They successfully rescued Starlord and gained a new team member, Jack Flag. Starlord became the leader once again. Meanwhile, Adam Warlock and Gamora invade the Universal Church of Truth's headquarters, as Adam Warlock wishes to find out more about them, and asks to speak to their captain. Elsewhere, Drax and Quasar begin looking for Cammi, but on their search they talk to a seer who tells them about the oncoming war.
Michael Fassbender as Star-Lord
X-Men: First Class
After Ultron and the Phalanx are defeated, Starlord forms the new Guardians of the Galaxy. The universe was in a very fragile state after the two Annihilation events and fissures in reality were beginning to form and spread. In order to prevent the collapse of the universe he had Mantis telepathically nudge Adam Warlock, Phyla-Vell, Rocket Raccoon, Drax and Gamora into joining his team. This motley crew set up base in the severed head of a Celestial called Knowhere. When Starlord's deception was found out everyone but Mantis quit the team in disgust and sat off on their own quests. Starlord responded to a Kree summons and returned to the Kree homeworld to speak with Ronan. Upon arrival he is shocked to see that they are rebuilding the Phalanx Spire to protect Kree space, he argued with Ronan and then he was thrown into the Negative Zone. He was then forced into helping the newly appointed ruler of the Negative Zone, King Blastaar, into taking over the Superprison 42 so he could gain access to their portal to Earth. Starlord was sent into 42 to convince them to open the door and surrender. Once inside he spoke with the unofficial leaders of 42 and told them not to surrender, but only Jack Flag agreed with him. They tried to stop them but the doors were opened and Blastaar's army was unleashed; after learning of his betrayal Blastaar sent his men to find and kill Starlord. Running for their lives Starlord and Jack Flag located a telepath in 42 to ask the Guardians for help and they were able to escape before being killed by Blastaar.
John Rhys-Davies as The Voice of Groot
Raiders Of The Lost Ark
The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy
Groot Is an alien known by the Kree as a Floral Colossus, though this species was once thought extinct. He was recruited/apprehended by the Howling Commandos, despite his ability to hide in plain site by looking like a tree, because he smells nothing like a tree. He is currently on Hala, as part of a team led by Peter Quill, AKA: Starlord, on a suicide mission to stop a mass-assimilation weapon being developed by the Phalanx Covenant. How Groot got out of SHIELD custody and into Kree space is unknown. Groot is blown up and seemingly killed on this suicide mission, though he is pleased to have this happen as he surveys the situation he's in and deems that it would be a good and honorable death. This is not to be, however, as part of Groot survives and catches up to the rest of his team. The twig-size Groot perches on Rocket Raccoon's shoulder for a time in a bit of turnabout as Groot's shoulder or outstretched hand had been Rocket's preferred gattling gun perch throughout the story up till then. Groot requests moisture and is spat upon by Rocket. Ignoble, but it helped.
Jamie Chung as Mantis
The Hangover Part II
Traveling the stars once more, Mantis is imprisoned by the Kree, and remains so until the malevolent techno-organic Phalanx, under the command of Ultron, begin their conquest of the Kree Empire. Drafted into Star-Lord's commando unit, Mantis quickly proves herself to be an effective member of the team, freeing the others alongside Gabriel Vargas, the current bearer of the Captain Universe power, after they are captured by the Phalanx. As the conflict reaches its climax, Mantis and the rest of the team attempt to destroy the Phalanx's Babel Spire, but the mission goes horribly awry when Vargas is killed and Star-Lord is captured. Working together with the rest of the team, they manage to free their leader and heavily damage the Spire, only for Mantis to be badly wounded by Ultron in the final act of the conflict. Mantis, however, survives her close call with Ultron, and now acts as the therapist and councilor to the new Guardians of the Galaxy team, operating from their base at Knowhere alongside Groot and Cosmo. Mantis has foreseen that the team will be betrayed and killed by one of their own nine months in the future, but resists telling them of this fact, for fear of destabilizing the course of the future.
Billy Crudup as Major Victory
Mission: Impossible III
Vance Astrovik was obsessed with space, so much so that he legally changed his last name to Astro. After becoming a major in the U.S. Air Force, Astro volunteered to be an astronaut for the first long-term interstellar space mission. He was put in suspended animation and sent to the nearest star system, Alpha Centauri. On arrival, he found that humanity had beaten him there, and that the main planet had been settled by humans for centuries. He also found that his metabolism had been damaged by a thousand years in stasis and he could no longer remove his life-support suit. Dazed by the shock of these discoveries, he insisted on carrying out his now-useless mission, and wandered into the wilderness to catalog Centaurian life. When the alien Badoon attacked this world, they wiped out both the human colonists and all but one of the native Centaurians, Yondu. It was at this time that Astro discovered that he could release "brain-blasts" of destructive telekinetic power. Astro and Yondu would become members of the freedom fighters known as the Guardians of the Galaxy, and eventually led a rebellion that drove the Badoon from both the Solar and Centauri systems.
Doug Jones as Bug
Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer
Bug recently was offered a position in the reformed Guardians of the Galaxy. Bug was upset that he was not asked to be on the first roster of the team, and always questioned why he wasn't. On his first mission, the Guardians faced off against the Badoon who were testing weapons on a peaceful planet. When the rest of the original team returned, they split up to try to convince the Inhumans and the Shi'ar to stop their War of Kings. Bug was sent to Hala, where he almost started a battle by insulting Queen Medusa (not necessarily an insult, but it was to her). Things got worse when Phyla took Crystal as a hostage against Starlord's orders. When they returned to Knowhere, they found themselves in between the Inhumans led by Black Bolt and the Shi'ar Imperial Guard. During the battle, the Guardian's captive Starhawk escaped. Starhawk then transported Bug and several others to her timeline. Once there, Starhawk finally convinced them she was not an enemy and that Black Bolt would be the one to create the Fault, a massive rip in space-time that had consumed her time. With their time machine destroyed, the best way to prevent it was to send a message back in time for the others. They were successful, but in doing so allowed the Fault to destroy them. To their surprise, they were not dead but sent adrift in time. The effects of this cause Bug to become younger. After traveling through several alternate futures, they were rescued by Kang the Conqueror, who restored Bug and the others to their normal ages. He sent them back to their own past, just before Adam Warlock would become the Magus. Adam transformed anyway, and much of the team was killed in the process. It was soon revealed that no members had actually died and they were taken captive by the Magus.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Jack Flag
The Dark Knight Rises
Having no where to go and impressed by the fact that in two minutes they were able to fix his broken spine, he stayed on as a member of the team, despite claiming to hate 'cosmic stuff.' He soon found that even an easy day with the Guardians was very complex and demanding. After some botched negotiations with the Inhumans and the Shi'ar to stop the War of Kings, they both attacked Knowhere simultaneously. During the battle, the Guardian's captive Starhawk escaped. She transported Jack and some others to her own timeline. Starhawk had finally learned the truth behind the massive rip in space-time that consumed her reality, only she had to show them for having been wrong so many times. The Fault, as it was known, is caused by Black Bolt during the War of Kings. Unable to travel back to their own time, they send a message to the past. As they prepare for their end when the Fault consumes them, they somehow become adrift in time. This causes Jack to slowly be fading out of existence. With the future Guardians, they use this to their advantage to try to gain access to the lower levels of Avenger's Mansion in order for them to combat the Martians who rule this timeline. It is successful, but before they can use the time machine they slip through time once again. After slipping through several realities, they are saved by time traveler Kang the Conqueror, who restores Jack to his normal self. He sends them back to their own time to stop Adam Warlock from becoming the Magus. Unfortunately, this is not possible and the Magus kills many members of the team. Starlord is forced to kill his friend Adam and the remainder of the team returns to Knowhere, having paid a high price for victory.
Aaron Eckhart as The Voice Of Cosmo The Space Dog
The Dark Knight
Battle: Los Angeles
The Black Dahlia
Cosmo is the head of security of the space station Knowhere. Cosmo has become the liaison to the new Guardians of the Galaxy and assists them in plotting their passport destination and travel to trouble spots in the universe via the Continuum Cortex. Cosmo's loyalty to the team was in doubt after a group of Skrulls infiltrated Knowhere and destroyed the Continuum Cortex. Cosmo was protecting a group of Skrulls and was accused as a traitor by Adam Warlock. Cosmo convinced Adam Warlock to see the truth as he did with Drax and Quasar. Unfortunately things became complicated when Cynosure led the Luminals into Knowhere to kill the Skrulls, forcing Cosmo to protect the same group of Skrulls. Cosmo would have been killed by Cynosure's energy blast if it wasn't for a Skrull who threw himself to take the hit to save Cosmo. Cosmo was enraged and unleashed a telekinetic blast that stunned both the Luminals and Guardians of the Galaxy. Cosmo used this opportunity to explain and apologize for any confusion he had caused.
Angelina Jolie as Moondragon
Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow
Heather Douglas was only a child when the villain Thanos came to Earth, and killed her parents because they witnessed his arrival (her late father would later be turned into Drax the Destroyer). She was found by Mentor, an Eternal of Titan, and was brought to Titan to be raised. Intense study of mental and physical disciplines under the Shao-Lom Monks allowed her to tap into her latent mental powers, making her the equal of a Titan in combat, and superior to most. The cosmic entity known as the Dragon of the Moon secretly played on her arrogance and mentally influenced her, causing her to believe she was a superior being, above morals. Even without the Dragon's influence however Moondragon suffers from a bit of a superiority complex as, while she seems to be on a team more often than not, she is never a popular member and is always talking down to her teammates; which is all a big part of what has made her a fascinating character. Throughout her superhero career, she would repeatedly be involved with Adam Warlock; sometimes loosely and sometimes integrally.
THE UNIVERSAL CHURCH OF TRUTH
Lucy Lawless as Matriarch
Xena: Warrior Princess
The Matriarch is the public face leadership of the Universal Church of Truth; the religion centered around Adam Warlock's evil future self the Magus that sets to conquering the universe in the future. As Magus is treated as a God, The Matriarch is the public leadership of the group that more people would actually get to see as Magus has to hang back to a degree to preserve his mystique. Her lust for power causes her to betray Magus to Adam Warlock in the hopes that she will take over as the Church leader. But the Magus is well aware of this, having once been Adam Warlock himself in the same position. He had placed her as Matriarch because he knew she would betray him, thus completing the circle of his creation. After getting his use out of her, Magus drops her into a deep pit. She dies from injuries sustained from the fall, but not before Warlock discovers her and hears her last confessions.
Sala Baker as Cardinal Raker
The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy
Cardinal Raker is a high ranking member in the Church of Truth. The Cardinals are a cross between religious leaders, and Generals, they also serve as the Elite foot soldiers of the Church, as well as capable assassins. He comes into conflict with the Guardians of the Galaxy, and mainly Adam Warlock, after they work together to stop one of their Templeships from entering a fissure in reality, and returning it. He was ordered to take the other Cardinal's and confront them. Like all other Cardinals, Raker is able to tap into the belief battery. Prayer power of the church's trillion-plus worshipers is harnessed and stored into belief batteries. This allows Raker to do anything if he believes he can. His last battle is on the planet of Orison. The Cardinals, Matriarch and other members of the Church of Truth abduct Moondragon to tear the alien life-form out of her womb. But the Guardians intervene in time to save her. Cardinal Raker tries to protect the Matriarch from Drax , but he drives his dagger through Raker's skull.
Corey Burton as The Voice Of Flensse
Star Wars: The Clone Wars
Batman: Gotham Knight
The Transformers: The Movie
Flensse was the best 'interrogator' of the Universal Church of Truth. Basically, Flensse tortured someone until they converted to their faith. He used a weapon known as a mnemonic flail that stripped memories away from his victims with every stroke. After Magus had imprisoned some members of the Guardians of the Galaxy, he ordered Flensse to convert them. As Flensse lashed Phyla-Vell, she was enraged so much that she broke free of her shackles. She finished his life with her Quantum sword.
Paul Dobson as The Voice Of Jarhead
Fantastic Four: World's Greatest Heroes
Member of the Luminals
Cate Blanchett as Cynosure
The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy
The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button
Member of the Luminals and deputy council of the Xarthian Peace-keeping delegation in Knowhere. Cynosure appeared first as a male character in Nova but in Guardians of the Galaxy, was depicted as a female character. She explain this, stating that the Cynosure mantle is an hereditary title. It's obvious then that the first Cynosure was murdered.
Mark Hildreth as The Voice Of Impact
Wolverine And The X-Men
Member of the Luminals
Andrew Secombe as The Voice Of Brightstorm
Member of the Luminals
Lawrence Makoare as The Voice Of Massdriver
The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy
Die Another Day
Member of the Luminals
Fred Tatasciore as The Voice Of Korda
The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes
Member of the Luminals
Christopher Meloni as Ronan The Accuser
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Green Lantern: First Flight
Long time Supreme Public Accuser and eventual Supremor of the Kree Empire, Ronan is married to Crystal of the Inhumans, the new benefactors and leaders of the Kree. Ronan is a member of the Kree empire aristocracy, a small group of Kree who can trace their ancestry back to the original Kree tribes on their home planet Hala. After Ronan completes his formal education, he is enrolled in the Kree Public Accuser Corps. Ronan responds well to his training, and is constantly promoted. Finally, in an incident on the Kree border , he stops a fleet of Skrull ships from entering the Kree's airspace. For this, he is made Supreme Accuser of the Kree Empire, responsible for enforcing the laws and decrees of the Supreme Intelligence.
Garrett Hedlund as Captain Marvel
On the way to earth, Mar-Vell was ordered to take a small crew and make contact with the missing Grand General Devros on a Brood infested planet. Captain Mar-Vell and Una barely escaped a now Brood infested Devros and the Brood Queen. They were rescued by the Shiar guard led by Deathbird, and re-united with their ship bound for earth. Mar-Vell was given orders to watch the Earth, by his commander Yon-Rogg. During this time Mar-Vell and his ship's medic, Una, fell in love. Yon-Rogg became angered by their love and ordered Mar-Vell to invade The Cape military base in Florida. Yon-Rogg then tried to fire on Mar-Vell but instead killed a bystander named Dr. Walter Lawson. Mar-Vell decided to take Dr. Lawson's name as his secret identity. But Yon-Rogg was not done trying to kill Mar-Vell, as he activated a dormant Kree Sentry in hope to kill him. Mar-Vell defeated Sentry #459 in his Kree Uniform, but during the battle bystanders misunderstood the robot thinking it called him "Captain Marvel", thus a new superhero was born.
Milo Ventimiglia as Genis-Vell
Genis-Vell is the cloned son of Captain Marvel and Elysius. His growth was accelerated and false memories implanted so he would be old enough and mature enough to face his enemies quickly. He was made to believe that he was the son of Starfox. He was given the Nega-Bands of his father and took the name "Legacy," and he voluntarily chose the power, although slightly forced when he and his mother were attacked. It was some time before he gained true understanding of what it meant to be a hero.
Yvonne Strahovski as Ms. Marvel
In the 1960's, Carol Danvers made her comic book debut as a beautiful and highly capable young woman who had managed to overcome gender-typing and excel in challenging military occupations normally dominated by men. She was already an ace fighter pilot, a former officer in the U.S. Air Force, and a former CIA agent when she was hired as the head of security of NASA headquarters at Cape Canaveral. One of Carol's co-workers at NASA was a Dr. Phillip Lawson, who was secretly the alien Kree super-agent named Mar-Vell. When a dormant Kree Sentry robot that NASA had been studying activated and went berserk, Mar-Vell defeated the rampaging robot and saved Carol's life in the process, with the press dubbing the mysterious new superhero " Captain Marvel." Carol became drawn to Mar-Vell and a romance developed between the two. A Kree enemy of Mar-Vell's named Yon-Rogg soon learned of the relationship and kidnapped Carol as bait to lure Mar-Vell into a trap. When Mar-Vell came to the rescue, Yon-Rogg deployed forbidden Kree technology called the Psyche-Magnitron in an attempt to destroy his enemy. During the battle the Psyche-Magnitron, which had the power to turn thoughts into reality, exploded and Captain Marvel shielded Carol from its radiation with his own body, causing Carol to absorb much of his own genetic template. Carol's wish to stand with Mar-Vell as an equal rather than a helpless victim completed the process, and her DNA became a perfect synthesis of Kree and human genes. After Carol recovered from the explosion, she had gained superhuman powers much like those of Captain Marvel and her alter-ego even wore a costume patterned after that of the Kree hero. She became known as Ms. Marvel, and soon established herself as a powerful superhero in her own right.
THE OTHER GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY
Tom Hardy as Charlie-27
The Dark Knight Rises
In the 31st century, Charlie-27 was the descendant of a human subspecies genetically engineered as workers on gas-mining platforms suspended in the atmosphere of Jupiter. When the Solar System is invaded by the Badoon race, Charlie's people were wiped out, and he joined other survivors in the small rebel group which became known as the Guardians of the Galaxy.
James Brolin as Hollywood
The Amityville Horror
The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard
Catch Me If You Can
In the 21st Century, Wonder Man was one of the few heroes to survive the Martian Invasion of Earth known as the War of the Worlds. During a pivotal point of the war, Wonder Man was teleported from Earth by the Vision who concluded that the war had an inevitable outcome. Wonder Man demanded that the Vision send him back but upon his return the heroes lost the war. The Martians had successfully occupied Earth but a resistance movement was formed on Earth by Killraven and his Freemen. At some point after the end of the war, Wonder Man changed his name to Hollywood. After the Martians succumbed to a mysterious illness, they retreated from Earth but centuries later in the 30th Century the Badoon conquered Earth's solar system as well as Earth's surrounding colonies. Earth was eventually freed from Badoon occupation due to the efforts of the Guardians of the Galaxy and the Defenders. At some point, Hollywood joined a resistance group known as the Commandeers.
Toby Stephens as Killraven
Die Another Day
Killraven was born in the alternative Earth-691, sharing his timeline with the Guardians of the Galaxy. While his Earth was attacked by the Martian Masters most of the superheroes removed themselves from the struggle seeing it as impossible to win. As the Masters took over the world, men not used as breeders or collaborators were trained and forced to battle gladiator-style for the Martians' amusement; women were used as breeders to supply infants, eaten by the Martians as a delicacy. It was in the gladiatorial pits that Jonathan Raven earned the name of Killraven.
Mehcad Brooks as Martinex
In The Valley Of Elah
Martinex is from the dwarf planet Pluto, located on the outer edge of the solar system. Circling the sun anywhere from 2.75 to 4.5 billion miles, Pluto has extremely low temperatures. His organic crystalline skin protects him from the high pressures and icy temperatures. Martinex worked as a scientist. Martinex discovered his home planet, Pluto, decimated by an invading force of Badoon soldiers. There were no survivors on Pluto except for Martinex who escaped to transport himself to another planet, Jupiter. He discovered that Jupiter had been conquered by the Badoon as well but Martinex met a Jovian survivor named Charlie-27. After escaping from the Badoon soldiers, they would soon meet other rebels called Vance Astro and Yondu. Martinex and these other survivors founded the Guardians of the Galaxy to fight the oppression of the Badoon.
Rachel Bilson as Nikki
The Last Kiss
Waiting For Forever
Born on Mercury in 2997, Nikki's parents were administrators on a mining colony. Genetically altered so that they could survive on the harsh planet, Nikki inherited their altered genes. When the Badoon attacked her planet Nikki was the only survivor. At the time of the attack, Nikki was just 11 years old, watching the Badoon kill her parents in front of her eyes. Escaping in a spacecraft she lived there for seven years until the Guardians Of The Galaxy found her. During her time alone, she educated herself within her ships library and traveled from planet to planet for food and resources.
Silas Weir Mitchell as Spirit Of Vengeance
The Whole Ten Yards
Flags Of Our Fathers
Wileaydus Autolycus was born on the planet Sarka in the Tilnast System in the 31st Century. He became a priest and religious zealot, embittered toward the Universal Church of Truth. He viewed the Church as oppressive on Sarka and believed it to be a false religion that dominates his true faith. Through unknown circumstances, Autolycus became the Spirit of Vengeance in this era to oppose the Universal Church of Truth. He refers to himself only as the Spirit of Vengeance but not as Ghost Rider. The origins of the Spirit of Vengeance remain a mystery.
Karl Urban as Satrhawk
The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers
Stakar first appeared in " Defenders" vol. 1 #27, where he was a mysterious alien who joined the Defenders and Guardians against the Badoon. He stayed with the Guardians when the teams parted ways. He has since been retconned to the son of the Earth-691 versions of Quasar and Kismet. He is half-human and half of the same artificially created race as Adam Warlock. He was born on planet Vesper but was abducted shortly after birth. He was raised on planet Arcturus IV by adoptive parents and learned much later they were not his biological parents.
Carey Mulligan as Yellowjacket
Never Let Me Go
When Hank Pym had retired as Yellowjacket following his infamous breakdown, Rita DeMara found and stole his former costume and began using it to villainous ends. Yellowjacket rejoins the Masters of Evil during when Doctor Octopus forms a new team believing that while the Avengers are busy with the Infinity War it would be the opportune moment to attack Avengers Mansion. The Masters of Evil are confronted by Guardians of the Galaxy and the Avengers Crew inside the Mansion. Yellowjacket was soon betrayed by her side. Moments later, both teams were overwhelmed by waves of evil alien doppelgängers. Each member of each team had a double and when one was destroyed, yet another would appear. To survive, they had to work together. They fought until the aliens stopped coming, stopped at the source by other super-teams in other dimensions. When Doctor Octopus, desires to continue the fight, his men turn on him, not wanting to hurt those who had helped them. Yellowjacket was left behind and joined the Guardians.
Laz Alonso as Yondu
Miracle At St. Anna
Fast & Furious
Yondu Udonta was a game hunter of the primitive Zatoan tribe of humanoid beings who were native to Centauri IV, the first planet system to be colonized outside of the Sun's solar system; the colonization took place some time during the 29th century. Intimidated by Earth's superior technology, most Alpha Centaurian tribes established peaceful relationships with the settlers. Yondu's tribe, however, migrated from their ancestral forests to the less accessible plains in order to avoid contact with the outworlders. 200 years after the Alpha Centaurians first contact with Earth, a ship bearing Vance Astro (later Major Victory) arrived on Centauri IV, using an antiquated mode of star travel.
Logan Marshall-Green as Black Bolt
Black Bolt was born as Blackagar Boltagon to two of Attilan's top geneticists, Agon, head of the ruling Council of Genetics, and Rynda, director of the Prenatal Care Center. Subjected to the mutagenic Terrigen Mists while still an embryo, Bolt was born with strange powers surpassing even the Inhumans' norm. As an infant, he demonstrated certain energy-manipulative abilities which he could not yet control, particularly that of producing quasi-sonic energy of great destructive potential. To protect the community, he was placed inside a sound-proofed chamber and given an energy-harnessing suit. Agon then tutored his son in how to control his powers, until he was permitted to re-enter society as a young man, having promised to never speak of his powers.
Isla Fisher as Crystal
Confessions Of A Shopaholic
Crystallia Amaquelin (more commonly known as Crystal) is the second child born to the Inhuman couple Quelin and Ambur, and the younger sister of Medusa. Their father Quelin was the brother of Rynda, who was the queen of Inhumans, and therefore Crystal is considered to be a member of the royal family. Like other Inhumans, Crystal was exposed to the Terrigen Mists at a young age, which in her case gave her limited power over the four classical elements of fire, earth, air, and water.
Joe Manganiello as Gorgon
Gorgon is a member of the Royal Family of the Inhumans. As the only son of architect Korath and archivist Milena, his parents were leading citizens of the Inhumans' city-state Attilan. Korath was also brother to Agon, who was the former king of the Inhumans. Gorgon is also a cousin to King Black Bolt and due to this relationship is considered a member of the Royal Family.
The custom among the Inhumans during their teen years is to be exposed to the Terrigen Mists. Gorgon gained increased strength but he underwent a transformation when his feet were transformed to hooves. His hooves were capable of generating highly destructive seismic waves. In his adult years, Gorgon has become Black Bolt's personal bodyguard and is responsible for training Inhuman youths recently exposed to the Terrigen Mists in the use of their newly acquired powers and abilities.
John Malkovich as Karnak
Transformers: Dark Of The Moon
Karnak is a part of the Royal Family of the Inhumans, cousin to Black Bolt. His brother Triton was exposed to the Terrigen Mists as an infant, but his result was him having green scales. Because of this, Karnak's parents begged him not to go on with the procedure. He didn't go ahead with it, instead learning martial arts. Karnak is the second son of an Inhuman priest / philosopher named Mander and an ocean biologist named Azur. They sent their first son, Triton, into the Terrigen Mist when he was an infant, rendering him incapable of functioning outside an aquatic environment. Thus, they pleaded to raise Karnak without Terrgen mutation (Terrigenesis). Karnak was enrolled in his father's religious seminary in the Tower of Wisdom, where he trained in various physical and mental disciplines until he was eighteen years old. Azur died in a mysterious undersea mishap. Mander is still a teacher at the seminary.
Rafe Spall as Maelstrom
Shaun Of The Dead
The creature who would call himself Maelstrom was the son of the Inhuman scientist, Phaeder, who was a scientific rival of then Inhumans king Agon, father of Black Bolt. Phaeder was something of a radical by Inhuman standards, he suggested cloning as a possible means to extend the lifespan of the Inhuman race, and the ruling council, led by Agon, voted to exile Phaeder. Phaeder sensing which way the wind was blowing, secretly cloned himself and murdered the clone to cover his tracks and vanished. Phaeder traveled to a small island in the south Pacific to continue his research in secret. There he discovered a fellow exile, Morga, but this lovely woman was a Deviants. Shunned for her (by Deviant standards) disgusting appearance, she was considered a rare beauty by Phaeder’s Inhuman eyes. Morga shared more in common with Phaeder then either of them knew, a geneticist as well, she added her knowledge to Phaeder’s work. The two eventually fell in love and their union produced a son, Maelstrom.
Jason Schwartzman as Maximus
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
Maximus was born to two geneticists Agon and Rynda. Exposed to Terrigen Mist when he was an infant he didn't show any change in his powers. However, when he grew, his powers developed, but he also developed an anti-social behavior. When he was 16, his brother Black Bolt was released from his protective chamber in which he had been kept in due to his destructive voice. When Black Bolt was released, Maximus attempted to make Black Bolt use his voice, but was unsuccessful. Some time later, Black Bolt witnessed Maximus making a pact with the Kree, who were responsible for altering the Inhuman's DNA. He tried to stop the Kree who was escaping. Black Bolt used his sonic scream and the ship crashed, and killed several members of the Genetics Council. The voice also affected Maximus' sanity and suppressing his powers. When Black Bolt took to the throne, Maximus vowed to throw him off the crown.
Rachel McAdams as Medusa
Medusalith Amaquelin was born to Quelin and Ambur, who were both members of the Inhumans. Quelin was the brother of Rynda, the wife of King Agon. Because of that family connection, Medusalith was considered a member of Attilan's Royal Family. Her parents had elected to expose her to the Terrigen Mists when she was young, which gave her a long, thick head of red hair which she could use like an appurtenance. She became widely known by her shortened name "Medusa," after the woman in Greek mythology who had actual snakes for hair.
THE IMPERIAL GUARD
Emun Elliott as Electron
Game Of Thrones
Electron is a member of the Imperial Guard, a multi-ethnic group of super-powered alien beings who act as enforcers of the laws of the Shi'ar Empire. He was amongst the first of the Imperial Guard encountered by the X-Men who sought to rescue the Princess Lilandra from her insane brother, D‘Ken. Following the orders of their emperor, the Guard clashed with the X-Men and were on the verge of winning when the band of interstellar pirates known as the Starjammers arrived to turn the tide of battle in the X-Men's favor. He would again face the X-Men during a trial by combat in order to decide the fate of Jean Grey who had been corrupted by the Phoenix Force and was now regarded as a galactic threat.
Jason Flemyng as Fang
X-Men: First Class
Clash Of The Titans
The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen
The original Fang was a Shi'ar Imperial Guardsman who betrayed his team to the Brood, only to become the host for a Brood egg, and was consumed in its hatching. After his first battle against Wolverine and the X-Men, Fang reaped Wolverine's suit and then Wolverine uses his suit instead. After that Wolverine starts using his new brown and yellow suit.
Delphine Chanéac as Hussar
The Pink Panther
A longtime member of the royal The Imperial Guard.The Imperial Guard is a legion of superpowered champions who protect and defend the Shi'ar galactic empire. Its members are drawn both from the Shi'ar and other alien races governed by the Shi'ar. The majority of the Imperial Guard's members are known as Borderers. They assist the governors of conquered planets in enforcing the Shi'ar imperial law and also assist in patrolling the respective properties from possible conquest. The Imperial Guardsmen however belong to the elite corps that protects the ruler of the empire, known as the Majestor or Majestrix, and executes his or her orders. Husser would rise through the ranks of the current Imperial Guard often having charge of missions or combat senerios. Her dangerously sharp mind allowed her to go under the wire from faction to faction as the title of Majestor and Majestrix changed over time.
Natalie Dormer as Magique
Captain America: The First Avenger
Game Of Thrones
Under her original Guardsman name of Magic, she was amongst the first of the Imperial Guard encountered by the team of superhuman mutant adventurers known as the X-Men who sought to rescue the Princess-Majestrix Lilandra from her insane brother, then-Majestor D'ken. Following the orders of their emperor, the Guard clashed with the X-Men and were on the verge of winning when the band of interstellar freebooters known as the Starjammers arrived to turn the tide of battle in the X-Men's favor.
Bryan Cranston as Mentor
Mentor processes vast amounts of information at superhuman speeds. He can calculate the weakest spots of any given opponent and focus his attacks on them. He can fly through an anti-gravity device built within his costume. Though not hinted at previous stories, "Uncanny X-Men" #479 (December, 2006) depicts him as several centuries old. A flashback to a centuries-old battle between the founding members of the Imperial Guard and a Phoenix host called Rook'shir was depicted. Gladiator, Magic, Mentor and Quasar are depicted among the founders.
Kevin Nash as Neutron
The Longest Yard
A member of the group The Imperial Guard.
The Imperial Guard is a legion of super powered champions who protect and defend the Shi'ar galactic empire. Its members are drawn both from the Shi'ar and other alien races governed by the Shi'ar. The majority of the Imperial Guard's members are known as Borderers. They assist the governors of conquered planets in enforcing the Shi'ar imperial law.
The Imperial Guardsmen however belong to the elite corps that protects the ruler of the empire, known as the Majestor or Majestrix, and executes his or her orders.
Rose McGowan as Oracle
Conan The Barbarian
The Lady Sybil is a member of the Imperial Guard, a multi-ethnic group of super-powered alien beings who act as enforcers of the laws of the Shi'ar Empire. As Oracle, she was amongst the first of the Imperial Guard encountered by the team of superhuman mutant adventurers known as the X-Men who sought to rescue the Princess-Majestrix Lilandra from her insane brother, then-Majestor D‘Ken. Following the orders of their emperor, the Guard clashed with the X-Men and were on the verge of winning when the band of interstellar freebooters known as the Starjammers arrived to turn the tide of battle in the X-Men's favor.
Rachel Nichols as Scintilla
G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra
Conan The Barbarian
Scintilla is a member of the Shi'ar Imperial Guard and she originally held the politically incorrect codename of Midget. She has served the Shi'ar through all of the leaders and she was one of the very few to survive Vulcans assault upon the Imperial Guard. The original Imperial Guard was created as an analog to DC Comics' Legion of Superheroes and it is assumed that Scintilla was created as a counterpart to Shrinking Violet.
Eric Stoltz as Voyager
The Butterfly Effect
Member of the imperial guard with teleportation powers.
SUPPORTING CHARACTERS / ENEMIES
Hugh Laurie as Mr. Fantastic
Reed Richards was born in Central City, California and the son of Nathaniel and Evelyn Richards. Reed’s father was a brilliant scientific genius and a trait that Reed inherited. Reed excelled in mathematics, physics, and mechanics and was enrolled in college by the age of 14. He went to multiple colleges including Massachusetts Institute of Technology, California Institute of Technology, Harvard University, Columbia University, and Empire State University. While attending EMU he met and became a roommate of Ben Grimm. They became great friends and Reed shared his dream of building a spaceship himself.
LL Cool J as Gauntlet
NCIS: Los Angeles
Deep Blue Sea
Joseph Green is as so far intrinsically linked to the device know as the Gauntlet, a mysterious artifact that is an individual component of a set of alien armor and weaponry that link together. The character's creation concludes and ties into quite a few other characters creation and or significant developments with. The two original alien figures that were fighting until they slaughtered each other simultaneously are still mysterious figures, with one aliens legacy the Tactigon first being bonded to a human girl Violet Lightner, not exactly but similarly to Green's fusion with the Gauntlet. Likewise Violet Lightner's bonding with such a perplexing but powerful and versatile weapon granting her a new role in life as the hero in training Armory, until an incident left her without the Tactigon and the alien weapon without a host. The alien that Joseph Green acquired the Gauntlet from, also left a matching left power glove, that has made its way to Sasha Martin, otherwise known as Southpaw. Its abilities are similar to that of Gauntlet's power glove. Finally the technological alien leg armor of the mysterious unknown alien was bequest to the Grasshopper. All these characters and alien weapons and artifacts created and written under the pen of Dan Slott, with more developments likely to come. Joseph Green did not ask to be Gauntlet, the weapon fused to him, without his input or knowledge that it would be near impossible to remove, but the character has appeared to take it in his side and realize the benefits of the item in enabling him to serve his country as he always strove and desired to do.
Ahmed Best as The Voice Of Gorani
Star Wars: Episodes 1-3
Knowhere's administrative council.
Charles Mesure as Arthur Nagan
Dr. Arthur Nagan was a surgeon famous for successfully transplanting animal organs into foreign species. After an experiment involving a sheep and a dog proved successful, Nagan decided to attempt to transplant gorilla organs into a human being with the aid of a serum he had concocted. Nagan believed that he could get rich by implanting gorilla organs in the elder and set up a base in Africa.
Jared Padalecki as Nova
House Of Wax
Friday The 13th
The Nova Corps is a peace-keeping force that was based on the planet Xandar. The planet was destroyed by the space pirate known as Zorr. When Rhomann Dey, the Nova Prime was dying, he chose at random, Richard Rider to receive his powers and granted him the Nova Force. This was a lot for the teenaged Rider but he started a superhero career with them. Rider would often team-up with Spider-Man and the Fantastic Four. In fact, Rider showed so much potential that Nick Fury recruited him to help Shield against the Yellow Claw. During this time in Rider's life he often fought Condor, Diamondhead, and the Sphinx. At one time Condor and Diamondhead put Rider under a spell and formed The Terrible Trio to fight the Sphinix. Rider even made an alliance with the villains to form The Champions of Xandar. When the Skrull Empire threatened Xandar, Rider and the Champions of Xandar went to give their aid. The Champions would lead forces of the Nova Corps against the Skrulls. The Skrull attack force was eventually defeated with a little help from the Fantastic Four and then from Rom the Spaceknight. Rider longed to return to Earth, so he agreed to give up his portion of the Nova force powers to be used on Xandar to live a normal life.
Mike Vogel as Quasar
She’s Out Of My League
Wendell Elvis Vaughn was an unassuming young man born in Fon du Lac, but raised in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. He had served his country in the army with distinction, and had applied at SHIELD with the intent to be a field agent. However, despite his high marks in all his classes it was the committee’s opinion (as voiced by Dum Dum Dugan himself) that Vaughn lacked a certain ‘killer instinct’ that they felt was required in all their field agents. Feeling that he would likely be relegated to desk work Wendell went home and quietly awaited word of his first assignment. Word came weeks later in the form of a letter offering him an assignment working security for Stark International on his father’s project. Wendell assumed that his father, Dr. Gilbert Vaughn, pulled some strings.
Colm Feore as The Voice Of Annihilus
The Chronicles Of Riddik
Long ago in the Negative Zone, when the Tyannans seeded life spores on barren planets, one of their ships got hit by a meteor and was sent onto the volcanic planet Arthros. Before dying, the crew released spores. Many years later, one of the spores evolved into an insectoid creature. Due to a mutation he had a high intelligence. Finding the wreckage of a Tyannan starship, he used a special helmet to transfer all information about the advanced Tyannan technology to himself. This caused him to grow stronger and smarter, gaining a "Cosmic Control Rod" and body armaments. The creature became known as Annihilus and he set out to destroy anything that was a threat to his existence. He planned to conquer or destroy all planets nearby Arthros. Other creatures came from the spores as well, but Annihilus used his power so he would rule above them.
Brad Dourif as Baron Von Blitzschlag
The Lord Of The Rings: The Two Towers
During World War II, Baron Von Blitzschlag served the Nazi regime with his vast knowledge in genetics, having a part in creating agents such as Master Man and Warrior Woman. He ended up genetically altering himself as well, granting him the power to generate and absorb electricity. Blitzschlag reportedly fought against heroes such as Whizzer, Miss America, Thin Man, and Isaiah Bradley, who nearly killed him. After the war, Blitzschlag hid in a bunker for several years and eventually stopped using his powers when they started to fade.
Robert Maillet as Bison
Billy Kitson was a neighborhood star because of his basketball skills. Billy was the pride of the neighborhood and was on the fast track to fame and fortune. He had the looks, the talent and a good woman by his side named Shamari Aseery. He went to college on a full scholarship and was tagged as an early pick for the pro draft. His life turned sour during one basketball game when an opposing forward tripped and hurt Billy's leg. His leg never healed properly and his pro aspects vanished. Billy walked out on Shamari and hasn't been seen for awhile. Billy apparently made a deal with the Egyption god Seth and was transformed into the powerful Bison. He would be employed to steal a canister of Inferno 42 from a SHIELD convoy but was thwarted from an old neighborhood friend, Luke Cage. Bison flees the scene and fails to secure the canister of Inferno 42.
Steve Blum as The Voice Of Blastaar
The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes
Batman: Arkham Asylum
The Legend Of Korra
Blastaar was the leader of Baluur, a planet in the Negative Zone. He was not liked by his people and after he was overthrown, he was shot off of the planet. He then drifted, unconscious, through the Negative Zone. He was awakened when Triton entered the Negative zone to save Mr. Fantastic, and he followed them through their portal back to the Baxter Building.
Kevin J. O’Connor as Carrion
G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra
Professor Miles Warren, the Jackal, had combined a deadly virus with a clone of himself that created the creature known as Carrion. The Jackal apparently died before Carrion could be released from his clone casket. Randy Vale released Carrion from his casket and Carrion possessed the same memories and hatred that the Jackal had of Spider-Man. Carrion was like the plague and had a deadly touch. On contact, his skin disintigrates any and all organic matter on contact. Carrion also used a red dust that killed the victim. Carrion forced Vale to work for him, provided him with a suit and weapon and called him Darter. After capturing Spider-Man, Carrion would try and kill him with a giant amoeba but Spider-Man would escape and the amoeba would end up killing the Carrion.
Joe Di Maggio as The Voice Of Ch’od
Batman: The Brave And The Bold
Ch'od is one of the founding members of the Starjammers. Despite his appearance he is usually friendly. He was once a slave of the Shi'ar Emperor D'ken until Corsair led a rebellion. Ch'od has been with the Starjammers as they helped Professor X gain a new body and while they fought the Brood. The Starjammers have the trust of the X-men and the Avengers.
Robbie Gee as Condor
Pirates Of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl
A winged criminal scientist from a race known as Bird-People. This is the same race that Red Raven rules over. He was a member of a group called the Terrible Trio, which also included Diamondhead and Powerhouse. He is an enemy of Sphinx and Nova. He was last seen as an inmate helping the Guardians of the Galaxy defend Prison 42 against Blastaar and his Horde.
Tom Kane as The Voice Of Dragon Of The Moon
Star Wars: The Clone Wars
The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes
The Dragon is a spawn of Set, and claims to have killed the inhabitants of Titan before the arrival of the Eternals. Centuries ago, the Dragon attempted to conquer Earth, but was defeated by the Eternals. During the time of Camelot, the Dragon allied himself with Mordred. During the final battle between King Arthur and Mordred, Arthur helped the Interloper defeat the Dragon and banish him to space. With the assistance of Merlin they imprisoned him on Titan. Shortly later an artifact was created to keep the Dragon from returning to Earth under his own power.
Lucas Till as Havok
X-Men: First Class
Walk The Line
Battle Los Angeles
Alexander Summers is the younger son of Christopher and Katherine Summers, and younger brother to Scott. Christopher was a test pilot for the air force, and was flying a private plane with his family on board when the plane was attacked by a spaceship from the Shi'ar Empire. There was only one parachute, so Katherine strapped it to Alex and Scott before pushing them out of the plane. Both boys survived the crash, but Scott suffered a serious head injury upon landing. Taken into care with the belief that their parents dead, Scott and Alex were separated. Alex was adopted by the Blanding family who had recently lost their son. Todd Blanding had been killed in a car crash. His new parents tried to make Alex the same as Todd, and Alex tried his hardest to please them. When the boy who caused Todd's death attacked Alex, Alex's mutant powers surfaced. However, raging out of control, his plasma blasts accidentally incinerated the boy. No one was aware that Mr. Sinister had been monitoring Alex ever since he had been adopted. He then placed genetic locks on Alex to stop the him from developing his mutant powers again. As a side effect of the blocks, Alex also forgot what had happened and how he had killed a boy.
Byung-Hun Lee as ISAAC
The Good, The Bad, The Weird
G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra
I Saw The Devil
ISAAC is the near omniscient computer on Titan. All information travels through him to the residents and leaders. At one time Isaac merged with the Avenger known as the Vision. ISAAC is one of the guards of Riker's Island
Gary Oldman as Kang The Conqueror
The Fifth Element
The Dark Knight
Nathaniel Richards was born in the year 3000 A.D. of an alternate reality dubbed Earth-6311, or counter-earth, that never went through the dark ages. Named after his alleged ancestor who had brought peace and prosperity to the planet, Nathaniel attended robotics school as a child. An exceptionally bright student, he was bullied constantly. When he was sixteen, a bully slashed his throat, causing him to miss a year of school while recuperating. It was during this time that Kang become obsessed with adventure, watching historical videos from his family archives. Nathan was particularly fascinated with the Fantastic Four, a team lead by a distant relative of his, Reed Richards. Nathaniel longed for adventure.
Alex Pettyfer as Korvac
I Am Number Four
In the 31st Century, Michael Korvac had been a highly skilled computer technician. The home reality of this alternate future is designated Earth-691. Korvac offered his services in the year 3007 to the Badoon when they invaded Earth’s solar system. Korvac’s abilities were recognized by the alien conquerors and he supervised analytical computer systems regulating entire planets. The Badoon made Korvac work until he was exhausted and he collapsed one day while on the job. After he collapsed, the Badoon amputated Korvac’s extremities below the waist and grafted his lower torso to a computerized, hovering special systems module. The Badoon sent Korvac back to work as a cyborg as punishment for the failure in his duties.
Christian Kane as Korvus
Korvus is a descendant of Rook'shir, a citizen of the Shi'ar Empire who, centuries ago, controlled the power of the Phoenix Force in conjunction with his blade. He was ultimately defeated by the Imperial Guard, a team which defends the empire and was formed for the purpose of stopping Rook'shir. After he was defeated, only a portion of his power remained in his blade, which could only be lifted by one of his descendants. Korvus is the last surviving descendant of Rook'shir, and because of this he was kept in prison. K'tor, a loyalist of D'ken, offered to set Korvus free provided that he would work for him. Korvus easily overpowered the X-men except for Rachel Summers, who also controls the Phoenix Force. With the help of Rachel he was able to break free from the control of K'tor. Since then, he has become a member of the Starjammers and is shown becoming more and more intimate with Rachel Summers.
Rutger Hauer as Mentor
Hobo With A Shotgun
A'lars was the second son of Daina and Kronos, who are the two of the first generation of the Eternals. He was born in Titanos a long time ago in Asia. Some estimations of his age report him to be about 25,000-years-old. Him together with his brother Zuras lived in a civil war wherein their father was on the winning side. They have studied about the informations about the cosmic energy forces and later on became a scientist himself alongside with his father. After the death of their father, he and his brother Zuras held an assembly which chose Zuras. A'lars chose to leave instead of having the same vendetta that caused the civil war between Chronos and Uranos. He went to Titan and formed an underground assembly himself.
Mathieu Kassovitz as Oblivion
The Fifth Element
Oblivion is a cosmic abstract entity that represents the void and entropy of the universe. Oblivion, Infinity, Death and Eternity were formed after the creation of this universe. These four cosmic beings view each other as siblings. Oblivion is in opposition to Infinity just as Death and Eternity are rivals in the universe. As a result, Oblivion and Death share a connection similar to that of Infinity and Eternity. These four cosmic beings represent the constant struggle of life and death within the universe. The realm of Oblivion is known as the Outer Void which is devoid of any matter or energy. Oblivion had resurrected agents from the dead in service to entropy. These agents appear to those who wish for death. Deathurge was the first known agent of Oblivion. Deathurge was replaced by another agent when Oblivion deemed him unworthy of his duties and turned Deathurge into a squirrel. Doorman, a member of the Great Lakes Avengers who died in battle, replaced Deathurge as an agent for Oblivion.
Rosamund Pike as Polaris
Wrath Of The Titans
Die Another Day
All that is known about Lorna Dane's biological mother is that she is believed to have died in plane crash shortly after her birth. She was adopted by the Danes. Little is known about them other then they are an affluent couple. She was born with green hair, due to her mutant gene, but kept it dyed so she wouldn't seem different from others and be ostracized. It seemed that there was a genetic defect in Lorna that prevented her latent mutant abilities from manifesting. When a villain named Mesmero used his so called psyche-generator, which allowed him to command all mutants in North America with latent powers. Lorna was one of these latent mutants and she was forced to travel to San Francisco to unite with Mesmero.
Deborah Ann Woll as Rachel Grey
Rachel Summers is the daughter of Scott Summers and Jean Grey, Cyclops and Phoenix, on Earth-811. Her reality diverged from the regular time line when Senator Robert Kelly was assassinated by the Brotherhood Of Evil Mutants. In her world, this event caused the mutant/human relations to escalate to the point that an anti-mutant candidate won the next presidential election. He put forth the legislation that brought the giant mutant hunting robots known as the Sentinels. The goal was to eliminate all mutants. The Sentinels adapted and decided the best way to do so was to take over North America. They did not stop with just mutants. Several super-powered humans were also killed or imprisoned. When Rachel was a child, the X-Men's base, Xavier Institute for Higher Learning, was attacked. Rachel was the only survivor. Rachel was taken and brainwashed. Using her psionic powers, Rachel became a mutant "hound" and tracked down other mutants. Her face was tattooed with the mark of a hound. Rachel was even forced to kill some of her fellow mutants.
Arnold Vosloo as Skeleton Ki
G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra
Almost nothing is known about the mysterious Skeleton Ki except from his own boasting comments and arrogant claims. However if he is to believed, than in certain criminal circles; he is one of the world's greatest thieves and has an enviable reputation from Samarkand to Sinkiang having stolen crowns off the heads of kings and swords out of the hands of hussars and highwaymen before they even realized it. Apparently possessing the occult power to open any lock and bypass any security, Skeleton Ki was hired by AIM to steal a mysterious pyramid from Rand-Meachum Industries. Naturally Skeleton Ki found himself confronted by Danny Rand aka Iron Fist, the owner of Rand-Meachum for possession of the pyramid. Although physically defeated by the superior martial arts skills of the Iron Fist, Rand was confounded by Skeleton Ki's remarkable ability to defeat his security measures. Despite Iron Fist's best attempts, the mysterious thief was able to escape.
Alexis Denisof as The Zoms
Justice League: Doom
Zoms are living men who have lost the ability to think for themselves due to the Badoon and their processing. They act as the Badoon's servants and army fodder.
Brandon Routh as Vulcan
Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
Dylan Dog: Dead Of Night
When the parents of Scott and Alex Summers were kidnapped by the alien race, Shi'ar, it appears that Katherine Summers was pregnant. The unborn child was seemingly killed along with Katherine by D'Ken, the Majestor of the Shi'ar Empire. The child survived however, and was aged to adolescence in an incubation accelerator and subsequently enslaved. Gabriel was sent to Earth to serve a Shi'ar agent named Davan Shakari (who would later use the guise of Erik The Red). Gabriel managed to escape and was found by geneticist Moira MacTaggert., and she invited him to join a group of young mutants that were under her tutelage. He accepted and took the name Vulcan. Professor X recognized Vulcan's relationship with Cyclops, and reunited the brothers.
Damion Poitier as Thanos
Born to the Eternals Mentor and Sui-San, Thanos was subject to the Deviant gene at birth. As a mutant of Titan (a moon of Saturn) he had a purple, hide-like skin along with strength and other physical abilities surpassing that of other Titans. This mutation also augments the powers he possesses as an Eternals. The most powerful Titan, his skin is able to absorb cosmic energy and transfer it to his use. Though never by his family, Thanos was feared and shunned by his fellow Titans even as a youth due to his uniqueness. His brother, Eros, was groomed to eventually replace their father surrounded by loving friends and family. Knowing that he would never be accepted by the others like his brother was, Thanos distanced himself for being different. Though one fateful day in an all but forgotten subterranean temple, young Thanos too found companionship in the guise of Death. After decades their relationship grew into a dark and forbidden romance. Under his Deaths tutelage he grew even stronger and more powerful, well versed in the black arts, long forbidden on Titan. She taught him knowledge is power and that power is everything. With these revelations and maturity, rebellion against Mentor and exile were not far away. When his father discovered Thanos conducting fatal experiments, he exiled Thanos from Titan. Fueled by his hatred Thanos would amass vast knowledge, skills and power via mysticism, meditation and bionics, during his century long sentence. Having surpassed all the others Eternals in power and strength, Thanos decided to return to Titan. Yet his heart was still filled with unbridled hate. He attacked his the planet with nuclear weaponry while orbiting Titan. However Thanos had miscalculated Titans defenses. Only a handful of what was thousands survived the horror. Only by chance were his brother and father not on Titan during the attack. To Thanos' regret his mother was not so lucky. She was the one member of his family he might have spared. So Thanos left Titan and returned to space. Proving his devotion and worth to Death was all that now mattered to the titan. During his times in space Thanos conquered and pillaged many worlds acquiring vast resources such as an assortment of followers, technology, weapons and space crafts.
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