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Batman vs Superman

Ever since the Comic Con announcement that Warner Bros and DC would be teaming up Batman and Superman for the Man of Steel sequel, the question of who would play the Caped Crusader has been on the tongue of geeks and fans everywhere.

In the past week, it’s come to light that Zack Snyder has been consulting with comic author Frank Miller (The Dark Knight Returns) on casting the Dark Knight. The current consensus seems to be that they are looking for a Batman that will be older than the current greenhorn Superman (Henry Cavill), and he’ll be an already well-established Batman by the time he confronts Kal El. As has been the case since the announcement, there’s a feeling this film will suggest a tense, volatile relationship that mirrors the one in Miller’s Dark Knight Returns, although it’s unlikely to be as dramatically oppositional as that story’s conflict.

As names have been flying around, The Hollywood Reporter has released six names that its sources believe to be at the top of the current casting wish-list. Of course, at this early date Snyder is just starting to consider actors and nothing formal has been submitted or sent to actors or their reps.

Here, we’ll take a look at those six names and what they might bring to the role of the Batman. Let’s get started…

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The act of casting high profile stars in comic book roles is not a new practice. Going as far back as casting Gene Hackman as Lex Luthor, Marlon Brando as Jor-EL, Michael Keaton as Batman, and Jack Nicholson as The Joker, filmmakers have always looked to the big talents to make a maximum impact in superhero movies.

Given its success, then, in recent times it’s become commonplace for actors to attach themselves to projects within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Directors have augmented the validity of their films with actors and actresses who are not only movie stars, but those who can seriously act. It creates a buzz for the movie, of course, getting fans and critic wondering how a certain actor will take on an established character.

So take a look at the following list of huge stars who have yet to be cast in any MCU roles, all of which – I believe, at least – would bring a certain weight and brilliance to a whole host of comic book heroes and villains. Prepare to have all your MCU casting dreams come true. Once again, you’re welcome Hollywood…

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Today is actually National Brothers & Sisters day! Instead of celebrating almost all sibs, that is obvs just what National Siblings Day is good for, today is the day to recognition sisters which have brothers, and vice versa. Here’s for you to wishing these types of celebrities talk about a few quality developing time…

Hayden Panettiere and her brother Jansen

Hayden Panettiere and her brother Jansen
Hayden has had her lil’ brother with her about the reddish carpet some periods. Bejesus, we presume she also aided him or her realize that they thought about being an actor.

Dianna Agron and her brother Jason

Dianna Agron and her brother Jason
Simply two years apart inside age, Dianna and her younger brother make time to observe one another and remain upwards for each other. Keep in mind that complete alluring newspaper blast Dianna would? Jason hand bags acquired her when this stumbled on shielding his sis’s decision.

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