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Post by Admin on Tue Jan 12, 2010 2:40 am

Anyhoo, just for the fun of it, here’s my other co-star picks and the corresponding genres:

* Michael Fassbender in a romantic drama (i.e. The Painted Veil)
* Henry Cavill in a espionage thriller (i.e. The International)
* Christian Bale in a British comedy (i.e. Hot Fuzz)
* Viggo Mortensen in a period drama (preferably sans violent gun-fighting or desolate setting)
* Sharlto Copley in a quirky romance (i.e. (500) Days of Summer)
* Daniel Henney in a fantasy adventure (i.e. Stardust)
* Rufus Sewell in a contemporary thriller (i.e. Michael Mann’s Heat) as the protagonist, not the villain
* Alan Rickman in a sci-fi thriller/adventure (i.e. Danny Boyle’s Sunshine)
* Mark Strong in a poignant romantic comedy (i.e. About a Boy)
* Timothy Dalton in a comedy drama (i.e. Stranger than Fiction)

Well, what are your picks, folks? Come on, I’m sure you can think of something Wink

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Post by Admin on Tue Mar 02, 2010 3:17 pm

Jimmie Johnson’s Doppleganger
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At first glance, very few people would mistake German actor Michael Fassbender (Inglourious Basterds, 300) for four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion Jimmie Johnson. Considering the look Fassbender sported in Inglorious Basterds, it’s hard to see the resemblance.

But if you watch Fassbender in 300 or see him out of character, the resemblance is more striking.

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Post by Admin on Mon Mar 15, 2010 1:12 am

Sunday, March 14, 2010
The MICHAEL FASSBENDER FOR DAN DARE campaign starts today.

Simon from the Pimpernel's Blog may not think the movers and shakers of Hollywood read his blog, but I'm deluded enough to think there's a chance they may see this*: Click here to see his inspired casting call for the proposed DAN DARE movie. And once you've seen it, start campaigning: Michael Fassbender for Dan Dare! Make your voice heard!

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*From the same blogger who brought you the successful campaigns "Brian Blessed for Odin" and "Nick Frost for Volstagg".

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Post by Admin on Wed May 12, 2010 12:33 am

11 May 2010
Judge Dredd Back On Track?
Pete Travis is directing... in 3D
Source: Deadline
Judge Dredd Back On Track?

It’s been a few months since we heard anything about the new version of Judge Dredd, which had been trundling along under the auspices of Andrew McDonald’s DNA Films with Alex Garland writing the script. Now it looks like Vantage Point/Omagh director Pete Travis is on board to direct.

Deadline noted that the film is being shopped at this year’s Cannes festival and is boasting a thrifty, sub-$50 million budget, which does make us wonder whether that’ll be enough to bring a proper take on Dredd’s Mega City setting to life. But with funding from Reliance Big Entertainment, and assuming they lock in some decent studio backing, this one has a chance of being better than the awful 1995 Sylvester Stallone effort. But then, a film made with action figures by a kid in a garden has a shot at that.

While DNA Films has a deal with Fox, Dredd won’t be made with the studio involved, but it will – apparently – show up in 3D. Just, y'know, let's hope he keeps his hat on this time, eh?
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Michael Fassbender for sure, he has the Dredd chin and the right frame, tall and lean not a bodybuilder like Stallone....oh and can act!

Give it to one of Irelands best actors, Michael Fassbender. Has the physical presence, he can act and has no problem carrying a film on his shoulders. And he obviously likes getting his teeth into roles that pushes him physically such as 300 and Centurion....

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Post by Admin on Tue Oct 26, 2010 8:38 pm

Guy Fawkes Movies: 5 films we demand to see

Sure, sure, you're sat preparing your toffee apples, sewing your David Cameron costume and prepping the youngsters on the best way of stealing the neighbours' car keys when out trick or treating, but don't concentrate all your efforts on Halloween. Just around the corner is a holiday just as special, and steeped in the goriest of British history. Our question is, where are the films to accompany it?

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Guy Fawkes Movies: 5 films we demand to see

Considering it’s the the only event of the year whose theme tune begins “Remember, remember…”, it seems rather odd that no-one seems to give much cinematic thought to the bloody story of Guy Fawkes. As far as we can tell, V for Vendetta is the only big-hitter to feature the story of the gunpowder plot and the treacherous York-born lad who was at the centre of a royal assassination attempt. We’ve decided that it’s time the Hollywood big boys started paying attention to the most dastardly tale in our national history. And helpfully, we’ve mapped out a few film suggestions depending on the director taking the helm. Spielberg, we hope you’re paying attention.

Director: Michael Bay
Film Title: FAWKES
Starring: Michael Fassbender, Denzel Washington And Whatever Hottie Is Making The Rounds

Not a lot of things are exploding in London (England) right now. But things are about to get a whole s$#! explodier. With all these protestants roaming around, talking back like they owns the place, its up to good-time Catholic boy Guy and his gang of wise-cracking transubstantiation lovers to let them know who’s boss. With Ja-Rule as Thomas Wintour and Shia LaBeouf as King James, FAWKES will take you on one hell of a ride all the way to hell – the question is… will they make it back?

One hell of a Guy. One Night To Remember (Remember)

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Post by Admin on Tue Dec 21, 2010 4:34 pm

The New Illuminati Fan Cast
December 21, 2010

The Original Illuminati(Mr.Fantastic,Pro.X,Black Bolt,Dr.Strange,Namor and Iron Man) have been disbanded for awhile and there is talk of them reforming with Medusa taking the place of Black Bolt.

This is just a fiction and alternate scenario I have been cooking up.Instead of the original team,Marvel goes with a different roster,with the exception of Prince Namor.A few heros have been resurected and form a version similar to the JLA.I think it could be cool and Marvel Studios have the rights to many for this to be possible for a movie.Im just going to run down the roster and idea

I just seen Tron…So im really looking for a place to stick Joseph Kosinski besides Iron Man 3…He would OWN my imaginary SuperTeam Movie.So lets go with him.Wink

Taking the Place of Superman/Clark Kent

Sentry/Robert Reynolds-Michael Fassbender

Fassbender has the look and smoldering internal conflict for this flawed yet powerful Superhero.Perhaps the biggest Rip-off of all time gets his time in the limelight as The Void free leader of The Ilumminati.Wink

Taking the place of Batman/Bruce Wayne

Moonknight/Marc Spector-James McAvoy

McAvoy will team up with his X-Men:First Class counterpart as the Merc turned Superhero and shadowy rip-off of The Dark Knight.Marvels version of “The Worlds Finest” right here.Wink

Taking the place of Wonder Woman/Diana

Ms.Marvel/Carol Danvers-Katherine Heigl

In the roll that Heigl was put on this good earth for.She will be The Ilumminati’s badass Femme Fatale and Wonder Woman clone.Razz

Taking the place of Green Lantern/Hal Jordan

Nova/Richard Rider-Garrett Hedlund

After watching Tron:Legacy..I kept thinking “Damn,this guy would be good in alot of CBM rolls…Nova was definetly at the top of my list.He should be Marvels resident “Space Cop”.

Taking the place of Flash/Wally West

Quicksilver/Pietro Maximoff-Zac Efron

Playing the part of Marvels resident wannabe Flash and Son of Magneto will go to Efron who is impressing alot of people with his acting chops.Besides I already cast him in my X-Men reboot.Wink

Taking the place of Aquaman/Auther Curry

The Sub-Mariner/Namor-Jonathan Rhys Meyers

Ok..just take one look at this fool and tell me he doesnt look like Namor.He will be the only member of this team who was on the original Illuminati and NOT a rip-off.Razz

Taking the place of Martian Manhunter/J’Jonzz

Vision-Doug Jones

Abe,Norrin Radd,The Pale Man,Pan…This guy rocks whatever he does and I cant think of a better person to play The Android version of MM.Smile


Thanos-Laurence Fishburn

The guy already looks like Thanos amazingly enough and that voice of his just screams out what I always imagined Thanos to sound like.=)

Gamora-Maggie Q

The daughter of Thanos and agent of his malice(in this movie) will be Maggie Q..The “smoking hot ninja bitch” will kick ass in this roll.


The Evil Asgardian monster with the strength of “a billion billion beings” will be the brute servant of Thanos.

Ok…I know this is a VERY weird idea and fancast but just keep an open mind.

Leave a comment and let me know how badly I screwed it up.Thanks.Smile

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Post by Admin on Fri Jan 21, 2011 6:57 pm

January 21, 2011
What actor should be cast as creepy/hot Julian Assange?

Funny story – several of the leading contenders to play creepy-hot-pervert Julian Assange are on this week’s Hot Guy Friday. I swear I didn’t plan for it! But when you look at Assange’s pasty face, what actor are you reminded of? What actor could pull off both the creepy, pervert aspect of Assange, AND the ballsy, sensual genius aspect? I ask because Hollywood is making at least one movie about Julian Assange, according to Page Six. Honestly, it’s not the worst idea. For a while now, I’ve been thinking about how this whole international controversy would probably make a good movie. But casting is important!

A movie about secret-sharing villain Julian Assange is being fast-tracked before he can leak his own life story. Assange has said he is penning a book that could become a screenplay.

But Josephson Entertainment and Michelle Krumm Productions have stolen the WikiLeaks founder’s thunder by optioning the biography, “The Most Dangerous Man in the World,” by Andrew Fowler, who interviewed Assange last year. Krumm said the book would become a “thought-provoking thriller.”

But who’ll play Assange? Paul Bettany? Liam Neeson? Or perhaps Tilda Swinton?

[From Page Six]

Paul Bettany would be a good choice, honestly. Same coloring, similar eyes. And Bettany’s a good enough actor where Assange wouldn’t just be one note. He can be creepy and weird, and funny and charming. Liam Neeson is a no go – too old to play Assange, and Liam is just too big and ass-kicking. Tilda Swinton is a kind of hilarious choice. What about Michael Fassbender? Think about it… that could really work. As could Viggo Mortensen, Cillian Murphy and Ralph Fiennes.

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Post by Admin on Sun Jan 23, 2011 2:53 am

Friday, 21 January 2011
My Protagonist : Valten Van Helsingborg

Any Medieval epic needs a central character that looks, sounds and feels like a crusading warrior. The Knight Templar vehicle aside i was more intrigued in creating a character of such loyalty and devotion to his King that he was more like a brother than a servant to King Richard the First. I chose the name VALTEN as it is a strong name, it is an old name and one isn't entirely sure whether it is the name of the Antagonist or the Protagonist. His background had to be uniquely British, indeed he was initially Prince Cameron of Clyde, a Highlander type of figure, a loyal Scot to an English King but it didn't feel quite right. Through Valtens various battles alongside his King meant Valten had accumulated vast swathes of land in England and indeed his own Kingdom. It soon came to pass that if i was going to tell the original story of Vampires i needed the original Vampire slayer in some form. The one and only VAN HELSING. This brought about some unique difficulties, i didn't want to directly have a member of the van helsing family but i wanted to go as far back as i could and develop the concept of an ancestor with a similar sounding name. I chose HELSINGBORG, as with history and families over time, parts of names can often be dropped, indeed names to evolves. From blacksmith, to Mr black or Mr Smith. also with Helsinborg being a Swedish and have the name Van pre Helsingborg gave it a dutch origin. As with many points in this fictional narrative i decided not to let the historical or cultural idiosyncrasies become a noose around my neck. This is a fictional tale and some artistic, creative and artistic license is required.
In my mind Valten is an ancestor of the infamous Dr Van Helsing, rather in the same way Hammer films for years had Peter Cushing play variants of Van Helsing as Lord, Mr, Dr and others.

To mention Peter Cushing is for me to mention the genius that played such a charismatic version of Van Helsing. indeed Peter Cushing is the difinitive Van Helsing and Vampire Slayer. A man who was so iconic, visually striking yet nimble in frame and pose. A delicate man, not a brash, alpha male man of psychically strength rather the opposite. His duels with another another icon of mine Christopher Lee, continues to give me pleasure whenever i come across such classics from Hammer and Amicus starring them two. So Valten is not the muscle head hero, he is and has a strong frame. A white Bruce Lee with a brushed torso and impeccable psychique.

From the very first inception i had Aragon from the LOTR trilogy as the visual stimulus for his movement and presence.Vigo Morteson could've been perfect but as the project grew and Vigo aged others stepped onto the role.Christian Bale i could see playing Valten, he certainly has the range, charisma and the box office to do the project justice.

Recently i have also has Michael Fassbender in mind. Watching his performance in Hunger gave me the psychical posture and dynamism to play the role. Again he us getting bigger as we speak i think he has suitably swayed Hollywood by gaining the role of Magneto in the film of the same name. At the moment Michael has the edge as i want someone who can grow into the role and establish it not only in KOTV but any sequels.

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Post by Admin on Fri Feb 18, 2011 11:34 pm

Dreamcasting Arseface & Other Comic-Based Roles That Will Never Happen

By Agent Bedhead | Posted Under Seriously Random Lists

While I don’t possess nearly the expertise of TK or Prisco when it comes to comic books and their all-important mythologies, I’m hoping that this limitation won’t prevent a discussion of dreamcasting within several comic-book adaptations that’ll never happen. None of these titles are likely to appeal to a mainstream audience; in fact, many would likely meet the same fate as Watchmen, Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World, and Jonah Hex as far as cinematic interpretations are concerned. So, let’s assume these movies are fanboy pipe dreams. Dreamcasting these roles is a make-believe effort based upon make-believe universes, correct?

Work with me here and consider these casting choices for live-action adaptations.

Sin City: A Dame To Kill For (Ava): Under ordinary circumstances, the first Sin City movie has always been ripe for a sequel. The original movie grossed $74 million domestically with another $84 million overseas (on a relatively modest $40 budget), so one would think that Dimension Films would have rushed a follow-up into development, but it’s been six years with nothing but empty promises and a never-ending slide into development hell with talk of The Weinstein Company possibly acquiring rights for a sequel. In addition to the Weinstein’s precarious financial status, there are several problems with the situation, most of which can be traced back to the co-directors, Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller. Robbie Rod is too busy grinding out Grindhouse spinoffs and kiddie flicks, and there’s no way in hell that they’d allow Miller (who wrote the comic and has long since claimed to have a sequel script ready) to helm the project all on his lonesome after what he did with The Spirit. Nevertheless, several names [including Rose McGowan (whatever) and Rachel Weisz] have been periodically floated through the ether for the character Ava, who happens to be the ultimate femme fatale. Obviously, the ideal actress here would be Angelina Jolie, provided that she first gains back a few curves.

Dr. Strange (Dr. Strange): This is a tough one, but anyone who takes on this character (with all of the surrealistic, mind-trippy aspects) needs a proven history in comic book adaptations. With his awesome performances in Shoot ‘Em Up and Sin City and a very similar stature to the titular character, Clive Owen is the best choice.

Captain Britain (Capt. Britain): Now, this would be an interesting movie for Anglophile comic whores, but I doubt that there’s enough of an audience for a full-length feature film to ever come to fruition. Regardless, potential casting options include Gerard Butler (who honestly couldn’t manage the accent but would look damn fine in that outfit), Michael Fassbender (who is probably far too booked-up already), and Jason Statham. Guess who the front runner here might be?

100 Bullets (Dizzy): This title is near and dear to my little black heart. Since this comic has already spawned a video game, I have a very bad feeling that Uwe Boll might someday try to get his hands on it. If that happens and Agent Graves shows up and hands me an attaché case, I cannot be responsible for my actions. Still, it’s a given that any reputable director (actually, anyone other than Boll) would have a bevy of badass chicks vying for the role of ex-gangbanger-turned-female-Minuteman Dizzy Cordova. Since Dizzy is Latina, Rosario Dawson would be a very natural choice, but with the right makeup artist on hand, Zoe Saldana (who has already played a blue chick) could probably pass in the role and wield a gun in a slightly more convincing matter. Stranger things have happened.

Preacher (Arseface): This comic’s been the subject of adaptation rumors for several years. In 2008, Sam Mendes was attached to direct, but now that Mendes has moved over to the much more lucrative James Bond franchise, the future is uncertain. Current buzz indicates that DJ Caruso could helm an eventual Preacher movie if things go well with this weekend’s I Am Number Four release. I don’t see this movie as a realistic option because it would be very difficult to even water it down for an R-rating while still staying true to the source material. Further, there’s the complication of actually including the Arseface character and even locating an actor who could portray Arseface and still possess the self esteem to sign on for such a revolting-looking character. Presumably, there would be a substantial amount of makeup involved, but I believe Walton Goggins (“Justified”) could actually perform this magical trick.

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Post by Admin on Sun Mar 06, 2011 8:10 pm

Sunday, March 6, 2011
Street Fighter Movie Reboot Pt. 2
As continued since the last post...


He's mean, he's strong, he's vicious, he's Sagat. The original enemy. He's not as big of a staple as Ryu or Ken, but if the movie would be based of off Ryu and Ken, Sagat is a must.

Vinnie Jones

I was a little weary of putting Vinnie Jones in for Sagat because he's played alot of loud characters. But he could play the cool, cold and menacing Sagat after watching his performance in Midnight Meat Train. Just get him bigger and we'd have our guy.


A virtual unknown unless you are a hardcore Street Fighter fan, Adon was the second to the last fight on the original Street Fighter and the apprentice to Sagat. If one wanted to make a movie around the original Street Fighter, Adon is a must. And because of him being an unknown to most, he would be easy to make because he could be cold and calculating like Sagat or he could be loud and wild, but also very, very good.

Cam Gigandet

C'mon. He's a no brainer. He would be able to play either Adon; cold and calculated or wild and loud. And he's had martial arts experience.


Another virtual unknown, Birdie is a former bouncer who wanted fame and fortune, so he joined the Street Figher tournament. Like Adon, he could be virtually anything because he's an unknown.

Louis Decosta Johnson

A virtual unknown actor in America, for those who pay attention to English television, he's the hulking Tony in Misfits. A perfect person to play Birdie


Eagle is probably more unknown than Birdie, but he would be fantastic because he's English, well dressed and more than all else... confident. He knows he's good and that's what would make him perfect.

Michael Fassbender

If anyone has seen this man in a movie, you KNOW I'm right.


The original Vega. Sure Vega is the man, but he wasn't in the original. Geki, however was. They could easily make him a silent assassin.


If anyone's seen Ninja Assassin, he's the obvious choice. He could be quiet and deadly as Geki

Well that's about it. You wouldn't need that many characters because there isn't that many in the original Street Fighter. I hope you agree with me!
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Fan-Cast: Casting A Batman Reboot, Guest Post By Axel Bratosevich
Wednesday, March 09, 2011 Tony

Below is our guest posted fan-cast from Axel Bratosevich. Here are his choices and idea for a reboot of Christopher Nolan's current sucessful franchise.
FAN CAST: Batman

My fan cast for my favorite DC character.

Batman is a fictional character created by the artist Bob Kane and writer Bill Finger. A comic book superhero, Batman first appeared in Detective Comics #27 (May 1939), and since then has appeared in many of DC Comics’ publications. Originally referred to as "the Bat-Man" and still referred to at times as "the Batman", he is additionally known as "The Caped Crusader", "The Dark Knight", "The Darknight Detective", and "The World's Greatest Detective".
In the original version of the story and the vast majority of retellings, Batman's secret identity is Bruce Wayne, an American millionaire (later billionaire) playboy, industrialist, and philanthropist. Having witnessed the murder of his parents as a child, he swore revenge on crime, an oath tempered with the greater ideal of justice. Wayne trains himself both physically and intellectually and dons a bat-themed costume in order to fight crime. Batman operates in the fictional American Gotham City, assisted by various supporting characters including his crime-fighting partner, Robin, his butler Alfred Pennyworth, the police commissioner Jim Gordon, and occasionally the heroine Batgirl. He fights an assortment of villains such as the Joker, the Penguin, Two-Face, Poison Ivy and Catwoman. Unlike most superheroes, he does not possess any superpowers; he makes use of intellect, detective skills, science and technology, wealth, physical prowess, martial arts skills, an indomitable will and intimidation in his continuous war on crime.
Batman became a very popular character soon after his introduction and gained his own comic book title, Batman, in 1940. As the decades wore on, differing interpretations of the character emerged. The late 1960s Batman television series used a camp aesthetic which continued to be associated with the character for years after the show ended. Various creators worked to return the character to his dark roots, culminating in the 1986 miniseries Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, by writer-artist Frank Miller, while the success of director Tim Burton's 1989 film Batman also helped to reignite popular interest in the character. A cultural icon, Batman has been licensed and adapted into a variety of media, from radio to television and film, and appears on a variety of merchandise sold all over the world such as toys and video games.

Clive Owen: He always has been my personal choice for Batman, I kept him from my previous fan cast because he is pretty imposing an his voice would be great for Batman. He is also a pretty good actor, as he showed us in Sin City.
Batman: After witnessing the murder of his parents, billionaire Bruce Wayne dedicated his life to ridding Gotham City of crime. After years of physical and mental training, and utilizing his vast family fortune, he became a symbol that strikes fear into the hearts of criminals, the Dark Knight: Batman.

Adrian Pasdar: A fan favorite for Batman, but I don't think he is perfect for that role, so I choose him as Batman's dad.
Thomas Wayne: Thomas Wayne is the late father of Bruce Wayne and CEO of Wayne Industries.

Elizabeth Mitchell: A decent actress, liked her in Lost, I think she would pull off the loving mother. Also she and Pasdar would look cool together.
Martha Wayne: Martha Wayne is the wife of the late Dr. Thomas Wayne and the mother of Bruce Wayne.

Hugh Laurie: A weird choice, I know... But something in his face and actittude reminds me of ol' Commissioner Gordon. And he is an amazing actor
Commissioner Gordon: Jim Gordon was the first supporter of Batman on the GCPD. He is currently the Commissioner of the Police Department. He is usually the one who turns on the Bat Signal when help is needed. Jim Gordon is a good friend of Batman.

Bill Nighy: A spectacular old and british actor, he looks and sounds just like Alfred. I just can imagine him being Owen's butler.
Nightwing: Batman's first partner Robin, Dick Grayson has matured into a master crime fighter in his own right as Nightwing. A founding member of the Teen Titans he has also lead the Outsiders and worked the JLA. He is Gotham's current Batman with Damian Wayne as Robin.

Aaron Johnson: A great actor, I loved Kick-Ass, he was born to act as a superhero (Kick-Ass doesn't count) and I think that Dick Grayson is what he needs. In my book, Nightwing would take the place of Robin (God, how I hate Robin!)
Nightwing: Batman's first partner Robin, Dick Grayson has matured into a master crime fighter in his own right as Nightwing. A founding member of the Teen Titans he has also lead the Outsiders and worked the JLA. He is Gotham's current Batman with Damian Wayne as Robin.

Mary Elizabeth Winstead: A pretty good actress, I enjoyed so much Scott Pilgrim, she also has to act as a superhero and I think she would work as Batgirl, mostly for the look and the acting skills. She is 5 years older than Johnson, but he looks surprisingly older IMO.
Batgirl: Barbara Gordon was the first Batgirl, until she was brutally shot by the Joker, rendering her paralyzed from the waist down. She reinvented herself as The Oracle providing intelligence to the DCU heroes and leading the Birds of Prey.

Christina Hendricks: This is mostly based on looks, but I saw her act only one time and she seemed great for the part of Vale
Vicki Vale: Vicki was a reporter for the Gotham Gazette, whose job it was to report on the Batman. She was frequently romantically attracted to Batman (and Bruce Wayne on occasion), and repeatedly suspected they were the same person.

Ernie Hudson: The first guy who came to my mind and he would work IMO. He looks the part and he is a pretty good actor, too.
Lucius Fox: Lucius Fox is the current CEO and President of Wayne Enterprises and a sought after businessman all over the corporate world. He is a great finacial officer and a good friend/ally to Bruce Wayne.

Robert Knepper: Where you specting to see Mr. Crispin Glover? Well, I casted Robert Knepper, a man I respect solely because he terrifies me. He is a great actor and that scary and menacing look is what we need in the Joker.
The Joker: The Joker, Clown Prince of Crime, is Batman's arch-nemesis. An agent of chaos known for his purple three-piece suit and insidious smile, he has caused Batman more suffering than any other villain he has ever faced. His origin and true motivations are shrouded in mystery.

Evangeline Lilly: A hot actress who looks like Selina Kyle and she would make a great Catwoman IMO because she is a decent actress. Also, it would be nice to see her in the Catwoman outfit...
Catwoman: Selina Kyle is Catwoman, a mostly reformed cat burglar with an on-again, off-again, romantic relationship with the Batman, who she knows is Bruce Wayne. She is shown as a woman who is very strong willed, independent and a little temperamental.

Brendan Gleeson: An amazing actor, really enjoyed In Bruges. I imagine the Penguin being a mob boss, like Kingpin, and his look in this photo is exactly what I was thinking.
The Penguin: Intelligent, rich and sophisticated; Oswald Cobblepot puts up a gentlemanly front, but behind closed doors he is the angered, power hungry criminal known as The Penguin. He shows flashes of compassion sometimes, but he is dominated by a desire to be respected and to control those around him.

Jon Hamm: He has the charisma to play charming Dent, but he can play the intelligent but psychotic Two-Face. He has that serious look that would be perfect for Dent.
Two-Face: The Former District Attorney of Gotham City, Harvey Dent's mind was as damaged as his face in a courtroom attack by mobster Sal "The Boss" Maroni. He carries a coin around and flips it to make decisions. He has since been one of Batman's most complex adversaries.

Tim Roth: A great actor, I liked him in Lie To Me, Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs. He seems to be a cool choice because I can imagine him challenging Batman with his mind...
The Riddler: The Riddler, the crown prince of conundrums, is a DC Comics villain obsessed with riddles, puzzles, and brain teasers. He lost his memories after recovering from a year long coma. Currently 'reformed,' Riddler works as a private investigator in Gotham.

Brian Cranston: Usually being casted as Gordon, I imagine him a better fit for Strange, after seeing his character in Breaking Bad.
Hugo Strange: Hugo Strange had a bald misshapen head, complete with bushy eyebrows, coke-bottle glasses and a thick beard accenting his jaw. He is an insane psychologist and chemical genius who knows Batman's secret identity and lusts to take the identity for himself.

Joseph Fiennes: A great actor as his brother, Joseph Fiennes would make an exciting memorable Black Mask and evil to-boot too!
Black Mask: Black Mask has been the identity of 2 criminals. Roman Sionis was the first. He was leader of the False facers and Gotham's underworld King until he died at the hands of Catwoman.

Michael Fassbender: I think we all know how an amazing actor he is, he was born for some Hush IMO. He isn't the same age as Owen, but with some makeup he would look alot older.
Hush: Thomas Elliot is a renowned surgeon and childhood friend of Bruce Wayne's. A meticulous planner, Elliot resents the fact that Bruce's father inadvertently thwarted his plot to kill his parents.

Jackie Earle Haley: He proved he is an amazing actor in Watchmen, and I think he is scary, so scary that he would be a great match for Sarecrow himself. Scarecrow should look like in Arkham Asylum IMO.
Scarecrow: Often known as the Master of Fear, the Scarecrow is an enemy of Batman. Recently, the Scarecrow was chosen to be the Sinestro of Sector-2814, due to his ability to instill fear. But, Scarecrow is losing his sanity due to his lack of fear, knowing only Batman can scare him.

Christina Ricci: She came to my mind and I thought, why not? I mean, she is a hell of an actress and she looks the part alot.
Harley Quinn: Harleen Quinzel, the Arkham psychiatrist who fell in love with the Joker. A "mad love" would lead her to a life of crime as Harley Quinn, frequent accomplice, and former would-be-girlfriend of the Clown Prince of Crime. She now pals around with Poison Ivy and Catwoman in Gotham City.

Viggo Mortensen: I don't know who casted him first but I'm sure that Viggo as Ra's would be an epic of epicness.
Ra's Al Ghul: Ra's believes humanity is lost to corruption and dreams of purging it of its sins. He has used several kinds of violence in his pursuit of "justice" including vigilantism, terrorism, and assassination.

Stana Katic: I know everybody wants her for Elektra, but IMO she is a better choice for Talia.
Talia Al Ghul: The daughter and heir to Ra's Al Ghul's criminal empire. She is also the mother of Bruce's son, Damian Wayne.

Melanie Laurent: I loved Inglorious Basterds! I imagine her making a sexy and tough Poison Ivy, and it would be great to have Poison Ivy with a french accent IMO.
Poison Ivy: One of Batman's greatest villains, Poison Ivy's obsession with and devotion to plant life are the means behind her life of crime and her movement to protect and preserve nature at any cost.

Javier Bardem: Well, I went with the fan favorite...
Bane: Before birth, he was judged guilty, now he's a man who's path led not only to the origins of his being, but also as the man who did what many believed to be impossible. For he would be known as Bane, The Man Who Broke the Bat

Jason Isaacs: He is good playing cold hearted villians and looks the part. Oh, and he is a pretty good actor.
Mr Freeze: After his wife became terminally ill, Dr. Victor Fries devoted his life to saving her, and used cryogenics to buy some time to find a cure. After an accident, Fries must stay in a cryo-suit to live, becoming Mr. Freeze.

Adam Baldwin: He can play bad-ass guys and he is a decent actor and an original choice so I thought, why not?
Deadshot: Deadshot is the greatest known mercenary in the world. He's known to never miss and always get the job done, but lately it appears he may be shifting to a more heroic side of the law.

Steve Buscemi: He always has been my choice for the Mad Hatter and he is a spectacular actor IMO, so I choose him.
The Mad Hatter: The Mad Hatter is one of Batman's enemies. He is psychotic and has an obsessive-compulsive disorder. His main weapons are mind controlling devices. He is very short standing about 4'8 inches and weighing 149 pounds.

Tobin Bell: He actually was a bad guy and voiced a puppet in Saw so I choose him.
Ventriloquist: Originally a mild-mannered man named Arnold Wesker, who suffered from a multiple personality disorder, the name has since devolved upon a woman known as Peyton Riley, upon Wesker's death. Peyton, who also suffers from a multiple-personality disorder, uses the same puppet, Scarface, as Wesker did.

Dominic Purcell: I was looking for someone physically imposing and full of muscles that can act... Purcell just came to my mind
Killer Croc: Waylon Jones was born with a mutation giving him reptile skin, sharp claws and teeth. He was an undefeated boxer who soon retired and then became one of Batman's most dangerous rogues.

Rhys Ifans: Well, he is playing a scientist who turns into a big monster so... Ifans seemed a cool choice.
Man-Bat: Dr. Kirk Langstrom was working on a serum to help overcome his deafness using bat DNA, because he had no funding he tried it on himself and turn into the Man-Bat.

Jeremy Ratchford: He was great in Cold Case and looks exactly like the character, he also is kind of an unknown so he is perfect...
Harvey Bullock: Harvey Bullock was a well known corrupt cop that took bribes and used police brutality. Bullock later turned a new leaf and formed a close partnership with Renee Montoya and Commissioner Gordon.
axelbratoski: Well, hope you enjoyed and keep tuned to see what I've got in mind for the next time, and for Tony's upcoming casting of Inception...


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