Cast the DC universe

Gosh...alot of these choices are just ...painful.

I liked The Question's choice for The Question though.
 
The Question said:
Even my Sandman/Endless stuff? :(

Those are good. I wasnt refering to your choices. I think Fillion may be able to deliver the voice similar to Comb's tone.
 
Thanks. And yeah, I guess I agree with the Question/Fillion thing. But I really wasn't thinking of the voice much when I was thinking of the casting. Also, what did you think of casting Chuck Norris as Richard Dragon? I mean, I know Chuck isn't that great an actor, but he's also pretty much Richard Dragon incarnate.
 
Not sure. Ill have to read more about Dragon first. Is he from the Charleton verse?
 
Nope. Created in DC. Had his own series in the 70s. Acted as The Question's martial arts trainer and source of philisophical wisdome for a while in The Question's DC series.
 
Supergirl (Kara Zor-El) - Evan Rachel Wood

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Darkseid - Michael Clarke Duncan


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Milton Fine (Brainiac) - Adrien Brody

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The Question said:
Nope. Created in DC. Had his own series in the 70s. Acted as The Question's martial arts trainer and source of philisophical wisdome for a while in The Question's DC series.

Okay cool. Ya thats what I meant, hes from the Charleton comics family and the Earth where Charelton heros were from.

I need to read more about the Question. JLU has really brought about a new interest in the character. Im sure 52 will do the same.
 
Crisis Superman said:
Okay cool. Ya thats what I meant, hes from the Charleton comics family and the Earth where Charelton heros were from.

Richard Dragon isn't from Charlton. He's DC, through and though. The Question's DC series was post crisis.

Crisis Superman said:
I need to read more about the Question. JLU has really brought about a new interest in the character. Im sure 52 will do the same.

His solo series is a bit different from JLU. JLU shyed away from his more philisophical and personal aspects.
 
The Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) - James Caviezel

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Carol Ferris - Evangeline Lily

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Sinestro - Jeremy Irons

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The Question said:
Richard Dragon isn't from Charlton. He's DC, through and though. The Question's DC series was post crisis.



His solo series is a bit different from JLU. JLU shyed away from his more philisophical and personal aspects.

Sounds cool. Theres alot of movie potential with him since the Batman flicks dont seem to highlight the detective aspect.
 
Booster Gold: Owen Wilson
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The Flash:Michael Rosenbaum
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Wonder girl: kirsten storms
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BLack Manta: Denzel Washington
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Braniac:Hugo Weaving
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The Creeper: Johnny Knoxville
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Crisis Superman said:
The Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) - James Caviezel

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Carol Ferris - Evangeline Lily

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Sinestro - Jeremy Irons

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All of them are very good choices. :up:
 
I love Jesus for Green Lantern.
 
Dick Grayson (Robin/Nightwing) - Wes Bentley

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Barbara Gordon (Young Batgirl) - Kaylee Defer

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Mister Miracle:Ioan Gruffudd
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MISTER Terrific 2: Terrence Howard
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The Question: Clive Owen
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Scavenger: David Caradine
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Starfire: Jessica Biel
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Wildcat:Micky Rourke
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Supergirl: Alyson Michalka
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Poison Ivy: Kathleen Robertson
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Troia: Lindsay Lohan
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Catwoman (Selina Kyle): Monica Bellucci
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Lohan?



No.



No no no no no.


Just......


No.
 
Crisis Superman said:
Milton Fine (Brainiac) - Adrien Brody

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Wah? :confused:
I assume you're basing this casting decision off of the Smallville version of Brainiac, because Brody looks about as physically opposite as you can get from the actual Milton Fine incarnation of Brainiac.
 
Spike_x1 said:
Wah? :confused:
I assume you're basing this casting decision off of the Smallville version of Brainiac, because Brody looks about as physically opposite as you can get from the actual Milton Fine incarnation of Brainiac.

Im not basing it off the Smallville version. In fact I want to steer clear of it. I think he has the talent to pull off Milton Fine, as least playing the character from the comics (the Carnavalist). Brody has that classic look that works well into Singer's 1930s look for Superman. He also looks like a warped version of Brandon Routh which makes his look interesting on screen with Superman.

Obviously Brainiac, look-wise, should be reworked for the movie. The green-skin, orange bearded classic Brainiac would just look lame and not fit the asthetics of the movie.

Smallville made the mistake of making 'Milton Fine' an alias of Brainiac. In the movie however, Brainiac should be the computer that takes over Fine's body. There is a struggle between man and machine as hes slowly losing his humanity to Brainiac. So yea, thats why I listed the name 'Milton Fine' first...it should focus more on him initially.

The look for Brainiac in this movie should be something original that fits with the backdrop of the movie.
 
I'd have to think about Fillion for Question, but he'd be a great Hal Jordan.
 
Crisis Superman said:
Im not basing it off the Smallville version. In fact I want to steer clear of it. I think he has the talent to pull off Milton Fine, as least playing the character from the comics (the Carnavalist). Brody has that classic look that works well into Singer's 1930s look for Superman. He also looks like a warped version of Brandon Routh which makes his look interesting on screen with Superman.

Obviously Brainiac, look-wise, should be reworked for the movie. The green-skin, orange bearded classic Brainiac would just look lame and not fit the asthetics of the movie.

Smallville made the mistake of making 'Milton Fine' an alias of Brainiac. In the movie however, Brainiac should be the computer that takes over Fine's body. There is a struggle between man and machine as hes slowly losing his humanity to Brainiac. So yea, thats why I listed the name 'Milton Fine' first...it should focus more on him initially.

The look for Brainiac in this movie should be something original that fits with the backdrop of the movie.


That would be a good angle to take it. I always liked the idea of Brainiac never having tasted ir smelled anything before, or been to anything like a baseball game or a movie, so he's facinated with Earth's culture. Doesn't mean he's not going to fulfil his mission of bringing perfect order to the world. Just menas that he revels a bit in the tactile sensations of humanity, and will probably set asided some human comforts to savor once he has remade the world.
 

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