Discussion in 'Man of Steel' started by Thread Manager, Apr 25, 2011.
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Good suggestion. He's a solid character actor that has appeared in a lot of stuff, but isn't so recognizable that people would just be thinking "That's ___ playing Perry."
I've done this before, but I figured it couldn't hurt to put together an updated cast for the Asylum mockbuster version that will inevitably come out...
MAN OF IRON
Directed by C. Thomas Howell
Captain Super/Mark Brent: Griff Furst
Doris Dane: Kristanna Loken
Admiral Dodd: Richard Grieco
Dex *****er: Billy Zane
Brainattack: Judd Nelson
Femora: Patricia Velásquez
Jamie Wilson:Chris Chatman
Harry Wright: Bruce Boxleitner
Joseph Brent: Greg Evigan
Mara Brent: Deedee Pfieffer
Or-Jel: C. Thomas Howell
Rala-Jel: Claire Forlaini
Wasn't Howell cast in the very important part of Ray in the Spider-Man reboot? About time the character was done justice.
Rowsdower, while I appluad your effort, this is the real Asylum cast -
Brian Krause as Supreme-Man / Greg Bant, the Man of Yesterday!
Billy Zane as Lar Lunghoar, criminal mastermind!
Brooke Burns as Lucy Lines, Supreme-Man's love and The Weekly Orb's top reporter!
Lance Henriksen as Berry Baise, the editor in chief of The Weekly Orb!
Matthew Lillard as Tommy Joelsen, The Weekly Orb's youngest reporter!
Christopher Lambert as Mindthrad, an evil alien with only one thing on his mind - destruction!
C. Thomas Howell as Zar-Hel, Supreme-Man's father!
That'll be the names anyway after that ****ing family get the rights back
Supreme-Man is the mysterious last survivor of the Zyroptonians, a race of advanced aliens with supreme powers destroyed by the ruthless alien warlord Mindthrad. In the last moments of Zyropton, Supreme-Man's father Zar-Hel teleported him to the future - our present - as Greg Brant, ace reporter of Utopia City's Weekly Orb, run by Barry Beise. There, Supreme-Man befriends young reporter Tommy Joelsen and falls in love with his co-worker Lucy Lines.
But things won't be as easy for Supreme-Man! Criminal mastermind Lar Lunghoar finds Mindthrat and they strike a devilish alliance to take over the entire Universe, and Supreme-Man is the only one that can stop them! But can he survive the horrible weapons created by Lunghoard, based on the metal Zyroptonite, the only thing that can cut through Supreme-Man's invulnerable skin?
Find out at The Asylum's Supreme-Man.
anyone suggested tom hanks for perry white?
Henry Cavill - Clark Kent
Amy Adams - Lois Lane
Diane Lane - Martha Kent
Kevin Costner - Johnathan Kent
Michael Shannon - General Zod
Noomi Rapace - Faora
Michael Arangano - Jimmy Olsen
Chiwetel Ejiofor - Ron Troupe
Alice Eve - Cat Grant
Alec Baldwin - Perry White
Hanks is not that active anymore, and since this isn't a Ron Howard or Robert Zemeckis project, I doubt he would do it. He would be a great choice though.
Well this will be DC's replacement format
I love Tom Hanks, but we may be delving into "too-big-for-the-role" category. If they were going with Hanks, I would only see it working if it was a very small, fast appearance or two; a cameo almost. If Perry has any serious time in the flick though, I vote no.
For reference, Perry's screen time in SR would be too much for me for Hanks.
^ Like I said, he wouldn't do it anyway.
Brilliant! But... you must have The Grieco in there somewhere. It would just be too awesome.
Plus... he needs money for food and crack.
Grieco can be Aluminiumo.
Love this cast, who would you pick for Steve Lombard?
i was thinking Josh Holloway for Lombard personally
Danny McBride as Steve Lombard. Accept no substitutes.
That actually is a brilliant suggestion. Holloway could come off as someone kind of arrogant and someone Lois could be mildly attracted to if it weren't for Superman, or the fact that he's such a meat head(making him a decent foil for Clark)
I see what you mean with Danny McBride, and I think he would be hilarious. However, he would almost come off as a harmless buffoon that Clark wouldn't have to think twice about.
Holloway can go die. And a big no thanks to Danny McBride.
I see no logic in Danny McBride either.
Shut up, you.