Jesse Eisenberg has been cast as the Man of Steel's ultimate foe Lex Luthor in Warner Bros ... as it has largely been assumed that Lex would appear in the film. Names like Bryan Cranston and Joaquin Phoenix had been floated …
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Production isn't even slated to begin on Man of Steel 2 until 2014, with release schedule for July 17th, 2015, but with Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck cast as Batman and Superman, fans are hungry to find out who will be playing presumed villain …
It didn't take X-ray vision to see through the rumors, but Bryan Cranston shot down speculation that he was tapped to play Superman arch-nemesis Lex Luthor in the "Man of Steel" sequel and five subsequent movies. "Six [movies]? This is all …
For weeks now speculation about the Batman vs. Superman movie has been focused on the hero side of things. The casting of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman caused a big stir, and rumors since then have pointed to heroes like Green …
Among them is wildly popular "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston. Rumors are pegging the actor to play the Man of Steel's arch nemesis Lex Luthor in the film. Now, Cranston told Metro he'd be interested in the role. "Give me a call," …
The 57-year-old actor has won innumerable acclaim for his seething, complex portrayal of timid science teacher-turned …
Having played chemist-turned-meth kingpin Walter White in the hugely popular drama "Breaking Bad," Bryan Cranston …
time to cast Lex Luthor ... Joker, Luthor is just an ordinary guy, okay he's super intelligent but still ordinary. He's that prick you pass in a suit that would rather spit on a homeless person than give them change. Mark Strong and Bryan …
There's also one other pivotal role that's in question, and that's Superman's arch nemesis Lex Luthor. The villain is rumored to be in the sequel, and last week Mark Strong (Sherlock Holmes, Green Lantern) and Bryan Cranston ("Breaking …
So remember that rumor going around last week about Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston ... like to see Cranston in the role of Lex Luthor, or even James Gordon? Let us know in the Comments! Exit Theatre Mode Max Nicholson is a writer for …
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