Lex Luthor

  1. Entertainment

    Zack Snyder Knows You’re Pissed About Batman vs. Superman, Thinks the Script Would Change Your Mind

    Man of Steel's Batman vs. Superman sequel just can't catch a break. First it was Ben Affleck playing Batman, then people were angry about Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, and then it was announced that Jesse Eisenberg would play Lex Luthor. Zack Snyder thinks fans would understand if they knew the script.

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    Details on Jesse Eisenberg’s Lex Luthor Confirm Fan Hopes for the Casting Choice

    People have a lot of mixed feelings about Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor, because Hollywood is a democracy that takes the opinions of the Internet into account when they make their casting choices.* (*That is actually not at all how movies work.) Latino Review got some specifics on Eisenberg's Luthor, and he sounds perfect for it.

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  3. Entertainment

    Here’s Animated Lex Luthor Overdubbed With Jesse Eisenberg’s Voice [VIDEO]

    Yesterday, we found out that Jesse Eisenberg has been cast as Lex Luthor in Zack Snyder's upcoming Batman vs. Superman flick. We weren't the only people struggling with this announcement (most of us were expecting Heisenberg, not Eisenberg), so Jacky Timish has kindly created a video dubbing Eisenberg's voice over the animated Luthor.

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  4. Entertainment

    Bryan Cranston Might Play Lex Luthor, So Maybe There’s Hope After All [Rumor]

    Regardless of what you feel about the Man of Steel sequel or the decision to cast Ben Affleck as Batman, you'll be happy to hear that there are pretty strong rumors that Bryan Cranston of Breaking Bad has been cast as Lex Luthor. Holy God, that's all I've ever wanted out of anything.

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  5. Entertainment

    5 Stars, Would Elect In Real Life: Our Favorite Fictional Presidents

    It's just about over, folks. You're one day away from not having to see another political ad for nearly 24 months. Now that you've made your voice heard -- you did vote, didn't you? -- for the candidates of your choice, take a moment to sit back and reminisce about some of the Presidents that the world of geekdom has given us. After all, participating in a democracy is tiring work, and you've earned a break today of all days. If you're not done telling people how you think things should be done, though, by all means, let us know what Commanders-in-Chief you think should or shouldn't be on this list, either in the comments or on our Facebook page. It may not be your civic duty or anything, but we always want to hear what you think.

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  6. Entertainment

    SuperHarmony, the Dating Site for Heroes and Villains

    Are you lonely? Looking for a special someone? Are you also ok with tights-wearing crime fighters or amoral megalomaniacs bent on world domination and/or life of crime? Friends, SuperHarmony is the site for you. And let's face it, it's been a long time coming. Some of these guys and gals have been doing the whole lone-wolf thing since the '40s. After sixty years of the isolation that comes with responsibility, or a life of meaningless sex that only serves to inflate your established sense of power and superiority over other humans, these folks deserve some down time. Time to "chillax." It's great to see tools like this finally emerging in the information age, bringing real happiness to some really super people. And superheroes and villains aren't the only ignored demographic finally finding love, as SeaCaptainDate plows the uncharted waters of the final dating frontier.

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  7. Entertainment

    Peachy Keen! Death of the Endless to Appear in Action Comics #894

    I've never bought an issue of Action Comics before, but that's all set to change. October's issue is going to have a very special guest star: Death herself.  And yes, according to The Source, Neil Gaiman approves. Death is the second oldest of the Endless, and a major character in Neil Gaiman's Sandman, which, though neither Vertigo or DC mention it very often, is a part of the DC Universe.  Apparently, she has a date with Lex Luthor.

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    Twilight Vampire Tops Out The Forbes Fictional 15

    Nowhere have the sparkly claws of Twilight failed to secure their grasp, for this week Forbes published their yearly Fictional 15, a compilation of the fifteen richest fictional people in current pop culture. Carlisle Cullen, the nearly 400-year-old patriarch of the Cullen family is the richest fictional person in the world with a net worth of $34.1 billion.

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  9. Entertainment

    4 Big Things We Learned About Batman 3 From Christopher Nolan’s Superman 1 Interview

    Geoff Boucher has an interview with Christopher Nolan about his Superman project in today's LA Times where the acclaimed director very carefully says absolutely nothing of substance about his Superman project.

    Asked if Superman as a franchise has to overcome a deficiency of truly great villains, unlike, say, Spider-Man and Batman, he won’t bite. “That’s a very sly way of asking a question I’m not going to answer.”

    Touché, Mr. Nolan, touché.  However, he did say a number of definitive things about his third Batman movie, which is currently in the script-writing stage:

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