>More subpar talent casting for WB/DC
Solid choice based on what I saw years ago in Gladiator.
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If anyone at DC has two functioning brain cells. They will get Pictured, for Hera, Cheetah, or Cerce.
Lucy Lawless for Cheetah. LUCY FOR CHEETAH
There could not be better casting. Except for maybe Claudia Black.
Truth. This casting was so fucking obvious and DC/WB still managed to fucked it up. Connie Nielsen is cheap, she hasn't done anything of interest in over 15 years (since Gladiator).
> not casting lucy lawless or lynda carter as hippolyta
YOU HAD ONE FUCKING JOB WB
I for one have no problem with this.
Honestly? As much as I agree, I think I'd prefer Lynda as Athena.
>yfw Diana is given advice by Athena
I'd prefer she play a villain. Lucy Flawless has a good sinister streak that's underutilized in the roles she's cast in.
Oh, totally agree. Plus Hera is always pissed off at Zeus's cheating, which would motivate her to retain a youthful exterior compared to Athena. Make her the one behind machinations that just fuck everything up for Hera and Diana. I mean...Christ, they could simplify BAzz's run, and there is your Hera, Hippolyta, Diana, and even Athena cameo at the end.
I think you mean Col. Hardy
May you be be bringing Faora to many climaxes in the Phantom Zone, sir.
No way. You want to do this right, it's got to be Gods and Mortals.
The world in conflict, Ares is fanning the flames, Diana must leave her homeland to stop him.
>Not michelle forbes
You fucking meme scrubs. Lawless is too young too.
I agree. I think you can combine parts of both though. I loved Ares being her mentor. I think it makes any conflict between them much more compelling. I love the threat the emergence of the 4th world of New gods presents to old gods. I'd love Ares fanning the flames to empower himself out of a sense of self-preservation so he is able to withstand the threat more so than just being a mustache twirling baddie.
>Lawless is too young too.
I think you mean too
Lucy Lawless is a dynamite villain.
Deep down we all know she won't be in the movie
/co/ likes to pretend they're lots of things. They like to pretend they're writers, artists, businessmen, directors, cinematographers, costume designers, financial analysts, etc. I don't see how casting director is so out of place.