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Bryan Cranston Plays Lex Luthor In Batman Vs. Superman Trailer [Video]

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Bryan Cranston hasn’t officially been cast as Lex Luthor in the new Superman Vs. Batman movie but comic book fans are pretty excited about the possibility. One person even made a trailer for the Men Of Steel sequel showcasing both Ben Affleck as Batman and Cranston as Lex Luthor.

Rumors started circulating earlier this week that Cranston had landed the part of Lex Luthor. Director Zack Snyder is reportedly waiting until after the conclusion of Breaking Bad to make the news official.

Snyder hasn’t started filming the Man Of Steel sequel yet but fan trailers are already making their way to the internet.

YouTube user solyentbrak1·recently posted a trailer featuring Bryan Cranston as Lex Luthor, Ben Affleck as Batman, and Henry Cavil as Superman.

The teaser has nothing to do with the actual movie but it does give a small glimpse at what it would be like to have Cranston playing the super villain. It also gives an unofficial look at Affleck as Batman. The internet can’t decide if Ben will absolutely ruin the new movie or if he’ll set the bar for future Batmans.

What do you think of Ben Affleck playing Batman? Should Bryan Cranston sign on to play Lex Luthor?

Here’s the new unofficial trailer for Superman Vs Batman.

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3 Responses to “Bryan Cranston Plays Lex Luthor In Batman Vs. Superman Trailer [Video]”

  1. Shawn Hunter

    Even this announcement can't get me over the fact that they're choosing Ben "F***ing" Affleck to be the new Batman. This movie is already trash. Who are they going to cast as Wonder Woman, Lindsay Lohan? What a joke this has turned out to be.

  2. Anonymous

    He's not too old, considering that the whole idea for this upcoming M.O.S. II movie is to feature an older (more "later years" version) of Batman. That's why Affleck was picked, and so Bryan Cranston would be the perfect role for a more-senior version of Lex Luthor as well.