Bryan Cranston was long rumored for the part of Lex Luthor - the villainous antagonist to Superman. Despite the gravitas and sheer talent he would have brought to the role, they gave it to Jesse Eisenberg. Uh, we wanted HEISENBERG, Zack Snyder, not EISENBERG. Bryan Cranston has already proved he has the menacing glare, the acting ability, and the "looking cool with a shaved head"-ness that the role of Luthor requires.
"I am the night"? Psh - try "I AM THE DANGER!" Bryan Cranston could act circles around Ben "Gigli" Affleck. Even when the two shared scenes in Argo, it became clear that Affleck was desperately out of his league next to the Cran-man. Bryan Cranston as Walter White was pretty much Batman already - the voice, the brutal doling out of justice, and - hell - he even had his own Robin in Jesse Pinkman. The true dark knight is Bryan Cranston.
I know, I know - it's unconventional to recast a lead role for a sequel, but Henry Cavill is simply such a poor fit for Superman, especially when compared to the IRL Superman: Bryan Cranston. Superman's supposed to inspire hope and be a symbol of goodness to the world. Only Bryan Cranston is capable of such transcendence. Plus his junk would look HELLA good in that Superman suit.
Let's face it - Gal Gadot simply doesn't have the acting experience necessary to play Princess Diana of Themyscira. She doesn't have the raw feminine strength, the grace, and the Amazonian beauty required for Wonder Woman. The only person truly fit for such an iconic role is none other than the original WW - Walter White. Plus his boobs would look HELLA good in that Wonder Woman bustier.
COME ON, he's just so good. Did you see Breaking Bad? I mean - DAMN, right? He brings it. He just BRINGS it. Malcolm's in the middle but Bryan Cranston is on the fucking TOP.