Wednesday, November 19, 2014

The Flash! As It Should be.

 There has been some chatter at DC Over a Flash Movie. Which is cool, the Flash rocks, great character. It kinda sucks they're doing Barry Allen since he's already on a great T.V. Show. I can't speak for all by CW's The Flash is actually their best show. It's got the characters and story down perfectly. I find it kinda odd that instead of the second most popular Flash, who was getting his own movie at one point (Wally West), they're doing another Barry Allen story. Odder is that they've cast someone pretty young for it. Now I know I'm nitpicking here, I'm actually optimistic to Ezra's take. I just don't see where they came up with him. So in response I did a Fan Cast of the Flash citing my chosen Crew, allowing appropriate spots for the DC Cinematic Guys, but with a cast closer to what I imagine would work.

Executive Producer: An executive producer (EP) enables and backs up the making of a commercial entertainment product. He or she is concerned with management accounting and possibly with associated legal issues (like copyrights or royalties). An EP also contributes to the film's budget, and does not work on set.

David S. Goyer [Notable Works {As A Producer}: Da Vinci's Demons, FlashForward, Blade II]: David is DC's Kevin Feige, which means all projects are gonna have his name, and his approval on them. So he's a necessity in doing any DC Character. He has been attached in someway to the Flash since production even started, and I think his money is as good as anybodies. Fans won't get upset if he's just throwing his money and support and letting the crew do their film.

Executive Producer: An executive producer (EP) enables and backs up the making of a commercial entertainment product. He or she is concerned with management accounting and possibly with associated legal issues (like copyrights or royalties). An EP also contributes to the film's budget, and does not work on set.

Charles Roven [Notable Works: The Dark Knight Trilogy, Man of Steel, Batman vs Superman]: Charles is another dominant force in the fate of the DC Movie Universe. And he's really kept his faith in the genre and is really as good for Flash as a producer as Goyer.

Executive Producer: An executive producer (EP) enables and backs up the making of a commercial entertainment product. He or she is concerned with management accounting and possibly with associated legal issues (like copyrights or royalties). An EP also contributes to the film's budget, and does not work on set.
Zack & Deborah Snyder [Notable Works {As a Producer Teams}: Sucker Punch, 300: Rise of An Empire, Batman v Superman Dawn of Justice]: They're a real life team. Together they make movies and both have seen the rise of the DC Movie Universe and together anything they back is going to happen.

Executive Producer: An executive producer (EP) enables and backs up the making of a commercial entertainment product. He or she is concerned with management accounting and possibly with associated legal issues (like copyrights or royalties). An EP also contributes to the film's budget, and does not work on set.

Wesley Coller [Notable Works: 300, Watchmen, Man Of Steel]: Friend and Co-Collaborater along Zack Snyder, Co-Producer of Cruel and Unusual Films, he would no doubt be part of the team DC, Goyer, and Snyder would assemble to get The Flash Up and Running into theaters.

Producer: Film producers prepare and then supervise the making of a film before presenting the product to a financing entity or a film distributor. They might be employed by a film studio or be independent, yet either way they helm the creative people as well as the accounting personnel.
Geoff Johns [Notable Works {As A Producer}: The Flash {T.V. Series}, Green Lantern, Justice League Flashpoint Paradox]: Geoff has been actively pushing Warner Brother's to bring DC characters to life. Personally he should be the Kevin Fiege of the DCCU. He's got the heart and would definitely get the job done given the chance.

Producer: Film producers prepare and then supervise the making of a film before presenting the product to a financing entity or a film distributor. They might be employed by a film studio or be independent, yet either way they helm the creative people as well as the accounting personnel.

Greg Berlanti [Notable Works {As A Producer}: The Flash {T.V. Series}, Arrow, Green Lantern]: The Hard Work he put forward to get the Flash on T.V. It shows that he has a genuine love of the character. He co-wrote a draft of the film script that almost had the greenlight. He's a force really attempting to bring us a Flash Movie. Keeping him on as producer adds a saftey net allowing the Show to continue on it's own thing as well as let the movie have fun.

Producer: Film producers prepare and then supervise the making of a film before presenting the product to a financing entity or a film distributor. They might be employed by a film studio or be independent, yet either way they helm the creative people as well as the accounting personnel.

Marc Guggenheim [Notable Works {As A Producer}: Arrow, The Flash {T.V. Series}, FlashForward]: Marc as an experienced Comic Book writer, wanted to bring the Flash to the silver screen, with no luck he was able to get the Flash onto the small screen and I think he would be one of the first to jump at the chance to bring The Flash to the Cinema.

Producer: Film producers prepare and then supervise the making of a film before presenting the product to a financing entity or a film distributor. They might be employed by a film studio or be independent, yet either way they helm the creative people as well as the accounting personnel.

Andrew Kriesberg [Notable Works: Arrow, The Flash {T.V. Series}, Warehouse 13]: Like with my Producer Entourage he is another force of encouragement to get the Scarlet Speeder onto the big screen. He's dedicated to get this project done and is welcomed to try/

Production Designer: a production designer or P.D is the person responsible for the overall look of a filmed event such as films, TV programs, video games, music videos or adverts. Production designers have one of the key creative roles in the creation of motion pictures and television. Working directly with the director and producer, they must select the settings and style to visually tell the story.

Alex McDowell [Notable Works: Minority Report, Watchmen, Man of Steel]: His work with the futuristic settings, urban environment and changing landscapes. His work in Man of Steel really set Metropolis apart from every other city in North America, his work on Krypton really brought it to a life on it's own. His work with Central City would be Magnificent.

Costume Designer: A costume designer is a person who designs costumes for a film or stage production. The role of the costume designer is to create the characters and balance the scenes with texture and color, etc.The costume designer works alongside the director, scenic, lighting designer, sound designer, and other creative personnel. The costume designer may also collaborate with hair stylist, wig master, or makeup artist. In European theatre, the role is different, as the theatre designer usually designs both costume and scenic elements.

Michael Kaplan [Notable Works: Blade Runner, Star Trek, Star Trek Into Darkness]: Having started in designing costumes for Blade Runner and going on to design the new uniforms in Star Trek his work was quite interesting. He's got a great grip on distinguishing looks, themes, and designs. The Deep space suits and the space Jump Suits from the recent Star Trek films are just a wonderful reason why he could design a wonderful Flash Movie suit.
Director of Photography: A cinematographer (usually credited with the title director of photography, or DP) is the chief over the camera and lighting crews working on a film and responsible for achieving artistic and technical decisions related to the image. The study and practice of this field is referred to as cinematography.

Andrzej Bartkowiak [Notable Works: Speed, Thirteen Days, Motor City]: As a D.P. He's not well known, but he's done magnificent work, especially in speed. His work as the D.P. Really helped the film stand out. He's magnificent and he needs to work on the Flash.

Film Editor: Film editing is part of the creative post-production process of filmmaking. The term film editing is derived from the traditional process of working with film, but now it increasingly involves the use of digital technology.

David Brenner [Notable Works: The Patriot, Wanted, Man of Steel]: If anyone can edit high-speed bare knuckle fights and transition them with deep emotional drama and stark scientific Police work, Brenner is the man to do it. A wealth of experience has really gotten through his work and he really would do a fantastic job putting together the Flash.

Composer: A film score (also sometimes called film music, background music, or incidental music) is original music written specifically to accompany a film. The score forms part of the film's soundtrack, which also usually includes dialogue and sound effects, and comprises a number of orchestral, instrumental or choral pieces called cues which are timed to begin and end at specific points during the film in order to enhance the dramatic narrative and the emotional impact of the scene in question.

Paul Leonard-Morgan [Notable Works: Love Me Still, Limitless, Dredd]: What set him apart from every other composer I was considering was his work on Dredd. It was otherworldy as a score. It didn't follow any traditional suite, it didn't sound like any other score that came before. His work with Dredd was something that stood out in a movie that stands out from every comic book movie around it. Having Him score the Flash is really wanting to show how unique the character can be.

Screenplay: A screenplay or script is a written work by screenwriters for a film, video game or television program. These screenplays can be original works or adaptations from existing pieces of writing. In them, the movement, actions, expression, and dialogues of the characters are also narrated. A play for television is also known as a teleplay.

Joseph Kosinski[Notable Works {As A Writer}: Oblivion] & Geoff Johns [Notable Works {As A Screenwriter}: Smallville {Certain Episodes}, Arrow {Certain Episodes}, The Flash {Series Pilot}]: Joseph is a great filmmaker with  a strong handle on great characterization and action. Putting that together with Geoff Johns' work as a writer you really get the recipe for the most authentic and true to heart Flash film. No doubt it would be an initial draft by Johns then transition to a final and shooting Draft by both of them put together they would perfect the Flash.

Director: Directors are responsible for overseeing creative aspects of a film under the overall control of the film producer. They often develop the vision for a film and carry out the vision, deciding how the film should look, in other words they make their vision come to life. They are responsible for turning the script into a sequence of shots. They also direct what tone it should have and what an audience should gain from the cinematic experience. Film directors are responsible for deciding camera angles, lens effects and lighting with the help of the cinematographer and set design with the production designer. They will often take part in hiring the cast and key crew members. They coordinate the actors' moves, or blocking and also may be involved in the writing, financing and editing of a film.

Joseph Kosinski [Notable Works: TRON Legacy, Oblivion]: TRON Legacy was a fantastic film. I think that Koepp would really bring the Flash together as a film. He's got great visuals and the work with the Light Cycles on the grid were absolutely fantastic. He has a keen eye for using C.G.I. and how they moved, it would be fantasic to see him working with The Flash.

Dr. Henry Allen [Height: 6' 0" {Estimated}, Age: 30's {At Time of Incarciration}, 50's]: Henry Allen was the husband of Nora Allen and father of Barry Allen. He was a doctor in Fallville, Iowa.When Barry Allen was a child, Nora was murdered and Henry was convicted of the crime. This incident drove his son to become a policeman, in hope of finding the real killer. Henry died in prison a year or two before his son became the Flash.

Neil McDonough [Height: 6' 0", Age: 48, Notable Works: Captain America The First Avenger, Walking Tall, Red 2]: Neil is a fantastic actor, who years ago would've been an amazing Barry Allen. I understand he's connected to Marvel, but he's an actor, he constantly does projects involving DC. He voiced The Flash in Injustice, he Voiced Green Arrow in the DC Showcase short. So honestly I feel confident that he would do an amazing job in a cameo role.

Nora Thompson Allen [Height: 5' 8" {Estimated}, Age: 30's {At time of Death}]: Nora Thompson is the wife of Henry Allen and mother to Barry Allen, who eventually grew up to become the Flash. Her entire history was changed when Professor Zoom went back in time to ruin Barry Allen's life during Rebirth. Instead of living to watch her son become a hero, she was murdered and her husband framed for the crime.

Amanda Peet [Height: 5' 7", Age: 42, Notable Works: The Whole Nine Yards, Martian Child, 2012]: I love Amanda as an actress. She's a true darling and I always saw her as someone who could play a Motherly figure. She would really get the character and leave a lasting impression as Nora.

Young Barry Allen [Height: 4' 5", Age: 10-12]: As a child he watched his Father hauled away by the Central City Police Department, for a murder he knew his father didn't commit.

Dakota Goyo [Height: 5' 5", Age: 15, Notable Works: Real Steel, Thor, Dark Skies]: Dakota is a very intelligent and well rounded child actor. He's someone who could use work and would do a fairly memorable job as a young Barry Allen.

Barry Allen/The Flash [Height: 6' 0", Age: 30's]: Barry Allen is The Flash, the fastest man alive. Using his super-speed powers, he taps into the Speed Force and becomes a costumed crime-fighter. He is a founding member of the Justice League.

Eric Johnson [Height: 6' 2", Age: 34, Notable Works: Flash Gordon, Smallville, Rookie Blue]:, Canadian actor, now in his mid 30's has become my choice for the Fastest Man Alive, understandably this isn't going to happen, as Ezra Miller has officially been cast in the role, but I feel that Johnson is a much more fitting choice. He has look, charm, whit, and intelligence. He would absolutely be a fantastic Barry Allen! In terms of performance he's great, he's got humor, style, and the looks to play perfect Barry, hell he looks dead like the Ivan Reis Draws Barry Allen, He's hilarious and fun to watch, and he's played a hero for a good decade now. He's a great actor, So I could definitely see him getting the role, and he would be a great Barry.

Iris West [Height: 5' 6", Age: 30's]: Iris is a reporter for the Picture News, based in Central City, and the girlfriend of Barry Allen, who is secretly the Flash. Unaware of his secret, Iris often chides Barry for his frequently being late. Eventually, she learns that Barry is not only the city's heroic speedster, but her step-nephew, Wally West, is Kid Flash.

Amanda Raghetti [Height: 5' 9", Age: 31, Notable Works: Friday the 13th, The Mentalist, Angel Blade]: I find her to be a very intelligent and sweet actress. I think she's the right type of actress to play Iris. I think she could nail the role and make her appearance memorable, even more so I think she could make her a less vulnerable and more assertive character.

Wally West [Height: 5' 8" {As A Teenager}, Age: Teens]: Wally West, known as Kid Flash, was acting as the partner to The Flash, when at the age of 15, he was invited to join the Justice League. However he learned, alongside the other sidekicks, that full membership into the League wasn't on the table. He was legally adopted by Barry Allen and Iris West when his father was exposed as a criminal.

Maxim Knight [Height: 5' 3", Age: 15, Notable Works: Falling Skies, Tooth Fairy 2, Slaughter]: I like Maxim, he does well with his performances and he's likeable for a child actor. If kid Flash had to happen I could see Maxim doing it. He's young enough to stick around for a while and if a proper Flash trilogy happened, by the time he would have to step to the plate and take the main of the franchise, he would be experienced and grown enough to really take it own but young enough to handle it for years.

David Singh [Height: 6' 2" {Estimated}, Age: 30's-40's]: David Singh was the director of the crime lab at the Central City Police Department. When he took over, the lab began to emphasize quantity of cases solved over quality, which resulted in the alienation of some longtime scientists, such as Patty Spivot.
Sendhil Ramamurthy [Height: 5' 10", Age: 40, Notable Works: Heroes, Covert Affairs, Beauty and the Beast]: Sendhil does a great job with his performances. It was important to break the all white cast and cast someone who isn't white and who is also a performer worth noting, and Sendhil is a performer that does a decent job. He is the type of actor who would play David Singh and really be memorable at it.
James Forrest [Height: 6' 0" {Estimated}, Age: 40's-50's]: James Forrest is a DNA specialist and colleague of Barry Allen's at the Central City Police Department. Although some of his colleagues, such as Patty Spivot, had left the crime lab due to the politics under the regime of David Singh, Forrest decided to stay on until he retired so that he could collect his pension and sail his yacht.

Lennie James [Height: 5' 9", Age: 49, Notable Works: Lockout, The Walking Dead, Snatch]: Lennie is an actor I think a lot of people like to watch. He's a great actor and he is one that is asked about when he makes an appearance. Like in the Walking Dead, he made a few Appearances: The Pilot and Season 3, and Season 5. And Between those fans constantly asked to see his character again sure, the writing was well done but part of it has to be his performance.

 Darryl Frye [Height: 5' 9"{Estimated}, Age: 50's-60's]: Darryl Frye was a captain in the Central City Police Department. One of his subordinates was police scientist Barry Allen. Darryl Frye was having an extramarital affair with Nora Allen, who was killed shortly after her husband received their divorce papers. Darryl was investigating the scene at her house when a young Barry arrived home. He tried to explain to him that Nora was dead, and the evidence shows that his father killed Nora. Not wanting Nora's child to grow up an orphan, Darryl raised him. Years after Nora's death, Barry still believes that his father is innocent. Struck by lightning, Barry was put on life support, which both Darryl and Henry refused to cut. While Barry was still in a coma, Darryl was promoted to captain at Barry's precinct and told him about it, wanting "family" to hear. He begs for Barry to wake up soon, not wanting to go through the same pain of losing another loved one, once again reminded of how much he misses Nora.

Peter Weller [Height: 6' 0", Age: 67, Notable Works: Robocop, Robocop 2, Screamers]: Weller is a cop actor legend, He dominated childhoods as Robocop. And casting him as Barry's Surrogate father felt right. He's got a strong commanding voice and performance and he also has a very sentimental side. Weller would be perfect for this role.

Patty Spivot [Height: 5' 8" {Estimated}, Age: 30's]: Patty Spivot was the part-time lab assistant to police scientist Barry Allen in Central City. One day, she was nearly bathed in experimental chemicals when lightning struck the crime lab. However, Barry whisked her to safety at superspeed. During the incident, Barry had a brief daydream about what would have happened had he not been there. In it, Patty gained superspeed and adopted the identity Ms. Flash.

Jenna Fischer [Height: 5' 5", Age: 40, Notable Works: The Office, Blades of Glory, Hall Pass]: She was strongly considered for Iris, and I wanted to, but I just couldn't see her completely in the role. As Patty Spivot she works amazingly. Her performance really fits with the type of character that Patty is and it'd be fun to see on the big screen.

Daniel West/Reverse Flash [Height: 6' 0" {Estimate}, Age: 30's-40's]: Daniel West's mother died giving birth to him, and his father, William, never forgave him, becoming an abusive alcoholic. His sister Iris protected and supported him until the day that his father went too far, and an angry Daniel pushed him down the stairs, crippling him for life. When he realized that Iris' opinion of him would change forever as a result of those actions, Daniel ran away from home, blaming his father for what happened, instead of himself. By the time he was eighteen, he had fallen in with a fast crowd, and became a small-time thug, all while trying to mend his relationship with Iris, who resented him for leaving her with their paraplegic father. His first big score was thwarted by The Flash, and wound up in prison for 5 years. When he got out of prison, Daniel found that Iris still wasn't ready to make amends with him, and while he struggled to make it on his own, he was captured by Gorillas when they attacked the Gem Cities. While he was rescued by the Rogues, when he learned that they still intended to rob those they'd saved, he attempted to escape, and crashed into Dr. Elias' stolen monorail car, which was powered by a Speed Force battery. The accident imbued him with the ability to turn back time, but that power was dependent on the Speed Force charge in the battery.

Ethan Hawke [Height: 5' 10", Age: 44, Notable Works: Daybreakers, Training Day, The Purge]: Ethan is a good actor and I imagine a lot of people wanted to cast him in comic book roles and It's easy to see that many roles just don't fit him. I think this is a role that does fit him. It let's him tap into areas that are very different it challenges him and allows him play a villain which is something that would help him stand out.

 Leonard Snart/Captain Cold [Height: 6' 2", Age: 40's]: Leonard Snart is the thief Captain Cold, and the on-again off-again leader of the Rogues. While leading the Rogues, Leonard grew increasingly frustrated that their high-tech weaponry was not enough to prevent the Flash from thwarting their every attempt at crime. The Rogues' rule against killing didn't help deal with the problem. After a failed robbery, Leonard angrily pinned the blame on The Trickster.

Jeffrey Donovan [Height: 6' 0", Age: 46, Notable Works: Burn Notice, J. Edger, Touching Evil]: Jeffrey is an actor who seems like he's born to play a BMF. He's a wonderful actor but he has a sinister aura about him that really attracts the idea of casting him as a villain with a moral code. It gives him something new to work for.

Dr. Darwin Elias [Height: 6' 0"{Estimated}, Age: 40's]: Dr. Darwin Elias is a very wealthy and intelligent, dedicated researcher and inventor in his field of science, hoping to use his discoveries to change the world. At one point, Dr. Elias approached a drunken Captain Cold and offered him the opportunity to be able to stand against someone with super-human powers. He convinced Leonard to let Rogues use his genome re-coder to attain superpowers, unwittingly giving them the curse of the powers of their gadgets.

Chris Messina [Height: 5' 9", Age: 40, Notable Works: Argo, Devil, Ruby Sparks]: Chris is an out of the box type of actor. He brings really fresh mannerisms to his character. I loved his performance in Argo and I think he would do a fantastic job as Darwin.

Mick Rory/Heatwave [Height: 5' 11", Age: 40's]: Heat Wave is a pyromaniac super-villain and enemy to the Flash, a founding member of the Rogues. His handheld flamethrower produces enough heat to melt the Flash's boots.

Scott Adkins [Height: 5' 11", Age: 38, Notable Works: Ninja, The Expendables 2, Assassination Games]: I felt like more could be done with Heatwave. He's a character that seems limited to his power and I wanted to put Scott in here because he's a talented person. I think he can add a physical dimension to Heatwave that would be new, give the character a type of Martial-Art that is very pyrokenetic oriented and it would be something new to see.

Samuel Scudder/Mirror Master [Height: 5' 10", Age: 40's]: Samuel Scudder was a convict working at a mirror factory when he accidentally mixed in the wrong chemical in a mirror. Even though the foreman told him to throw it out, Scudder discovered the mirror seemed to have developed special properties. He studied the mirror and learned how to create mirrors that could create a variety of effects. Scudder devised a costume and named himself Mirror Master. He used a mirror to create duplicates of other people to commit crimes for him. The Flash (Barry Allen) investigated these crimes and defeated the Mirror Master.

Toby Stephans [Height: 5' 11", Age: 45, Notable Works: Die Another Day, Black Sails, The Machine]: Toby is one hell of an actor. He's making waves in Black Sails, his reputation as an actor has been pretty stellar. He's got a great way about him and his talent as an actor is really perfect for this role.

James Jesse/The Trickster [Height: 6' 0", Age: 30's-40's]: James Jesse was born to the Flying Jesses, famous circus performers. He, however, was afraid of heights, and preferred reading stories of Western criminal Jesse James. He invented air-walker shoes to get rid of his acrophobia, and this led to his fame as an aerialist at the circus. However, he wanted more excitement, and became the Rogues Gallery member, the Trickster.

Andrew Scott [Height: 5' 8", Age: 38, Notable Works: Sherlock, Dead Bodies, The Scapegoat]: Andrew is a fantastic performer. His Moriarty took a bit to get used to but when you got what he was going for you enjoyed it. Andrew as a Trickster is casting to talent, that let's talent motivate themselves. Scott would really strive to make The Trickster a different character than any he's done before.

Axel Walker/The Trickster [Height: 5' 7", Age: 20's-30's]: While the first Trickster was working for the F.B.I., teenager Axel Walker stole all of Jesse's gadgets and shoes and became the new Trickster. He joined Blacksmith's Network and destroyed files from Goldface and Hunter Zolomon for her. He was also given new "toys" in addition to James' originals. After the defeat of Blacksmith, He was offered to join the new Rogues led by Captain Cold, and accepted. He remained with the new Rogues until the "reformed" Rogues attempted to stop Cold. While the two Tricksters were fighting, the Top gave Jesse's memory back. The original Trickster then defeated his successor, throwing him into a dumpster and telling him never to become the Trickster again.

Matthew Gray Gubler [Height: 6' 1", Age: 34, Notable Works: Batman Assault on Arkham, Criminal Minds, Life After Beth]: I cast Matthew on the idea that any Flash Movie would be set about 5 years established, with Flash it's better to hit the ground running and With Axel as a trickster he needs to be older. I think Matthew is that type of actor that has always strived to play a fun Lunatic and I think Axel would help him take a step in the right direction. I think after his take on Riddler, this would be a role fans would love to see him in.

Mark Mardon/Weather Wizard [Height: 6' 1", Age: 30's-40's]: Weather Wizard is a super-villain with the ability to manipulate weather using a wand. Enemy to The Flash, he is a member of the notorious Rogues. Mardon obtained his signature wand when he murdered his beloved brother while on the run from the law.

Jamie Bamber [Height: 5' 9", Age: 41, Notable Works: Battlestar Galactica, Razor, Law And Order U.K.]: I like Jamie, he's got a very proper way about him. Something different but I think he could play this weather wizard who sees himself as a very proper and very well oriented person. It's easy to Imagine Jamie in the role and to see him switch from anger to proper in the flip of switch would be amazing.

Digger Harkness/Captain Boomerang [Height: 5' 9", Age: 30's]: Digger Harkness is a violent thug from Australia who uses a variety of high-tech boomerangs to commit crimes and fight the Flash. This has made him a member of the violent Rogues gallery.

Jason Clarke [Height: 6' 2", Age: 45, Notable Works: Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Zero Dark Thirty, Lawless]: I love him in DOTPOTA and I loved him in Lawless and since seeing that performance I wanted to see him play a villain. I think Captain Boomerang has enough comedic vaulue and characterizational banter that makes the character a good fit for him, it let's him really bring out a darker side that reflects maybe darker parts of Jason's personality, maybe even a therapeutic transition for him.

Michael Christian Amar/Murmur [Height: 5' 8", Age: 40's-50's]: Dr. Michael Amar, once a respected surgeon, went crazy and started a killing spree to stop the voices in his head. This spree went through Central City and Keystone City and caught the eye of police officers Fred Chyre and Joe Jackam. They later tracked Amar down with help from the Flash and Amar was convicted and sentenced to death. It was soon discovered that Amar's blood was so abnormal that lethal injection could not kill him. Later, in Iron Heights, Amar cut out his own tongue and sewed his mouth shut, becoming the killer known as Murmur.

Christopher Heyerdahl [Height: 6' 4", Age: 51, Notable Works: Supernatural, Sanctuary, Hell On Wheels]: His performance on Supernatural would be the biggest reason why I chose him. As Alastair he played this well respected demon who is completely homocidal. And I think it's a dimension that relates to Murmur's character and Chris, despite his age, is the right actor and right person to really bring it out.

Gorilla Grodd [Height: 6' 6", Age: Unknown]: Gorilla Grodd is an evil super-intelligent gorilla with incredible strength and agility. His arch-nemesis is The Flash. Born in Gorilla City, he gained his powers through exposure to a meteorite that also affected the heroic King Solovar.

Chiwetel Ejiofor [Height: 5' 10", Age: 37, Notable Works: 12 Years A Slave, Serenity, American Gangster]: Chiwetel's performance in Serenity as the villain was intriguing especially for a villain, while his character was more akin to Captain Cold, he needs to play Grodd. He's got this intelligent mannerism about him that is unique. I imagine that he could play a very Hannibal Lecter-esq styled Gorilla Grodd and seeing that would be very very unique.

Eobard Thawn/Professor Zoom [Height: 5' 11", Age: 30's-40's]: Professor Zoom, also known as Reverse-Flash is the arch-nemesis of the Flash. He is a twisted sociopathic criminal with a brilliant mind and super-speed. Eobard Thawne was born in the 25th Century and travels through time to do battle with his most hated enemy. He has also been a member of the Secret Society of Super-Villains.

Desmond Harrington [Height: 5' 10", Age: 38, Notable Works: Dexter, The Hole, The Dark Knight Rises]: A strong actor best known as Joey Quinn on Showtime's once Unstoppable program: Dexter. He's a strong actor that has played many good guys in bad situations. If he was a fat guy he'd have beena  perfect Harvey Bullock. Truth is he is a great actor that I myself haven't seen really let loose and go insange. He's a strong actor, he's a fun actor and would certainly be perfect for the role.

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