ByDark Hellsing, writer at Creators.co
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Dark Hellsing

I loved the first Spider-Man back in 2002 and I hated Spider-Man 2&3 (ESPECIALLY Spider-Man 3!), and had mixed emotions over The Amazing Spider-Man. I'm not very excited for the second one because of the casting and this reboot went in bad direction. I would've skipped the origin story.

Directed by: David Fincher.

Jean Luc- Bilodeau as Peter Parker/Spider-Man.

Known for: Ill Fated (2004), Kyle X-Y (2005 - 2008), and Baby Daddy (2012 - Present).

Role: The main protagonist of the franchise. He becomes the photographer of the Daily Buggle in the second movie.

Reason: I've heard Zac Efron and Robert Pattinson and my god those are AWFUL choices and cannot act. After watching Kyle X-Y, Jean could be funny, emotional, geeky and cool at the same time which is what you need for Spider-Man.

Meryl Streep as Aunt May.

Known for: Adaptation (2001), The Hours (2002), and The Devil Wears Prada (2005).

Role: Peter's Aunt.

Reason: She's a great actress so she would work.

Jon Voight as Uncle Ben.

Known for: Mission Impossible (1996), Holes (2003), and National Treasure (2004).

Reason: He's a wonderful actor and he would nail this role.

Emma Roberts as Gwen Stacy.

Known for: Blow (2001), Valentine's Day (2010), and We're The Millers (2013).

Role: Peter Paker's love interest and dies in the second film.

Reason: Before you give me shit, just hear me out. Emma Stone should've been Mary Jane instead. Look the acting is less important. The fitting is far more important.

Emma Stone as Mary Jane Watson.

Known for: Super Bad (2007), The Help (2011) and Gangster Squad (2013).

Role: Peter's second love interest and becomes Peter's girlfriend after Gwen dies.

Reason: I personally she'd make a much better Mary Jane than Gwen Stacy. She'd blown Kirsten Dunst out of the water.

Anton Yelchin as Harry Osborn.

Known for: Terminator Salvation (2009), Star Trek (2009), and Star Trek: Into Darkness (2013).

Reason: After watching Terminator Salvation he would nail this role.

Lisa Edelstein as Betty Brant.

Known for: Superman The Animated Series (1996 - Present), As Good as It Gets (1997), and House (2004 - 2012).

Role: JJJ's female assistant.

Reason: Well she fits the role okay.

Hugh Laurie as J. Jonah Jameson.

Known for: Stewart Little (1999), Family Guy (2001 - 2009), and House (2004 - 2012).

or

R. Lee Ermey as J. Jonah Jameson.

Known for: Full Metal Jacket (1987), Se7en (1996) and Saving Silverman (2001).

or

Kurthwood Smith as J. Jonah Jameson.

Known for: Robocop (1987), Broken Arrow (1996), and That 70s Show (1998 - 2005)

Role: The editor of The Daily Buggle.

Reasons: Ermey was supposed to be Jameson in the cancelled James Cameron's Spider-Man. Granted he might be too old, but who cares. I can't choose between these three. All three were born to play this role.

Laurence Fishburne as Robbie Robertson.

Known for: Event Horizon (1997), The Matrix (1999) and Mystic River (2003).

Role: JJJ's Male assistant.

Reason: Who cares if he's Perry White. He would rock this role.

Mark Harmon as Captain George Stacy.

Known for: Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1999), Freaky Friday (2002), and NCIS (2003 - Present).

Role: Police Officer and Gwen Stacy's father. Dies in the third film.

Reason: I didn't mind Leary, but he was just a little too young for me. Harmon would be perfect role and would totally crush it.

Jeff Goldblum as Dr. Curt Connors/The Lizard.

Role: Scientist at Oscorp.

Known for: The Fly (1986), Jurassic Park (1993) and Independence Day (1996).

Reason: Ifans was terrible in this role. I've heard him for Norman Osborn, but honestly I don't think he would fit that role. After watching The Fly Golblum would own this role. This role was made for him.

Phillip Seymour Hoffman as Dr. Otto Octavius/Doctor Octopus.

Known for: Punch Drunk Love (2002), Mission Impossible III (2005), and Hunger Games Catching Fire (2013).


Reason: I'm personally not fan of Hunger Games and Mission Impossible III, but he played a very evil character in those films and he's a great actor. I think he'd be a meaner and more intimidating Doc Ock than Alfred Molina.

Brock Lensar as Eddie Brock/Venom.

Known for: WWF/E.

Reason: He's actually beast and looks like him from the comics unlike Topher Grace.

Michael C. Hall as Cletus Cassady/Carnage.

Known for: Six Feet Under (2001), Dexter (2006 - 2013) and Gamer (2009).

Reason: I was originally gonna go with Robert Knepper, but I think he would make a better Joker or Jigsaw (Punihser villain). Then I thought of Michael C. Hall. If you watch Dexter or Gamer. He was born to play this role.

Aaron Paul as Maxwell Dillon/Electro.

Known for: Breaking Bad (2008 - 2013), Last House On The Left (2009), and Need For Speed (2013).

Reason: AARON PAUL SHOULD'VE BEEN ELECTRO. NOT JAMIE FOX!! After watching Breaking Bad he was born to play this role.

John Malkovich as Adrian Tooms/The Vulture.

Known for: In The Line Of Fire (1993), Con Air (1997) and Being John Malkovich (1999).

Reason: Al ready said.

Arnold Volsoo as Quentin Beck/Mysterio.

Known for: Hard Target (1993), The Mummy (1999), and The Mummy Returns (2002).

Role: One of Norman Osborn and Dr. Connor's henchmen.

Reason: It's an odd idea, but after watching The Mummy I think he'd do a great job.


Gary Sinise as Norman Osborn/The Green Goblin.

Known for: Of Mice and Men (1992), Apollo 13 (1995), and Mission To Mars (2000).

Role: Second Movie Villain

Reason: This was so hard for me to think of because Willem Dafoe was SO PERFECT FOR THE PART,and the only villain I liked in the Raimi series (Hell I would cast him again). I've casted both Jason Isaacs and Bryan Cranston, but none are perfect and I always keep changing it. After watching Sinise as bad guy, he would perfect for both Norman Osborn and Green Goblin. He play charismatic and play cold calculating evil father to Harry/corrupt bushiness man criminal mastermind personality. He even looks the part. CHRIS COOPER IS TOO OLD. Gary Sinise should've gotten the part.

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