I'd prefer if they just recast again. Everything they hasn't been apart of the MCU should just be recasted/rebooted.
I actually agree it's been 9 years, it's been more than long enough. I love Wesley snipes and wouldn't mind him reprising the role, but the last movie was so poorly done I'd rather just start fresh. I think it's time we see a different version of Blade one that's played differently from Snipes and all that. It's really no fun to only see one guy play the same role for like 20 years *cough* Hugh Jackman *cough* *ahem*
@kfabz-23: *shrugs* I guess. I mean, I don't really like Arrow and I think DD style is a bit different from the way I expect to see Batman fight in any incarnation of the character. He did too much of those kicks where he flips in there and spins before he brings his foot down on top of the head, it looks good for daredevil because his character is know for more acrobatic fighting but it's like wasted movement for a character like Batman. I agree with you on that, but it's not so much about Affleck's size for me. If it were up to me there would be some other option, but as far as those on the list I thought Blade was the best one.
I don't mind Man of Steel. The only problem I had was Jonathan Kent.
What about it? What I didn't like is how he held his hand up to clark like "No, dont save me." like wtf was the point of that. If he was gonna die there could've been a better way than that.
He should have died of a medical condition. It would prove that Superman is not God; he cannot save everybody, despite all of his power. It would be humbling.
What's worse is I think that's what they were going for. The whole "he cant save everybody thing" and that's why he chose not to let Clark save hime (stupid). Even though it was completely within Clark's ability to save him. It would've made his character much easier to empathize with than simply standing by and watching a loved one get killed just because they said "no". Me: "Yea like I'm gonna listen to that bs, I'm savin you whether your want me to or not!"
Sad part is Snipes is the only real martial artist out of the bunch, and the stunt coordinators on that movie included Donnie Yen, Snipes himself, and the stunt director from the Rurouni Kenshin Live Action film, Kenji Tanigaki.