Hollywood Movies that have the Best Superhero Casting


Most of you will definitely admit the fact that most of the superheros of Hollywood movies are the favourites to many kids, youngsters as well as adults.

The fact the way the filmmakers have given real touch to these filmy superheros have been the household names in most of the countries around the globe, last but not the least special effects played a key role too.

We grew up watching cartoons and reading comics of these guys and now we see them in Live-Action movies, and the MCU is the biggest achievement of Hollywood, to make intricately linked, awesomely directed movies that are to be tied together in the final crescendo of Infinity Wars, a continuity that began in 2008 and will likely end in 2019 or even beyond, that is just fantastic.

In terms of casting, it seems that people are really doing a fine job, we have seen perfect castings in the recent movies, albeit there are a few castings that were perfected earlier. I haven’t mentioned Christian Bale, Christopher Reeves or Paul Rudd as we’d agree they are already great.

Jackie Earle Haley as Rorschach (character) — Watchmen (2009 movie) Credit- Quora

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Yes, you might not see his face for more than a few seconds, but Earle’s menacing Rorschach managed to perfectly translate the character from the book to the screen. His gravelly voice brought the distressed font and speech bubbles from the comic to life, and I think they couldn’t have found a better man for the part that this Oscar nominee.

Ron Perlman as Hellboy —in Hellboy (2004 movie) & Hellboy II: The Golden Army (2008 movie) Credit- Quora

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Again, another role with a hidden face, but no one else could pull off Hellboy the way Perlman did. He has the giant head yes, but his attitude and demeanor really brought the character to life onscreen.

X-Men: First Class (2011)

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(The Main Cast: Michael Fassbender - James McAvoy - Rose Byrne - Jennifer Lawrence - January Jones - Nicholas Hoult - Lucas Till) Credit- Quora

Matthew Vaughn’s Sixties-set prequel to the then-floundering X-Men franchise reminded cinema-goers why they’d fallen in love with the troupe of super-mutants in the first place. From its loopy period trim (the sets and costumes are worthy of Connery-era Bond) to the history-bending storyline and cool camaraderie of its niftily-selected cast, the whole thing ripples with wit. Few blockbusters with ambitions so expansive feel this light on their feet.

Hulk (Marvel character) in Hulk (film), The Incredible Hulk (film), The Avengers (2012 film) and Avengers: Age of Ultron Credit- Quora

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The Hulk had the most memorable moment of Marvel's The Avengers but until that point he had never really made his mark in movies. Despite its reputation, dubbed as a "Hero: Not for Film", the Ang Lee movie, Hulk (2003) in 2003 wasn’t bad. Eric Bana wasn’t a bad Bruce Banner. But it was just that, not bad or no better! The next movie, The Incredible Hulk (2008) was better and Edward Norton was actually really good. 

Liam Neeson (actor) as Darkman Credit- Quora

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Long before his Spider-Man trilogy, Sam Raimi flexed his creative muscles on a superhero of his own creation: a scarred scientist played by Liam Neeson who’s hunting the scumbags who set his face on fire. Made by Raimi between Evil Dead II and Army of Darkness, it’s a wild and scuzzy funhouse of a film – pulp fiction to its core.

Lynda Carter as Wonder Woman (DC character) Credit- Quora

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She's easily the most famous female superhero of all time, and most important, she's doing it on her own. She's Wonder Woman, and she's been a solo superhero since her first DC Comics appearance in 1941. But the best-known depiction of Wonder Woman has to be the Lynda Carter version, which first premiered 40 years ago this week: on Nov. 7, 1975.

Spider-Man (creative franchise) Credit- Quora

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Thanks to the arrival of The Amazing Spider-Man (2012 movie) in theaters, however, a new debate has arisen: Tobey Maguire (actor) or Andrew Garfield (actor)? Both have gotten terrific marks and fan appreciation for their performances, but who makes the best on-screen web-slinger?

Chris Hemsworth (actor) as Thor (Marvel character) Credit- Quora

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The thing is, the casting was by far pretty damn perfect though, that the kind-of-O.K. aspects of Thor (2011 movie) have the effect of making it more depressing, rather than less. The movie cannot be an interesting, appalling train wreck because it lacks the spoiled grandeur of ambition gone off the rails. But yet didn't quite failed to make it seemingly, live, charming & emotionally satisfying and thus one of the best superhero movie of this era. On the contrary, the absolute and unbroken mediocrity of “Thor” is evidence of its success.

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