Bryan Cranston is the danger. He is the one who knocks. And pretty soon, he might be knocking on Superman's door.
El Mayimbe at Latino-Review.com tweeted some very obvious clues that the "Breaking Bad" star is the man Zack Snyder and Warner Bros. want to play Lex Luthor in the upcoming "Man of Steel" sequel — the same film that puts Kal-El on the Caped Crusader's radar.
Read El Mayimbe's tweets below:
Actor for Lex is so painfully obvious/on the nose, u wouldn't believe me even if I told you. Hell, I don't believe it myself. Take a guess?— elmayimbe (@elmayimbe) August 8, 2013
FANBOY BLIND ITEM: Which superhot actor finishing final season of hit TV show who also was in 2 films for WB is up for juicy badguy part? :)— elmayimbe (@elmayimbe) August 8, 2013
FINAL CLUE FOR Y'ALL FANBOY KNUCKLEHEADS WHO CAN'T TAKE A HINT: This actor played a bad guy (embarrassed that he did) on the POWER RANGERS.— elmayimbe (@elmayimbe) August 8, 2013
All of that adds up to only one man: Cranston, the multiple Emmy-award winning actor who is about to wrap up his epic run as meth cook Walter "Heisenberg" White on "Breaking Bad" beginning this weekend. (Yes, in case you missed it, Cranston did voice multiple villains on "Power Rangers." He admitted as much in this recent interview.)
Obvious? Yes. On the nose? Sure. Really awesome if it's true? You bet.
No telling if anything will come from Mayimbe's scoop, but one can certainly keep those fingers crossed.
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