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  1. Superhero Movie Rumor Round-up: Lex Luthor and The Avengers are Getting “New Looks”

    Not in the same film, though. That's be weird.

    Whether you're gathering a highly trained team of superheroes or stealing as many as 40 cakes (and that's terrible), choosing the right look for yourself is an important part of the process. The Internet's been awash with a lot of costuming rumors for both Age of Ultron and Batman V. Superman, so let's dive right in, shall we? Spoilers all around, of course. You've been warned!

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  2. Jesse Eisenberg Answers Actual Questions about His Lex Luthor

    Faster than a speeding bullet!

    Warner Bros. is keeping much of its Man of Steel sequel under wraps, barring the release of a picture or two. But actors gotta act, and then they gotta do press junkets, so Jesse Eisenberg, hired on to play the mastermind Lex Luthor, is being peppered with questions to answer as best he can.

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  3. David Goyer Thinks It’s A Mistake To Listen To Comic Book Fans, Jesse Eisenberg Can’t Talk About Man Of Steel 2

    I apologize in advance if this causes you anger.

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  4. Zack Snyder Knows You’re Pissed About Batman vs. Superman, Thinks the Script Would Change Your Mind

    Your opinions are noted, Internet.

    Man of Steel's Batman vs. Superman sequel just can't catch a break. First it was Ben Affleck playing Batman, then people were angry about Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, and then it was announced that Jesse Eisenberg would play Lex Luthor. Zack Snyder thinks fans would understand if they knew the script.

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  5. Details on Jesse Eisenberg’s Lex Luthor Confirm Fan Hopes for the Casting Choice

    But, you know, feel free to keep getting upset over casting news, Internet.

    People have a lot of mixed feelings about Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor, because Hollywood is a democracy that takes the opinions of the Internet into account when they make their casting choices.* (*That is actually not at all how movies work.) Latino Review got some specifics on Eisenberg's Luthor, and he sounds perfect for it.

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  6. Watch This Batman vs. Superman Trailer Made From Old Jesse Eisenberg Movies

    Faster than a speeding bullet!

    I wouldn't say that Screen Junkies' imagining of the movie currently known as Batman vs. Superman is entirely inaccurate, I'm just saying it contains no Wonder Woman... and a threesome. (via Blastr.) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  7. Here’s Animated Lex Luthor Overdubbed With Jesse Eisenberg’s Voice [VIDEO]

    It's bad, you guys. It's really, really bad.

    Yesterday, we found out that Jesse Eisenberg has been cast as Lex Luthor in Zack Snyder's upcoming Batman vs. Superman flick. We weren't the only people struggling with this announcement (most of us were expecting Heisenberg, not Eisenberg), so Jacky Timish has kindly created a video dubbing Eisenberg's voice over the animated Luthor.

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  8. Jesse Eisenberg’s Been Cast As Lex Luthor, So Let’s Brainstorm Our Best Portmanteau For This

    Our money's on "Lexenberg."

    Okay, that's it. Zack Snyder is pulling some kind of Producers-style scheme on us with this Man of Steel 2 movie, right? Casting Jesse Eisenberg and Jeremy Irons as Lex Luthor and Alfred? Like... what?

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  9. Breaking: Jesse Eisenberg and Jeremy Irons Are Lex Luthor and Alfred, Respectively, In Man of Steel 2

    Officially Official

    Pick your jaw up off the floor. You ready? Let's go.

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  10. Looks Like Zombieland Might be Getting that Television Show After All

    Braaaaiiiinnnnns

    Did you know that one of the conditions Woody Harrelson demanded for accepting his role in Zombieland was that director Ruben Fleischer go without eating dairy products for a week? Did you know that Zombieland is the highest grossing zombie movie the United States has ever paid money for? Did you know that it was initially going to be a television show? Well, either way, it might reach that goal anyway.

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