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Two of the supporting cast members in DC's major 2016 superhero films appear to have revealed their identities in their respective productions.
CinemaBlend reports that actor Ralph Lister ("Oz the Great and Powerful," "Lucky Jay") is playing Emmet Vale, the creator of the Kryptonite-hearted cyborg Metallo, in Zack Snyder's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice". The role isn't expected to be much more than a cameo, but it's a nod that fans should enjoy.
Meanwhile actor and rapper Common has revealed to Complex that his role in David Ayer's "Suicide Squad" movie will be that of an original character named Monster T who is in business with Jared Leto's The Joker in the film. »
- Garth Franklin
Three years after Superman was pitted against General Zod in Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is introducing two more of the Kryptonian’s rogues into the DC Extended Universe. Lex Luthor is serving as the movie’s main antagonist, while Doomsday will be unleashed at some point as the primary physical threat. Now a new cast member has been revealed that could set up a future appearance from another adversary: Emmet Vale, aka the creator of Metallo, the Kryptonite-hearted cyborg. Originally listed on IMDb, CinemaBlend has learned that actor Ralph Lister is indeed playing Emmet Vale. Lister’s other credits include Oz, the Great and Powerful, Beverlywood, Hellsing Ultimate and Lucky Jay, and he has also made a name for himself as an audiobook narrator. While Vale will presumably be a minor character in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, it does set »
2 items from 2016
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