Jason Momoa Might Be In That Superman Vs. Batman Movie

December 10, 2013 / Posted by:

If you really aren’t looking forward to laying your eyeballs on Ben Affleck in Batman drag in that Superman Vs. Batman movie, then your ass may be in luck, because he probably won’t get that much screen time since Zack Snyder is stuffing a million and one superhos into that shit. The Hollywood Reporter says that Jason Momoa, Lisa Bonet’s piece and the dude who was in Conan, Game of Thrones, North Shore and gay soft-core porn Baywatch Nights, is in talks for a role in the Justice League movie that’s pretending to be a Superman movie.

THR says that Warner Bros and DC Entertainment are trying to keep shit under wraps, so it’s not known who Jason is in talks to play. There’s rumors that Doomsday will be the main villain, so Jason could be up for that crap. A source tells THR that if Warner Bros. is trying to fill that movie with as many Justice League members as possible, Jason could play Martian Manhunter.

So, so far that Superman Vs. Batman movie’s got Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman in it, and it may add Martian Manhunter. Since Zack Snyder is stuffing that slow-moving train wreck with all of the DC Comic characters, can he please answer my gay prayers and make Selena the witch (as played by Faye Dunaway) from Supergirl the main villain?

I see what Zack Snyder’s doing, though. He knows that movie is going to be a shit roll stuffed with farts, so he’s trying to distract us with pretty things. That is a good move, because it’s easy to ignore a giant turd if Martian Manhunter’s peen is dangling in front of it.

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