Actually, Nathan Fillion would've been the perfect Hal Jordan.
Actually, Nathan Fillion is perfect for any every comic book or video game character. :-)
No way, Nathan Fillion has too much personality to be Hal. Eric Bana all the way!
He's got Parallax blood.
Wayne Brady would have been the better choice
The challenger here is if he can stay off coke and hookers long enough to shoot the film.
Sorry, Nathan Fillion is a terrible actor. He couldn't act his way out of diner theater. Fan boys just have too big of a hard on for Firefly to know the difference.
WTF? Why the fuck would she say something like that? Does she know who Charlie Sheen is? Why would anyone say he'd be a perfect anything in anything? Was she retarded?
I could see him being an alright Parallax
Charlie Sheen would be an excellent Dirk Anger, jus' saying.
@ 2:35 Anonymous:Holy crap, YES. Someone get Marvel studios on the phone, that is brilliant.
I think he'd make a great G'nort.
You know, Charlie has the attitude and personality to be a perfect cocky Guy Gardner.
You know, with his attitude and personality I see him more as Larfleeze. Charlie's constant "Winning!" reminds me of Larfleeze's "Mine!" Larfleeze is always wanting more, just as Charlie craves more and more attention. Both are very self-centered individuals.
Wil Wheaton would've made a better GL.
Huh. I see Charlie Sheen as The Creeper more than anybody else.
@twobitspecialist: Just tell him it's a Frank Miller work.
What's so funny about what he is saying? Charlie Sheen is the embodiment of who Hal Jordan is.Hit with the ladies, and will fucking everywhere.
@Fey they should make a new character just for him named S'nort
He'd be just like that alien chicken who became a Green Lantern because he was too crazy to know fear.
"WTF? Why the fuck would she say something like that? Does she know who Charlie Sheen is? Why would anyone say he'd be a perfect anything in anything? Was she retarded?"He was alright in Platoon.
I'm pretty sure putting Charlie Sheen in anything at this point would be a big mistake.