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  • Alicia Silverstone on Random Actors Would Play Avengers If They Were Cast In '90s

    (#13) Alicia Silverstone

    • Clueless, Batman & Robin, Tropic Thunder, Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed, Blast from the Past, Beauty Shop, The Art of Getting By, The Crush, Butter, Love's Labour's Lost, Hideaway, Fight for Your Right Revisited, Excess Baggage, Stormbreaker, The Bad Mother's Handbook, The Babysitter, Torch Song, Vamps, True Crime, Ass Backwards, Gods Behaving Badly, Scorched, Silence Becomes You, Candles on Bay Street, Cool and the Crazy, New World, Scattered Dreams, Global Heresy, Paul McCartney and Friends: The PETA Concert for Party Animals, Angels in Stardust

    Wanda Maximoff is one of the most important characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe right now. She has a close relationship with Vision and her powers are derived from an Infinity Stone. Because of this, she plays a major part in the last act of Avengers: Infinity War and she was well cast when the role went to Elizabeth Olsen.

    Olsen's take on the character bridges the gap left by Marvel's film-rights issues, leaving her a Mutant who isn't a Mutant. Back in the '90s, this wouldn't have been a problem for Marvel, seeing as they didn't sell those rights until 1993, leaving a few years for Alicia Silverstone to try her hand at the role. Granted, if they shot the film after '93, she would have still made it her own.

    Back in 1995, Alicia Silverstone became a huge star thanks to her role as Cher Horowitz in Clueless. She continued to land major roles before putting on the tights/rubber costume of Batgirl for the critically panned Batman & Robin. That film failed, but not due to her performance. Casting her as Wanda Maximoff would give her the chance to show the world she could handle playing a superhero in a great film, which is only one of the reasons she would be perfect for the role. The others involve her charm and acting talents, but frankly, it would be nice to see her take on another superhero after Batman & Robin failed so hard at the box office.

  • Michael J. Fox on Random Actors Would Play Avengers If They Were Cast In '90s

    (#15) Michael J. Fox

    • Back to the Future, Mars Attacks!, Back to the Future Part II, Back to the Future Part III, Teen Wolf, Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey, The American President, Atlantis: The Lost Empire, The Frighteners, Stuart Little, Stuart Little 2, Class of 1984, Casualties of War, Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco, The Secret of My Success, Midnight Madness, Doc Hollywood, Dear America: Letters Home from Vietnam, High School U.S.A., For Love or Money, Greedy, The Hard Way, Interstate 60, Light of Day, Blue in the Face, Bright Lights, Big City, Don't Drink the Water, Mickey's 60th Birthday, Life with Mikey, Your Studio and You, Stuart Little 3: Call of the Wild, Where the Rivers Flow North, Coldblooded, The Magic 7, Roast of Denis Leary: Uncensored, Poison Ivy, Saving Milly, 50 Watt Fuse

    Jared Leto was a bona fide, up-and-coming Hollywood darling in the '90s. He proved he had some serious acting chops in My So Called Life, The Thin Red Line, and Fight Club. Not to mention his incredible musical talent (songwriting, singing, playing multiple instruments) he presented to the world when he formed 30 Seconds to Mars in '98.

    The actor had all the makings of an incredible Peter Parker: he was wiry, could convincingly play a smart and jaded teen (a real staple of '90s heroes), and he most certainly had the hair for the part.

    The actor even portrayed the Joker in 2016's Suicide Squad, so it's safe to assume he would have been open to playing a comic book hero a few decades prior.

  • Jean-Claude Van Damme on Random Actors Would Play Avengers If They Were Cast In '90s

    (#20) Jean-Claude Van Damme

    • The Expendables 2, Bloodsport, Kung Fu Panda 2, Timecop, Last Action Hero, Street Fighter, Kickboxer, Cyborg, Missing in Action, Breakin', Hard Target, The Quest, Universal Soldier, JCVD, Lionheart, Sudden Death, Double Team, No Retreat, No Surrender, Maximum Risk, Double Impact, Universal Soldiers: Regeneration, Nowhere to Run, Legionnaire, Knock Off, Death Warrant, Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning, Universal Soldier: The Return, Replicant, The Order, Inferno, Derailed, Assassination Games, In Hell, Until Death, Second in Command, Welcome to the Jungle, Wake of Death, Dragon Eyes, Full Love, The Hard Corps, The Exam, Narco, Black Eagle, Barbarous Street, Beur sur la ville, Monaco Forever, The Shepherd: Border Patrol, Rzhevsky vs. Napoleon, Six Bullets, U.F.O., Enemies Closer, Swelter, Pound of Flesh

    Jean-Claude Van Damme was one of the biggest action stars to hit the silver screen back in the 1980s and 1990s, but his star power faltered as he chose a career nestled in straight-to-DVD films. Even with a floundering career, Van Damme was a household name in the '90s and he would have made for an interesting Vision.

    Granted, the action star has issues with tight, mobility-limiting costumes (which is why he backed out of being the Predator in the '80s), but he could have made for a great Vision. He would likely have been something of a controversial casting choice at the time but, odds are, he would have made the character his own and blown away audiences with his performance, even if he couldn't do his split/punch move he does so well.

  • Joe Pesci on Random Actors Would Play Avengers If They Were Cast In '90s

    (#5) Joe Pesci

    • Goodfellas, Raging Bull, Home Alone, Casino, JFK, My Cousin Vinny, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, Once Upon a Time in America, A Bronx Tale, Lethal Weapon 2, Lethal Weapon 4, Lethal Weapon 3, The Good Shepherd, Moonwalker, Easy Money, Betsy's Wedding, Man on Fire, With Honors, Gone Fishin', 8 Heads in a Duffel Bag, The Super, Jimmy Hollywood, The Public Eye, Love Ranch, Eureka, The Death Collector, I'm Dancing as Fast as I Can, Dear Mr. Wonderful, Hey, Let's Twist!, GOTTI: In The Shadow Of My Father, The Legendary Life of Ernest Hemingway, All for the Moral Majority!, A Galaxy Far Far Away, The Irishman

    Rather than picturing Joe Pesci running around in a racoon suit, we're operating under the assumption that Pesci would have performed voice work for the character, Rocket Raccoon. If you consider Pesci's unique manner of speaking and the way he can express attitude, his vocal talents would have made for a hilarious interpretation of the character, even if it would have been markedly different from Bradley Cooper's.

    Pesci's credentials speak for themselves. The only question would be whether or not the veteran actor would actually be game to portray the character. While he isn't known for his voice acting, he definitely has the vocal range and talent necessary to accomplish the job. During the decade, he starred in My Cousin Vinny, Goodfellas, Home Alone, JFK, and Casino to name a few.

    The only concern here would be the relatively primitive effects capabilities from the '90s, which don't truly compare to the work being done today. Even with that limitation, whatever they came up with would be hilarious so long as Pesci was behind the microphone.

  • Eddie Murphy on Random Actors Would Play Avengers If They Were Cast In '90s

    (#10) Eddie Murphy

    • Shrek, Mulan, Beverly Hills Cop, Shrek 2, Trading Places, Coming to America, The Nutty Professor, Shrek the Third, Life, Shrek Forever After, Beverly Hills Cop II, Harlem Nights, The Golden Child, 48 Hrs., Dreamgirls, Beverly Hills Cop III, Norbit, A Thousand Words, Boomerang, Dr. Dolittle, Bowfinger, Vampire in Brooklyn, The Distinguished Gentleman, Nutty Professor II: The Klumps, Shrek the Halls, The Adventures of Pluto Nash, Daddy Day Care, Tower Heist, Eddie Murphy: Delirious, The Haunted Mansion, I Spy, Dr. Dolittle 2, Meet Dave, Another 48 Hrs., Holy Man, Showtime, Best Defense, Metro, Imagine That, Shrek 4-D, 100 Years of Comedy, Fall Of Chances, Donkey's Christmas Shrektacular, A Century of Black Cinema, Beverly Hills Cop IV, B.B. King "Into the Night", Dangerous: The Short Films, Beverly Hills Cop, Triplets

    Back in the '90s, Eddie Murphy was an A-list star. He started the decade with a few duds, but came back in a big way with The Nutty Professor and continued to cement his fame with performances in Doctor Doolittle and Mulan.

    Murphy's career never put him in something skin-tight where he could play an action superhero, but he did work in the action genre with the Beverly Hills Cop trilogy and you can't argue that Donkey from Shrek wasn't a hero in his own right. He isn't the first guy you would think of today to strap on some mechanical wings and soar through the air as an action star, but back in the '90s, he would likely have been Hollywood's first choice in casting Sam Wilson, AKA the Falcon.

  • Mel Gibson on Random Actors Would Play Avengers If They Were Cast In '90s

    (#12) Mel Gibson

    • Braveheart, Lethal Weapon, Pocahontas, Mad Max, The Patriot, Signs, Mad Max 2, We Were Soldiers, Lethal Weapon 2, Hamlet, Chicken Run, Gallipoli, Ransom, Maverick, Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, Casper, The Year of Living Dangerously, Conspiracy Theory, Lethal Weapon 4, Lethal Weapon 3, What Women Want, Bird on a Wire, Machete Kills, The River, The Beaver, Air America, Payback, The Singing Detective, The Bounty, Get the Gringo, Paparazzi, Forever Young, The Man Without a Face, Tequila Sunrise, The Million Dollar Hotel, Fathers' Day, Attack Force Z, Edge of Darkness, Mrs. Soffel, FairyTale: A True Story, Tim, Summer City, The Chain Reaction, Celebrating AFI, The One Dollar Diary, The Face: Jesus in Art, The Expendables 3, Blood Father

    Mel Gibson has taken a lot of flack over his personal life and some of the comments he has made over the years. That flack is undeniably deserved, but back in the 1990s, there was nothing Gibson could do wrong. He was a hit actor, People's Sexiest Man Alive (1985), and was beginning a remarkable career as a director.

    Among his many hits that decade, he released Braveheart, Maverick, Lethal Weapon 3, Hamlet, Ransom, Conspiracy Theory, Payback, and Lethal Weapon 4. The man couldn't be stopped, which is why he is just the right guy to play Thanos.

    Thanos is a force who cannot be stopped in the Marvel Universe, and nobody had the star power to play him besides Gibson in the '90s. He might have balked at the idea of playing someone considered to be about as evil as evil can be, but given his talent in front of and behind the camera, seeing Gibson play Thanos back in the '90s would have certainly made for an amazing film.

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