Counting down the five best villians to take on Batman and Superman
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We have to get the most obvious pick out of the way first, right? Because director Zack Snyder snuck in a few LexCorp Easter eggs into "Man of Steel," fans pretty much assume Superman's arch-nemesis is a lock for the 2015 sequel. Earlier this year, rumors swirled around "Breaking Bad" star Bryan Cranston being a lock for the role, but Gadot's casting as Wonder Woman proves that Warner Bros. feels absolutely fine about signing lesser-known actors for big time parts. Cranston may be the diabolical bald businessman fans want, but Mulvey could very easliy be the diabolical bald businessman we get.