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Friday, May 31, 2019

10 Actors Who Played More Than One Superhero/Villain Comic Book Character

Dozens of actors and actresses have portrayed superheroes or villains in comic book movies over the years, but very few have had the chance to play multiple ones. Here are 10 of those who did...

Josh Brolin

In 2010 he appeared in DC Comic's "Jonah Hex" as the title character. In 2012 he first took the role of Marvel's supervillain Thanos, and featured in 5 MCU movies. Most recently he portrayed Cable in "Deadpool 2".

Ryan Reynolds

He played the title character in DC Comic's "Green Lantern" back in 2011, then in 2016 he became Marvel's anti-hero Deadpool. Well, he also played the same character in "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" in 2009, but we don't count that... you know why. ;)
Chris Evans

From The Human Torch in 2005's "Fantastic Four" and it's sequel to the iconic Captain America in multiple MCU movies, Chris Evans is an all-Marvel guy.
Ben Affleck 

In 2003 he was Marvel's Daredevil, but then in 2016 he became DC Comics' most popular character Batman.
Halle Berry

She is the only female to portray two superhero characters - DC Comics' Catwoman in the movie of the same name from 2004 and Marvel's Storm who appeared in multiple X-Men movies.
Michael B. Jordan

He was The Human Torch in Marvel's disappointing reboot "Fantastic Four" from 2015, then two years later he appeared as the supervillain Erik Killmonger in Marvel Studios' "Black Panther".
Tom Hardy

In 2012 he portrayed the villain Bane in DC Comics' "The Dark Knight Rises" from 2012, then in 2017 he was Marvel's antihero Venom.
Aaron Taylor-Johnson

He kicked ass as Kick-Ass in "Kick-Ass" (lol) from 2010 and its 2013 sequel, then he took the short role of Quicksilver in Marvel Studios' "Avengers: Age of Ultron" in 2015.
Hugo Weaving

He played V in DC Comics' adaptation "V for Vendetta" in 2006, then he was the villain Red Skull in Marvel Studios' "Captain America: The First Avenger" from 2011.
Will Smith

He took the role of the antihero superhero Hancock in 2008, then in 2016 he became a member of DC Comics' "Suicide Squad", playing Deadshot.

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