If he must play... than Iron Fist is the only logical choice in my opinion.
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Uh... yeah, lets totally judge this guy abilitys based on a 19y old movie like street fighter or even older stuff and not on his awesome performance like in the much newer JCVD - the movie: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxnWhD6wrmA
I could go on and on, but maybe these are a few he can play in the Avengers 2. If he's casted or not playing a villian role. What do you guys think?
Let's focus on Rage. Explain how you feel Van Damme can encompass the character of Rage? A young African American super hero walking the line between in control and out of control vigilante, that is known for being large, muscular and kind of a brick in terms of appearance and power usage. You contend a tiny, old Caucasian man from Brussels noted for agile martial arts can play this role?
Originally Posted by felixhex
Namor (Favorite) Dr. Druid
Moon Knight (2nd)
Doctor Druid gets my vote.
Originally Posted by maxvitor
They can let Van Damme play The Tick, or some kind of alien with no lines.
Setting aside the fact that Patrick Warburton played the Tick on television already, I'm curious as to how you think The Tick is even remotely linked to the Avengers, or really the Marvel Universe?
Quicksilver might be locked out by the X-men movie rights. I remember reading somewhere that he and Scarlet Witch were an odd gray area - they were more closely associated with the Avengers than the X-men so the characters aren't in Fox's license, but the whole mutant thing is, so if they did appear in the movies, they couldn't be mutants.
Well I don't think it's necessarily because they're mutants, I think it's because they're the children of Magneto.
I'd think they could still be considered mutants (just because Fox has rights to X-men characters doesn't mean that Whedon couldn't reference mutants), but they wouldn't be able to reference Magneto as being their father.