Rainn Wilson Would Play An Older Lex Luthor In the DCEU
Rainn Wilson says he’d like to play an older version of Lex Luthor in the DC Extended Universe if given the opportunity. Wilson, of course, is best known for playing Dwight Schrute, the offbeat salesman of the Scranton, Pennsylvania paper distribution company Dunder Mifflin, which he established over nine seasons on the NBC smash sitcom The Office. Thanks to his breakthrough role, Wilson has been able to put his comedic talent to work in other projects like the animated series Adventure Time, and he’s certain to bring some levity to the upcoming CBS All-Access series Star Trek: Discovery as the conniving, comedic foil Harry Mudd. And if Wilson gets his druthers, he would like one day to play a sometimes comedic villain in the DCEU. RELATED: Why Jesse Eisenberg’s Lex Luthor Is The BEST Version In an interview with ComicBook about playing Mudd in Star Trek: Discovery, Wilson was asked who he’d want to play in a future DCEU movie, and as it turns out, he’d like to play Superman’s arch-enemy. He said: “Maybe if there’s a chance to do Luther. Of course they cast that guy who’s 27 years old to do Lex Luthor. It didn’t make much sense to me. I
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