Actors who portrayed Heroes/Anti-Heroes in Film

  1. Robert Downey Jr. Could anyone portray the armored Avenger better? I think not. Robert Downey Jr. brings the character to life in a way I didn’t think possible. Downey balances playboy Tony Stark with hero Iron Man in a way only he is capable of.
  2. Ryan Reynolds. Ryan Reynolds is Deadpool. It’s that simple. Reynolds is a fan of Deadpool and that is obvious throughout the film. His mastery of the merc with the mouth’s repertoire of one-liners is not only exhilarating but perfect. Reynolds will not only have you laughing but also crying . . . from all the laughing. In my opinion, Deadpool is the best film of 2016 thus far.
  3. Chris Evans. Of all the Marvel heroes who were born to lead, few stand out like Captain America. In Captain America: The First Avenger, Chris Evans does a good job of portraying a young Captain before his powers. If you can just get past his big head and tiny body, you can see his strength, courage, and dignity. Evans does a fantastic job of showing why Captain America is one of our most beloved characters.
  4. Christopher Reeves. Superman is the most iconic character in any comic book universe. I’m sorry Henry Cavill, but no one has portrayed Superman better than Christopher Reeves. We can argue about graphics and lame villains, or if Richard Pryor should even be in a Superman film. But when it comes to the Man of Steel no one fought for truth, justice, and the American way quite like Christopher Reeves.
  5. Michelle Pfeiffer. Anti-heroes are on the rise. But we would be remiss if we didn’t remember where this craze started. Catwoman has been casted several times. Anne Hathaway tried and Halle Berry wore the costume, but only one true Catwoman has made it to the big screen. Michelle had it all, the look and the charm. After her performance no wonder anti-heroes went on the rise. All men want her and all women want to be her. Michelle is still the best, because no one can do it better.
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