Jesse Eisenberg has assured fans his casting as supervillain Lex Luthor will all make sense once they see "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice".
Director Zack Snyder split fans when he announced The Social Network star as Superman's comic book nemesis, and even Jesse admits he would never have considered himself to be a good fit for the character - until after he read the script.
He was all over the post-Oscar scene last night (February 28) and Jimmy Kimmel even did a special Sunday edition of his “Jimmy Kimmel Live” program with a very special segment.
The late night host interviewed Ben Affleck regarding his forthcoming superhero flick “Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice,” and before the conversation was over he played a fake deleted scene from the project.
He’s no stranger to sophomoric rants, and Jesse Eisenberg's latest tirade targeted his negative experience at the 2015 San Diego Comic-Con.
While chatting with the Associated Press, the “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” star declared, “It is like being screamed at by thousands of people. I don’t know what the experience is throughout history, probably some kind of genocide. I can’t think of anything that’s equivalent. Maybe on some cellular memory level, that's the only thing that seems like an equivalent social experience. Even if they're saying nice things, just being shouted at by thousands of people, it's horrifying."