Renée (rogueslayer452) wrote,
Renée
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Lucifer has risen, bbs.

Okay, so everyone knows that Mark Pellegrino is doing a fabulous job playing Lucifer on SPN, there's no denying that. However before seeing him in the role I had another person in mind for the role. Yeah, I know, it's blasphemous to think of anyone being Lucifer other than Mark at this point, but even before we knew who was cast for the role I was starting to speculate of the perfect Lucifer and, honestly, I can't get this guy out of my head because, in my mind, he just fits the role PERFECTLY.

Wanna know who it is?

JONATHAN RHYS MEYERS, BITCHES!



I mean seriously, anyone who has seen or is familiar with The Tudors knows precisely what I'm talking about when I say he would be the perfect Lucifer. Of course in Supernatural they're having Lucifer take that sympathetic route than the typical villainous hand-wringing, which I don't mind because it's an interesting take of the Lucifer story and of course O HAI THAR CYLON!, but if they were going to take it to another level I think Jonathan would have been a great choice in casting because of the influence he uses to portray King Henry VIII in The Tudors. To me, this is my Lucifer right here. Jonathan Rhys Meyers. Oh yeah, bbs.

And could you imagine Misha Collins and Jonathan in the same room together? OMG IZ DED FROM THE IMAGERY.


Another choice would've been Clare Kramer. Can you imagine? They did have that amazing actress playing Lucifer in disguise in the premiere so they obviously have no problem with genderswapping with vessels. And hey, Clare has already played a Hell God on BTVS, it would've been another perfect match.

HOLY SHIT, I HAVE ABOUT LESS THAN A WEEK BEFORE I LEAVE FOR THE CHICAGO CON! HOLYSHITHOLYSHIT! :O
Tags: conventions, supernatural, the tudors
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