Evan Peters continues to be the best and most versatile performer on American Horror Story. There’s nothing that he can’t do. We’ve seen him play angry, disturbed, and eccentric. He’s even done voices and personalities from different countries and eras. It’s shocking that Marvel Studios wasted him on a character like Ralph Bohner in WandaVision.
Comic book character: Wesley Gibson
Let’s act like Wanted from 2008 never happened. It was an insult to the comic book Mark Millar wrote. Thankfully, reboots happen all the time. This time, it should be animated. With shows like Harley Quinn, Invincible, and The Boys: Diabolical being popular, it’s the perfect fit.
Evan Peters is the right person to play Wesley. First, he’ll be able to portray everything that Wesley was before he became the greatest villain of all time. He can voice the mousy pushover to perfection. When he turns into the most dangerous villain, he’ll be even better. Plus, it may be something that we haven’t seen from him.
Sarah Paulson is right there with Peters when it comes to consistency. She plays evil and insecure better than anyone, and she portrays a strong leader even better than that. Her role as Cordelia Fox showed that. Especially during American Horror Story: Coven and again in AHS: Apocalypse.
Comic book character: April O’Neil
Sarah Paulson could have been the perfect April O’Neil in the 1990’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movies. She can go from damsel in distress to tough reporter in the blink of an eye. Knowing Paulson, she would have stuck around to do all three movies as well. It would be great to hear her voice the character in an animated movie. Or, even better, play a more mature April in a live-action adaptation of TMNT: Last Ronin.