Tahmoh Penikett – Once you mumble your way past his name for fear of pronouncing it incorrectly, Tahmoh Penikett looks like a great fit for the role of Bullseye. Already deft at playing men of action, as he did for Battlestar Gallactica and as Paul Ballard in Joss Whedon's Dollhouse, Penikett certainly has the appropriate physicality to take the role on, while being more than convincing with the martial arts skills.
James Ransone – A simple glance in Ransone's direction suggests an actor proficient in playing characters unburdened by normal societal conventions. Probably best known for his portrayal as Chester "Ziggy" Sobatka in season 2 of The Wire, Ransone has since been seen in everything from Burn Notice to Spike Lee's Inside Man and Red Hook Summer. While he's hasn't spent much time working in genre fare like this, Ransone is the kind of actor who would likely turn in an unexpectedly brilliant performance as Marvel's villain who can't miss.
Luke Goss – Sure, the guy may not have the best looking resume on the planet, but if he's good enough to appear in two Guillermo del Toro films, then that's certainly worth a shot at playing such a notorious Marvel villain, right? There's just something about Goss that suggests he could effortlessly convey Bullseye's love of the spotlight without ever having to mention it. Besides having proven himself adept at doing battle with other comic book heroes (Blade and Hellboy, respectively), Goss could make a chilling addition to this small screen adventure.