Bryan Cranston and Rosie O'Donnell React to Being Cast as Villains in Donald Trump Batman Trailer

"Hey, do I get residuals from this movie?"

Twitter was quick to take down a Donald Trump campaign video for copyright infringement after it used music from "The Dark Knight Rises".

But not before Bryan Cranston and Rosie O'Donnell got a chance to react to being cast as the "villains" in the bizarre Batman trailer.

On Monday night the President retweeted a fan-made 2020 campaign video, which used Hans Zimmer's rousing "Why Do We Fall?" from the 2012 superhero flick; Warner Bros immediately threatened legal action and had the clip removed.

"First they ignore you. Then they laugh at you. Then they call you a racist. Donald J. Trump. Your vote. Proved them all wrong. Trump: The Great Victory. 2020," the crudely edited film trailer-style vid declares.

Within the clip is a rogues gallery of Trump's apparent nemesis, including Barack Obama and Bill and Hillary Clinton, as well as Cranston, O'Donnell and Amy Schumer.

"Hell yes! I finally became a villain in the bizzaro underworld of the @realDonaldTrump," Cranston tweeted. "I can’t say that I understand what I’m doing in it, but I seem to have a high disapproval rating from the President. Hmmm, cool. Hey, do I get residuals from this movie?"

Lots of Rosie's followers asked if she had seen the clip, and she replied forcibly in the affirmative.

"I am in great company. He is a f--king disease," she wrote. "trump is a f--king moronic despot. 2020 is coming and he will be gone."

Some wondered why she was included in the "propaganda" video; She speculated: "he wants me. he wants me bad. he can't quit me."

When one follower said the video was worthy of Nazi propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels, another declared: "I hope @rosie adds this to her highlights reel. #badgeofhonor," which Rosie retweeted.

Third baddie Schumer has yet to respond.

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