From director Zack Snyder (Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, Watchmen) comes the highly anticipated Justice League film which will assemble DC Comics’ greatest heroes. Starring Henry Cavill (Superman), Ben Affleck (Batman), Jason Momoa (Aquaman), Gal Gadot (Wonderwoman), Ray Fisher (Cyborg), Ezra Miller (The Flash), Amber Heard (Queen Mera), Willem Dafoe (Vulko) and JK Simmons (Commissioner Gordon), the film is scheduled for theatrical release November 10, 2017.
Warning Major Spoilers for Batman V. Superman Ahead
Thanks to JoBlo we now know some more of the plot of the upcoming Justice League movie (yes they dropped the ‘Part One’ thing to just make a single film). Bruce Wayne is assembling a team of metahumans in the wake of Superman’s death in Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice in order to collect three motherboxes, which the villain Steppenwolf is after. Apparently two of the boxes are located in Atlantis and the Amazon which ties in with Wonderwoman and Aquaman.
The movie will be lighter in tone and a scene described by Gizmodo, shows the meeting between Wayne and Barry Allen aka The Flash, where the two discover each other’s identity. Ezra Miller jokes around a lot, so fans will love that they retained the speedster’s sense of humour in the film as Wayne is recruiting him. The meeting ends with The Flash catching one of Wayne’s batarangs, thus revealing his super speed and in the process realizing that Wayne is The Batman at the same time.
Willem Dafoe is revealed to be Vulko, who will be an Atlantean advisor to Jason Momoa’s Aquaman. Batman has two new vehicles including The Flying Fox and a tank-like transport referred to as The Nightcrawler. Batman will also have a new suit and armor revealed by the end of the movie, while Cyborg’s suit will be entirely CGI enhanced.
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