‘Batman Vs. Superman: Dawn Of Justice’ Laying Foundation For ‘Justice League’
With Wonder Woman confirmed after appearing in the new poster and teaser of “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” the chances of having the whole “Justice League” on the big screen, are looking increasingly concrete.
The founder members of the DC extended universe’s “Justice League” include the trio of Zack Snyder’s blockbuster, along with “Flash,” “Aquaman,” “Cyborg” and “Green Lantern.” This team of extra-ordinary people is known to be the protectors of the universe, as they fight the evils created from their own indigenous world. JL was the most sought after animated series of the DCEU and this is a perfect opportunity to showcase the same on larger screen.
According to Cinemablend, Snyder’s latest adventure is doing nothing but laying the ground work for JL. While the world is gearing up for “Batman Vs. Superman,” it might actually turn out the other way. From all the trailers and spoilers one thing is certain that Bruce Wayne definitely hates the man from Krypton and is ready to go head to head against him.
However, the rise of General Zod and the glimpse of Wonder Woman, it seems a different ball game altogether. Add to that the confirmed role of Ray Fisher and Jason Momoa as Cyborg and Aquaman respectively.
However, as reported by Comicbook, Cyborg will have a very brief cameo in the form of human named Vic Stone, who was shown as a star football player in the animated series.
Aquaman would be introduced by Superman’s antagonist Lex Luthor, while Ezra Miller’s role as Flash is not yet decided. According to sources, Flash’s super speed will hardly allow us to have a look at him, as a scene of Miller with Barry Allen was reported to be deleted from the film.
With so many DCEU characters debuting, it is only a matter of time before we have the whole “Justice League” on screen. However, with more than half of its founders coming together in Zack Snyder’s venture, its anticipation is bound to be sky high.
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