After witnessing Superman’s capacity for humanity, in what I thought to be an amazing interpretation of Batman V Superman, a renewed Bruce Wayne embarks on a journey with his new friend and ally Diana Prince aka Wonder Woman to find super powered beings known as Meta Humans and bring them together to save Earth. The fate of human kind now rests in their hands.
This is a DC film I can NOT wait to see. The release date can’t be here soon enough. And I can’t believe they have a teaser trailer this early. In this new addition in the DCCU (DC Cinematic Universe) we will see new and returning cast members.
Returning will be obviously Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne aka Batman and Gal Gadot as Diana Prince. Jeremy Irons will be returning as Alfred the butler and Jessie Eisenburg as Lex Luthor… who I’m guessing will be in Arkham at this point! We will also see Amy Adams return to the screen as Lois Lane and floating along behind her WILL be the Man Of Steel himself, Clark Kent aka Superman played by Henry Cavill. But there is no information of how big his role in JLP1 (Justice League Part 1) will be yet… who knows, he might just wake up in his coffin right at the end. Oh if you haven’t seen Batman V Superman yet, spoilers!
As for the new cast we see Ezra Miller dawning the lightning symbol of The Flash aka Barry Allen, Ray Fisher as Victor Stone aka Cyborg and Jason Momoa as Arthur Curry aka Aquaman who I’m REALLY looking forward to seeing the most… I mean seriously the man just makes everything cool as FRACK! Following him we will be seeing Amber Heard as Mera Queen of Atlantis… NEPYUNES BEARD! , as Commissioner Gordon we will see played by J. K. Simmons and also making his first appearance to the DCCU will be Willem Dafoe playing the role of Nuidis Vulko. Also rumored to appear will be Jered Leto as The Joker and Keirsey Clemons as Iris West
Justice League is due to hit cinemas November 17, 2017. THIS IS GOING TO BE EPIC PEOPLE!
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