Cyborg and why he's important to the Justice League


Gal Gadot, who plays Wonder Woman, has reportedly insisted Ratner have no connection with any future Wonder Woman film. However, that clearly changes as, by the end of the promo, he's more than willing to beat the heck out of Apokolips' Parademons.

The time has finally come-Warner set to release Justice League in theaters on November 17th, and tonight is the film's world premiere. The helmer recently took to Twitter to praise Zack Snyder's team-up film, touting the central characters as a blast to watch, and a "terrific" film overall.

But with Whedon, Miller says, "he was really challenged and had to employ a lot of his craft and mastery in order to complete this vision left in his hands".

But how much of Justice League belongs to Snyder and how much belongs to Whedon? "Superman?' I have met him and we have crossed paths". That means pushing not just Wonder Woman to the fore, but also Miller's Flash, Momoa's Aquaman and Ray Fisher's Cyborg. "This is what I loved as a kid combined with what I love as an adult and there's no greater feeling than that".

In comic-book lore, the Justice League didn't come together until 22 years later to take down a giant interstellar starfish. Let us know in the comments down below!

Deborah Snyder says Justice League 2 "would be amazing" but DC's lineup is already plenty busy. Also in the works: Shazam, starring Zachary Levi as Earth's mightiest mortal; a Suicide Squad sequel directed by Gavin O'Connor (The Accountant); and a Batgirl project written and directed by Whedon.

While giving an interview to a leading US publication, Affleck noted, "The new Batman movie being developed by Matt Reeves ['War for the Planet of the Apes'] is something I'm contemplating".

"Maybe the idea of, when I walk (my dog) just before I go to bed at night, I've got to sort of make myself look half-decent in case there's someone who wants a photograph or there's someone outside taking photographs", he said. "Only in retrospect can you understand why".