— Nicolle | all in (@nic_mm) November 4, 2017
All six lead Justice League cast members reveal what other character in the League they'd most like to take a shot at portraying. With the release of Justice League less than two weeks away, it's full-court press time for Warner Bros. and DC Films to make the final promotional push for the movie, which included a high profile press junket in London this weekend.
While neither filmmaker Zack Snyder or Joss Whedon participated, Justice League's main cast members – Ben Affleck (Batman), Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), Henry Cavill (Superman), Jason Momoa (Aquaman), Ray Fisher (Cyborg) and Ezra Miller (The Flash) – have all been heavily engaged in interviews for the film, which will find the iconic team facing off against Steppenwolf. One interviewer - in a video tweeted by fan Nicole | All In - wanted to find out what other Justice League character each of the actors would like to play if given the opportunity.
Provided with finger pointers, the vote went like this: three cast members – Cavill, Fisher and Gadot - said they'd like to play The Flash, while Affleck and Miller said they'd like to play Wonder Woman. To top off the voting, Momoa said he'd play Batman if he had the choice. Asked why The Flash got the majority, Fisher says, "Speed Force, man. Who would not want to use the Speed Force?"
With the voting split between three characters, that meant there was no love for Superman, Cyborg and Aquaman, but Cavill, Fisher and Momoa didn't seem to mind. Well, Momoa maybe did a little bit, as he feigned being upset by saying, "Obviously, no one wants to talk to fish."
Perhaps the affinity for The Flash's character among the majority of the cast gives fans a hint of what they can expect from Miller in Justice League when it finally makes its theatrical debut on November 17. After all, DC Films head Geoff Johns reportedly said in September that The Flash got the most positive response in test screenings, and was quoted in a tweet, saying, “Flash is the collective favorite coming out of Justice League.” In all likelihood, it's because of the levity The Flash brings to the film, which promises to be lighter in tone than the dark atmosphere of Batman V Superman.
Source: Nicole | All In
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