First Look: Concept Art Featuring The JUSTICE LEAGUE Lineup


Later this evening, Warner Brothers will be debuting some new looks at their upcoming slate of comic book films including Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice, Wonder Woman and Suicide Squad on the CW special DC Films Presents: The Dawn of the Justice League. Ahead of those sneak peeks, the studio has released the first bit of promotional concept art for their two-part Justice League film which all of these other films are building towards.

As you can see below, it shows off Superman, Batman, Aquaman and Wonder Woman, all characters we have already seen in Man Of Steel or know that we will see in March’s Batman V Superman. It also includes our first look at two other Justice League members – Cyborg and the Flash. You can see the full piece below.

Ray Fisher and Ezra Miller have been cast to play Cyborg and the Flash respectively, but there films are still a few years off. Fisher is confirmed as having an appearance in Batman V Superman and it is rumored that Miller will cameo in that film as well. Both heroes will get their solo films after the first Justice League film premiers on November 17, 2017. The Flash speeds onto screens on March 23, 2018. while Cyborg is scheduled for an April 3, 2020 release.

The big question, though, is where is Green Lantern? It was thought that the hero would also be in the Justice League films as he was a founding member of the group in the comics and because Warners has a Green Lantern Corps movie scheduled for June 19, 2020. Could the character be absent because they haven’t cast an actor into the part yet? Or perhaps he will figure into Warners’ DC Comics Cinematic Universe in a different way, though I am not sure how? Maybe we’ll find out tonight when the special airs at 9:30 pm.


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