When we sat down with Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), Henry Cavill (Superman), Ben Affleck (Batman), Jason Momoa (Aquaman), Ezra Miller (The Flash) and Ray Fisher (Cyborg), they revealed their favourite UNSEEN clips as well as who they'd love to join them in a sequel. "There's only so much you can do with other 15, 20 percent of the movie". The same goes for most of the score from "Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice" which was co-produced by Zimmer and Junkie XL.
Judging by the 280-character reviews provided on Twitter by the fortunate fans and critics who were lucky enough to catch the early screening of Justice League, the general consensus is that the film not flawless but is still plenty of fun with the banter between the superheroes finding a lot of fans.
For fans who have been waiting for the soundtrack of "Justice League", Warner Bros. has now made it available to stream on YouTube through the official WaterTower Music channel.
Despite this, Ben remains enthusiastic about the superhero concept and says the release of "Justice League" is occurring at the ideal moment. And Wonder Woman, a more evolved and experienced heroine in the wake of her movie, "understands the pressure and the stakes" of the invading force, Gadot says. This is the culmination of all the DC Extended Universe films coming together for the first time and there is a lot riding on this project. "You feel like a kid", Momoa adds. Not really burdened with backstory exposition, "Justice League" tells its eventful story swiftly and sleekly in under two hours.
The Amazonian warriors in the recent Wonder Women film directed by Patty Jenkins were clothed in functional armor that covered their stomachs and chests.
Regarding the Matt Reeves Batman movie, the Washington Times article says Matt Reeves is starting fresh on the screenplay, which means The Batman movie release date is several years off.
While he ponders his own future as the Dark Knight, the actor does see a timeliness in Justice League's arrival now. "Only in retrospect can you understand why".