Cyborg and why he's important to the Justice League


Cyborg and why he's important to the Justice League

And because this is a group of lovely, superpowered people fighting to save the world, there will inevitably be some sexual tension between the men of the team and the lone female member.

A rumor broke over the weekend that Gadot would refuse to return as Diana of Themyscira for the Wonder Woman sequel unless Warner Bros. completely removed Ratner from the project.

Ever since the release of - and mixed reception to - Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, there's been intense speculation about Ben Affleck's purported unhappiness with the DCEU, and his future as The Dark Knight. That's yet to be seen. But these heroes must be brought together to face a common threat and Wonder Woman actress, Gal Gadot, explained why Steppenwolf is the ideal villain for Justice League. All in under two hours.

While this doesn't give us too much insight into the character himself, it does speak to the more simplified approach this film is taking. And while the changes could have easily led to a hot mess of a movie, it luckily hasn't.

The Justice League hype train has officially left the station.

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According to Entertainment Weekly, Whedon's reshoots allowed Affleck to "play the dynamics, the sexual tension with Wonder Woman, the regular old tension with Flash".

The early reactions are in and it seems that Justice League continues down the path laid out by Wonder Woman and proves to be a tonally fun film with breakout performances. They even kissed in Joe Kelly and Doug Mahnke's JLA run, but made a decision to stay friends. But in new photos from the set of Justice League, their garb is substantially... less than there was before.

OK, it's not the holidays quite yet, but with Justice League hitting theaters November 16, 2017, it sure feels like waiting for holiday presents.