Aside from an official reveal of Jason Momoa as Aquaman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and a handful of lofty rumors, we don't quite know what the King of Atlantis is doing in the epic superhero movie. The same goes for Ezra Miller as The Flash. Both characters are rumored to appear in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. But with most of the action focused on The Dark Knight, The Man of Steel and Wonder Woman, chances are, the iconic DC superheroes won't get much time to play. A new rumor from Heroic Hollywood claims to know exactly what both Aquaman and The Flash will be doing when they make their big screen debut next March.

While not confirmed by anyone at DC Comics or Warner Bros., Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is said to contain a scene that finds Bruce Wayne breaking into Lexcorp, where he hacks into the computer mainframe. He is able to bring up surveillance footage from the monitors, and it is here that we are first introduced to Ezra Miller as The Flash. He is seen stopping a robbery in a blur, and we don't really get to see his true appearance just yet. The scene goes on to show Jason Momoa's Aquaman trapped in a containment chamber. He stands to slam his hand against the glass. It's his big moment.

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Is this all we'll see of Aquaman and The Flash as Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice sets up Justice League Part 1 for 2017? It is rumored that Aquaman's capture will actually happen in Suicide Squad, which opens 6 months later. It is believed that Suicide Squad takes place between Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, though we have yet to see anything that backs up that claim. It isn't known if there will be more with The Flash and Aquaman, or if their cameo will be completely relegated to a computer monitor. All of the heroes except for Green Lantern are rumored to unit together at the end of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, as hinted at in the title. Will that actually happen is something we'll have to wait and see.