Every since the third Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer dropped, we've been teased by this idea that Doomsday is not part of the third act. Which sounds insane. We have a feeling that along with Doomsday, Lex Luthor will be busting out his Kryptonite laced armor from the Comic Books. But it sounds like another member of the Justice League may be at the villain's beck and call when we reach the crescendo of his epic superhero adventure. Latino Review has a new report on just how the Justice League will be introduced in the movie. Suffice it to say, there will be Spoilers ahead.
It has long been rumored that most of the Justice League will show up in Dawn of Justice. This is almost true. We've known for quite some time that Green Lantern (which ever iteration is being used, be it Hal Jordan or John Stewart) will not appear on screens until the very end of Justice League Part 1. From the sounds of it, Barry Allen is also getting the short shrift here, and will only be seen as a blur in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has a lot of things going on. And most of it is hinted at in the title. We'll see the Man of Steel and The Dark Knight go after each other in a big brawl. We'll also see the culmination of the Justice League. The dawn of the origination, if you will. And it all starts with Bruce Wayne and Kal-El. They will first hook up with Wonder Woman, who's length of screen time has not yet been confirmed, but is still being called a glorified cameo by sources close to the production. We've already seen her in action in the last two trailers, and know that she makes her first costumed appearance in the fight against Doomsday. Though, she'll be seen dancing with Bruce Wayne in her civilian clothes earlier in the movie.
We've seen Jason Momoa as Aquaman already. Just not in any of the trailers. Director Zack Snyder released an image of the underwater King early on in the production process to counter some smack talk in regards to the character making his way to the big screen. Though we're not sure if this photo helped or hurt the case. We've also seen the action figure being released early in 2016. But how is Aquaman actually introduced in the movie? It is Lex Luthor who will bring him into the proceedings in the last half of the movie. And when the dust settles from the end battle scene, we will then be introduced to Ray Fisher's Vic Stone. Though it is not yet known if he will be appearing as the full blown Cyborg. He will only have a fleeting cameo.
While The Flash will be seen in costume, it is a blink and you miss it moment. As it turns out, Ezra Miller will be making a slightly longer appearance out of costume and in his civilian wardrobe as Barry Allen. But some are speculating that his unmasked appearance may hit the cutting room floor. Which makes sense, if the film's 151 minute runtime is correct. What do you think? Is this enough of a Justice League to make the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice title worthy? Or is this more of a crack of dawn scenario?