Thanks to the Batman v Superman premiere and Jason Momoa, we have our first look at the Justice League cast all together in one place. The actor, who makes his debut appearance as Aquaman this weekend in Dawn of Justice shared the photos on his Instagram page. He's also included a first look at his Justice League trailer, as he flies back to set. But, perhaps best of all, we get to see him having his chest shaved to reprise the King of Atlantis role. Jason Momoa states the following.
"And there it is. THE JUSTICE LEAGUE Mahalo Zach and Debbie and the WARNER BROTHERS OHANA Amazing night aloha j"
Pictured in the photos alongside Jason Momoa are Henry Cavill (Superman), Ben Affleck (Batman), Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), Ezra Miller (The Flash) and Ray Fisher (Cyborg). They are all standing alongside their director Zack Snyder and producer Deborah Snyder. Ray Fisher and Jason Momoa seem to be getting a real kick out of each other, which makes us wonder about Cycborg and Aquaman's relationship in the next movie.
Reading some of the recent Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice reviews, it's not hard imagining director Zack Snyder jumping on the Justice League train just as the doors slammed shut, wiping his brow and thanking the lord he made it before this thing left the tracks. Earlier this year, there were plenty of rumors that Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice was in trouble. And that Zack Snyder was being removed from Justice League Part 1 as a result. That's not true, as Warner Bros. announced an April start date for the epic DC Comics ensemble, with the cast and crew already back in London today.
Though, even with pre-production in full swing, we wouldn't be surprised to see the studio shut down the movie. After all, they did it before with Miller's Justice League Mortal, which was crewed up and ready to go, with the plug pulled at the last second. But, alas, we doubt that will happen. In these latest photos, we see Jason Momoa quite ready to go back under the ocean. So, what do you think about seeing all of these guys together in one place? Does it get you pumped for Justice League Part 1? Or does Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice have you just a tiny bit worried.