Ever since the announcement of the release of Zack Snyder’s Justice League on HBO Max next year, the fans and followers of the Justice League are hopeful that the Warner Bros will make a sequel to its 2017 film. It has been over three years since Justice League premiered in the theaters. Recently there have been speculations that the superhero assembly film is making a comeback under the DC Extended Universe. Here is everything we know about the possibility of a sequel to Justice League and who will be in the cast of the superhero assembly film.
Justice League: Is A Sequel To The 2017 Superhero Assembly Film On The Cards?
The rumors of a sequel to Justice League first came into the news in 2017, but the movie was never made. But, lately, the speculations of a sequel to the superhero assembly film is in the forefront again. There is news that DC and Warner Bros are planning on working on the superhero assembly film. The sequel to Justice League has not been confirmed by the production house yet. Patty Jenkins, the director of Wonder Woman, has shown interest in directing the superhero assembly film.
Justice League: Who Will Be A Part Of The Cast Of The Speculated Superhero Assembly Film?
The fans and followers of the Justice League are eager to know who would be the part of the cast if a sequel to the superhero assembly film is made. Since the release of the Justice League, Ben Affleck has stepped down as Batman. Robert Pattinson is the new Knight crusader. It is not known whether Henry Cavill will return as Superman. Jason Momoa as Aqua Man and Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman can reprise their roles. It is also not known whether Ezra Miller and Ray Fisher will return as Flash and Cyborg in the sequel.
Justice League: When Will The Speculated Film Release In The Theaters?
If a sequel to Justice League gets a green signal from the production house, then the fans will have to wait long to watch the movie. Due to the current global situation and busy schedules of the actors, it is too soon to predict when the sequel would release.