Justice League is a 2017 American comic, superhero movie. It was distributed by Warner Bros and is a superhit work produced by Charles Roven, Deborah Synder, and Geoff Johns. It took the box office to $658 million. We cannot expect Justice League 2 to happen before 2021 because we don’t have any information on the filming or release yet. Zack Snyder, the director, told in one of his interviews with Hollywood Reporter that he wants a break from superhero movies. He dropped out during the post-production of the film. Joss Whedon took charge to finish off the movie.
Cast in Justice League 2
We have information on Gal Gadot playing Wonder Woman. Jason Momoa will be seen as Aquaman, Ray Fisher as Cyborg, and Ezra Miller as The Flash. The role of Batman will be taken up by Ben Affleck and a cameo of Henry Cavill as Superman. According to a few sources, we have a date of its release to be December 25, 2020. Due to the delay caused in the statement, it is safe to assume that there might be a few changes in the cast. We can see new additions and lead actors might change.
Few of the posts of directors showed Cyborg confronting a vision of himself within a mother box. Barry Allen traveled back to the past to stop the forces from reuniting with Motherbox and unleashing the anti-life equation. Earth also hinted at a Batman vision by a time-traveling flash. Synder hinted towards the villains bringing future to the past. We can see time going in and Flash traveling to Cyborg inside Motherbox.
When Can We Expect Justice League 2?
Previously, the director announced the release in 2019, but due to tragic incidents in Snyder’s family, he put a hold to the version. It was handed over to John Whedon to finish off the filming. Production of Justice League 2 started after Batman vs. Superman, but then Snyder planned the release of The Last Photograph. He took this up even before Man of Steel or Batman 5. We can expect the movie to hit the theatres in 2021 or at the end of this year in December.