Although production has already begun on Zack Snyder’s highly anticipated blockbuster, Justice League Part One, the film remains steeped in mystery. Aside from the seeds we saw planted during the events of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice, we know very little about how the titular League will even come together, and what sort of threat they will face when they do. That being said, the cast has slowly begun to come together quite nicely. In addition to the recent casting of J.K. Simmons as Commissioner Gordon, we now also know that DC has enlisted the acting chops of Simmons' fellow Spider-Man actor (and our favorite Green Goblin) Willem Dafoe for a major role in both Justice League films.

Although initial rumors seem to indicate that Willem Dafoe will portray a "good guy," in the upcoming Justice League movie, we here at Cinema Blend like to keep our bases fully covered. With that in mind we have taken it upon ourselves to compile a list of seven roles Dafoe could end up taking on (some good and some bad) when Justice League Part One finally hits theaters next year. Check out the list below and be sure to let us know whom you think he might be playing.

Oliver Queen (Or Another Aging Hero)
Through the simple act of casting Michael Douglas to portray an aging Hank Pym, Marvel Studios effortlessly informed decades worth of MCU superhero adventures without a single movie dedicated to his younger years. DC could very easily do the same by hiring Willem Dafoe to portray a character such as Oliver Queen’s Green Arrow, Ted Kord’s Blue Beetle, or Ray Palmer’s The Atom to emphasize the idea that heroes existed in the DCEU before the arrival of Superman, but the Kryptonian attack on Metropolis ushered in the age of SUPER heroes. He wouldn’t even have to done an iconic outfit. He could simply work behind the scenes as support for the younger lineup of modern heroes who will stand up to whatever threat the earth faces during the events of the films.

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