It's finally time for DC Comics' premiere superhero team to get their live action debut. The upcoming Justice League will see the likes of Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Flash, Cyborg, and yes, Superman, together on the big screen as they combat an invasion from Apokolips led by the villainous Steppenwolf. Warner Bros. may have taken some shortcuts to get here, but there's no doubt that the movie is going to be a must-see event when it hits theaters.
With a movie as big as Justice League, you know that there will be tons of characters running around beyond the core roster of heroes. Justice League will feature several returning characters from previous DCEU films, while also introducing new players who will be integral moving forward in a post-Justice League world. To help make sense of it all, we've compiled a list of every confirmed character for Justice League, in addition to some of the bigger rumors thrown in for good measure.
This one's a no-brainer. Batman is the lynchpin of the Justice League, having assembled the team in the wake of Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice to combat a new threat. The Caped Crusader (Ben Affleck) is going to be a major character, finally learning to "play well with others again," as Commissioner Gordon put it. To keep up with his super-powered teammates, Batman has a number of powerful new vehicles and costumes at his disposal to help give him an edge.
Mankind doesn't deserve her, but boy are we glad she's here anyway. After stealing the show in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice and captivating the world in her solo film, Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) is back! This time around, she's helping Bruce Wayne assemble his team of metahumans to fight against an impending invasion. The Princess of Themyscira is sure to be a key player in the movie, as well as a major powerhouse.
Dead or not, you can't have a Justice League movie without Superman (Henry Cavill). Though the character met his untimely death at the hands of Doomsday, Superman is nonetheless returning to the world of the living in Justice League, and Warner Bros. hasn't been shy about showing off the Man of Steel in promotional images, either. We don't know exactly how he'll come back, but rumors indicate that Superman could be wearing a black version of his costume and one can only hope that it will be accompanied by a beard and mullet.