~Matt Key

There’s a new report out from Latino-Review just yesterday talking about the more peripheral characters from the Justice League and how they appear in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice.

Now, listen, none of this is confirmed at all, so take everything we say here with a serious grain of salt.

However, that being said, should these rumors turn out to be true, they could be spoilers. So, with your grain of salt firmly in hand, proceed with caution.

As the site points out, Dawn of Justice is building towards the Justice League movies and will, therefore, play a small part in introducing the other members of the Justice League, all be it in a small way. We’ve already got our holy DC Comics Trinity of Batman (Ben Affleck), Superman (Henry Cavill) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) in place, but where does that leave the rest?


First up in the report, Aquaman, played by Jason Momoa. As the article reports, it’s “Lex Luthor ends up bringing him into the proceedings.” This goes against what many people speculated, and that is that he more or less came into the film with a beef against Superman similar to Batman — that being that he damaged the oceans with his epic fight against Zod.


Then there’s Vic Stone, who goes on to become Cyborg as played by Ray Fisher. The site offers no information on him except that he’ll “appear in the movie in a cameo introduction.” It’s likely that we’ll see a nod to him playing football or something like that. Maybe we’ll also see a reference to Silas and Elinore Stone and the cybernetics lab where they work — S.T.A.R. Labs.


And finally, we’ve got The Flash, as played by Ezra Miller. Apparently, it’s “bad news” as they call it because he just “comes up for a brief moment (he’s just a blur), but it’s such a brief aside.” However, their good news is that we get to see him “in another scene just not in costume.”

But, that scene might also be cut from the movie, so in the end we may just be left with a quick flash and then nothing.

So that’s it.

Maybe these will turn out to be true — we won’t know until March 25, 2016.

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