'Justice League's Ray Fisher Reveals Cyborg Easter Egg In Batman V Superman

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"I just did Jimmy Kimmel's show and that was a lot of fun, and then there's a party after that I'll go to. you know, just sitting down", Affleck shared about his plans for the rest of the night.

Long-awaited characters like Cyborg and Aquaman are finally set to make their debut in DC's cinematic universe when Justice League premieres this week, but director Zack Snyder has been planting the seeds for their appearances in his previous movies.

The early reactions are in and it seems that Justice League continues down the path laid out by Wonder Woman and proves to be a tonally fun film with breakout performances.

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At this point, there's no telling how Justice League is going to turn out.

Justice League finds Affleck's Bruce Wayne, in the wake of Superman's apparent death, gathering together a team of superheroes to fight a new enemy.

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"It was very clear that the tone of the movie was different than Batman vs Superman", Gadot told AP. "Henry (Cavill), Ben and I had a wonderful addition with Ezra and Jason and Ray (that) just stirred everything up".

The epicenter of DC Comcs has always revolved around Batman and Superman but that is starting to change.

"I know there's this misconception that because I'm not directing it, maybe I wasn't enthusiastic about it", Affleck stated. "They're retooling the script, so I can't really say anything for certain".

On the front burner, however, is "Aquaman", scheduled for release in December 2018, a Wonder Woman sequel due in 2019 (with director Patty Jenkins returning) and a Cyborg movie. Also in the works: Shazam, starring Zachary Levi as Earth's mightiest mortal; a Suicide Squad sequel directed by Gavin O'Connor (The Accountant); and a Batgirl project written and directed by Whedon.

Saving the world is serious business for these two comic-book icons in Justice League.

Speaking to USA Today while promoting Justice League, Affleck once again sounds sceptical of the project, saying the upcoming The Batman project is "something I'm contemplating".