Production for “Justice League” is well underway. After details of how The Flash, Cyborg, and Aquaman will be recruited by Batman and Wonder Woman was revealed, a new piece of concept art depicting the entire team standing side by side has surface online.
Aside from the red carpet premiere photo, there hasn’t been an official group shot of the cast together, so moviegoers will just have to make do with this new image below for a better look at the whole gang.
The concept art doesn’t reveal too many noticeable changes for the main Trinity of Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman. There are some slight noticeable upgrades to Batman’s suit with the added armour and a pinch of blue tint in the grey areas. Wonder Woman’s costume remains almost identical to the one seen in “Dawn of Justice” with only some slight adjustments made to the colour brightness.
The biggest difference are Flash and Cyborg’s costumes. The Flash stands out from the crowd for very obvious reasons. His bright red suit is a contrast from the muted colours of his allies. Could this be a visual way of illustrating what Barry Allen brings to the team?
Beside him, Cyborg has the most elaborately high-tech look of the bunch. It is, however, worth keeping in mind that this may not be the final version we’d see in “Justice League”. Since Cyborg will be created in CGI, director Zack Snyder still has plenty of time to toy around with different ideas.
Elsewhere, a new behind-the-scenes image also gives us our first proper glimpse at Gal Gadot as the Amazonian warrior princess donning her iconic cloak. Looking regal and fierce, the hooded cloak is actually part of the traditional apparel of Wonder Woman’s home island, Themyscira.
Some brand new photos from the “Justice League” set also gives us a look at Aquaman in his own environment. Seen in his full costume and makeup, a heavily tattooed Jason Momoa is sporting a bunch of greenish gold scales and sparse armour, together with his trident. Given the nature of the Atlantean God, it’s safe to assume that most of his scenes will be effects-heavy.
Thanks to these new pics, we now have a better notion of what our superheroes will look like. The DC Extended Universe may have gotten off to a rough start, but it seems to be improving in strides. From the looks of it, there’s still plenty to be excited about DC’s upcoming movies.
“Wonder Woman” will arrive on 2nd June 2017, followed by “Justice League” on 17th November 2017 and “Aquaman” on 27th July 2018.