Nov 30, 2016 09:59 PM EST
Why Zack Synder Might Make History; John Cleese Foreshadows Joining ‘Justice League’?
It seems like the DC Comics is cooking some comedic touch if the buzz about Monty Python icon John Cleese joining the "Justice League" cast is true.
Comicbook.com reported that A twitter user, Dennis Lamb, recently made an exciting news when he tweeted that members of the team behind the anticipated DC Extended Universe films followed John Cleese on Twitter, wherein the latter followed the director of the movie Zack Synder and Ben Affleck from "The Batman." In addition, it seems that photographer Clay Enos, known to have worked closely in DC films, has added to the list of proofs as he is also seen to have followed Cleese.
This did not go unnoticed in the eyes of excited viewers who immediately speculated that the actor might become a part of the comic animation. In fact, Reddit immediately suggested various roles fit to his image such as Dr. Fate, Granny Goodness, or G. Gordon Godfrey. Many believe that Clesse joining the cast is a good sign for the movie since he has always been known for his remarkable comedic cameo roles.
There are those who even think that even if he cannot be casted in "Justice League," he can be in other DC films like "The Batman." Although no report is yet confirming this, the answer that fans want to believe in is pretty obvious.
In other news, Cinema Blend reported that Zack Synder seems bound to make history when "Justice League" hits cinemas next year, specifically on Nov. 17. After "Man of Steel" and "Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice," "Justice League" will be his third film in the DCEU and the powerhouse cast of this animation will have him reach another milestone. In addition to the well-known superheroes, Justice League will feature additional characters such as Aquaman, The Flash and Cyborg.
For those who might be fishing for juicy details about "Justice League," Bleeding Cool suggests that you follow the Twitter accounts of some Justice League crew like Nora Robertson, Freddie hall and Dave Wells.
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