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Entertainment Weekly


Justice League: Ezra Miller's Flash joins Batman, Wonder Woman in new photo

Warner Bros. Pictures; DC Comics

We’ve seen Batman battle Superman. We watched Deadshot form an unlikely alliance with Harley Quinn. But the team-up DC Comics’ fans are really waiting for is when the entire Justice League comes together to save the world.

“I’m super happy with the chemistry of my league of justice doers,” says director Zack Snyder (Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice), who’s in the middle of editing the November release.

Justice League will delve into the details of how these individual heroes readjust their egos to fight as a collective. Turns out, aligning these disparate — and outsized — personalities can be as difficult as fighting bad guys.

Take Ezra Miller’s version of the Flash, the league’s overly excitable kid brother who uses humor to mask his pain. “Flash is Ringo Starr,” says Miller, pictured here alongside allies the Dark Knight (Ben Affleck) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot). “He annoys everybody, but he doesn’t have any specific beef with anyone.”

Miller also offers up Flash’s blunt assessment of his fellow leaguers. “Uncle Fish Curry [Aquaman] is very grumpy. Dad [Batman] gets grumpy too. (He’s had a long life of fighting crime.) ­Wonder Woman is very considerate, so even though she’s annoyed with the Flash, she’s still very compassionate.” Yeesh. Don’t get him started on Superman.

Justice League hits theaters on Nov. 17, 2017.