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JUSTICE LEAGUE (2017): Ezra Miller to Play THE FLASH and Jason Momoa Locked for AQUAMAN

Ezra Miller The Flash

Ezra Miller to Play The Flash and Jason Momoa Confirmed for Aquaman in the Justice League. The Justice League has finally come full circle after Warner Bros. announced that Ezra Miller and Jason Momoa are confirmed to play The Flash and Aquaman as part of the DC Cinematic Universe.

According to Variety, Warner Bros. made the announcement in a press release about the casting news in a highly anticipated move by the studio. Ezra Miller, known for his great performances on The Perks of Being a Wallflower and We Need to Talk About Kevin, became the unexpected choice to play the big screen version of The Flash. This also confirms that there won’t be any crossovers between the DC television and movie universes since Grant Austin is playing the TV version of The Flash.

It was also obvious that Jason Momoa would be playing Aquaman after all the rumors swirled around that he was in the running to play the Prince of Atlantis. The announcement by Warner Bros. finally ended speculations on who would play the final two key members of the Justice League.

We can expect these two superheroes to make a possible appearance on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and a part of the cast in the Justice League movie. To give you all a quick line-up of the Justice League members and the actors playing them, check out our list below:

Superman: Henry Cavill

Batman: Ben Affleck

Wonder Woman: Gal Gadot

The Flash: Ezra Miller

Aquaman: Jason Momoa

Cyborg: Ray Fisher

So what do you think of Ezra Miller playing The Flash? Are you glad Jason Momoa is confirmed to play Aquaman?

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