October 18, 2016: Gal Gadot Talks About Working with the Cast of “Justice League”

In an interview with HeyUGuys, Gal Gadot (sitting alongside Jon Hamm to promote their new film “Keeping Up With the Joneses”) talks about working on the “Justice League” film, and how each of the cast members is so much like the character they’re playing.

“Justice League” is scheduled for release on November 17, 2017.

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October 18, 2016 5:02 pm

Huh. From this, I can infer that she’s worked more extensively with not just the obvious guys, but Henry as well. She only had one scene with him in BVS and after that, it was just their CG doubles. I wonder what kind of work she’ll be doing with him in this film…

October 18, 2016 11:35 pm
Reply to  DE-EL

I don’t know if it’s going to be all that much.
They obviously are not going to bring him back right off the bat. There’s a lot of speculation he will not be around until the 3rd act, and given the fact Henry was spotted in Miami about 2 months before they wrapped shooting means he didn’t have a huge role, gives that speculation creedence.
He’s probably going to be a corpse for most of the film then come back to life just in the nick of time to be the muscle for the final showdown.

October 19, 2016 12:26 pm
Reply to  LJ_602

That’s the rumor. The thing is though, it was said earlier by Debbie and Zack Snyder that Superman’s resurrection will be a part of the actual story. Also, we received no word of Henry working recently with Diane, Amy, or Jesse, all of whom are confirmed to be in this film. And I think they only wrapped shooting in London, as they are now in Iceland. Also, both Zack and Geoff Johns stated that Superman will be in all of his glory in this film and do remember that MOS and BVS were building him up quite a bit. Narratively… Read more »

October 21, 2016 9:40 am

Wow! They are great!
I have heard that if you are performing a role in a movie, you start acting as your heroes in real life! It is a very interesting thing, actually. This research paper proves my point of view.