In a recent interview, Michael McElhatton confirmed that he plays a role in Justice League. Although the actor didn’t reveal any details about his mysterious character, he did share his important observation.
“I found that the scene I did, which is a big opening scene, was pretty dark in its tone. But in a good way. It wasn’t comic booky, but I think you can thread a certain amount of humor through it, which maybe the previous one was lacking,” said Hinds. Fans can check out the full interview below.
DCEU has faced a lot of heat from fans and critics for its dark tone in Batman v Superman. Since then, we have been assured that the upcoming Justice League is entirely different compared to the previous title. Furthermore, McElhatton himself confirmed that the movie has “certain amount of humor.”
McElhatton is quite known for playing as Roose Bolton in Game of Thrones. He is the second actor from the TV series to be hired to play a role in Justice League.
Earlier last year, it was revealed that Ciaran Hinds would play as Steppenwolf in the DCEU film. Recently, the actor embraced the role and spoke about playing the character wearing motion capture suit.
Hinds played as Mance Rayder in Game of Thrones. Since then, he went on to play intriguing characters in movies like Hitman: Agent 47 and Bleed for This.
Justice League releases on November 17th, 2017. by far, Steppenwolf is the only confirmed villain in the movie. Prior, fans will get to watch Wonder Woman on June 2nd.
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