The full JUSTICE LEAGUE panel at San Diego Comic Con 2017 is here! You can watch the video below. I’ve started to write a summary of the panel, and I’ll finish it as soon as I can.

The Justice League panel was part of the Warner Bros. Presentation at San Diego Comic Con 2017, it was moderated by Chris Hardwicke and it featured Ben Affleck (Bruce Wayne/Batman), Ezra Miller (Barry Allen/The Flash), Gal Gadot (Diana Prince/Wonder Woman), Ray Fisher (Victor Stone/Cyborg) and Jason Momoa (Arthur Curry/Aquaman). The first question was for Ben Affleck, about the recent rumors that he might be leaving Batman soon. Although he didn’t exactly address it, he said that playing that character was a dream come true, and after two movies it is still hard to believe he gets to do it. He also said that getting together with the League was an amazing moment, and Ezra added that he kept trying to touch everyone because the costumes looked so real.

Gal Gadot was (rightfully) praised for the success of Wonder Woman, and she thanked the audience for making it the hit that it was, stating that Diana is a beautiful character to play because she stands for everything that is good.

The first question for Ezra was about the DC Universe and what makes it so special, to which he replied “Well, as we know, DC Universe is the first comic universe. And this league that we are in is the first. Unless you count the only one that came before us, The Justice Society of America, which is, of course, us as well. Yeah. And so… I mean, I’m thrilled. What more can I say? It’s the greatest, as far as I’m concerned”. Ray Fisher explained that The Flash and Cyborg bonded over getting their powers through experiments and the traumas that resulted from that, and also because they are the youngest members of the League. Gal complained about the “youngest” bit, and Ezra pitched in, saying Wonder Woman is “ancient”, while their characters are basically college kids.

To be continued…

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Ezra was at San Diego Comic Con 2017 yesterday, where he spent all day promoting JUSTICE LEAGUE. There was a Warner Bros. Presentation Panel, which featured him and his co-stars, and they also went around posing for portraits and giving interviews. This post will focus on the images from the event, and I’ll update it as they come out. Follow our site on Twitter @ezramillercom and turn on the notifications to know whenever something is added!

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A new sneak peek from JUSTICE LEAGUE was released earlier today at Comic Con! I’m currently writing the master posts from the event, but you can watch the video below. Screen captures from it have been added to our photo gallery!

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A new promotional still from JUSTICE LEAGUE was released earlier today by Entertainment Weekly! It features Ezra as The Flash, Ben Affleck as Batman and Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman. Our gallery has been updated with the image, as well as an official artwork we had been missing.

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Lego is taking a life-size Flash to San Diego Comic Con! Thanks to Mashable, we have several pictures of the model, and in one of them you can see the concept art of the character in DC’s Cinematic Universe, as well as a drawing of Ezra – judging by his haircut and outfit, it seems they were inspired by his look at the premiere of Batman v. Superman last year, which you can see here.

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When thousands of geeks descend on San Diego Comic Con later this month, many will pause at the Lego booth to admire the toy company’s latest large-scale model: a human-sized replica of the Flash, in brick form.

What onlookers won’t see is the months of preparation that go into large-scale brick-building. It’s a process that takes place about 2,500 miles across the country at the Lego model shop in Enfield, Connecticut, where a small team of builders tirelessly to produce pieces that delight brick fans worldwide.

This year’s Comic Con superhero comes courtesy of Master Builder Mark Roe, a 23-year model shop veteran.

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