Zack Snyder accidentally reveals Justice League costumes The director accidentally revealed never before seen costumes through Twitter

Justice League concept art via "The Dawn of the Justice League" TV special

Director Zack Snyder has accidentally revealed several costumes for his new Justice League film through a Twitter photo.

Snyder tweeted a picture of him and actor Jason Mamoa from the Justice League: Part One set at Warner Bros.’s Leavesden Studios in London. Several costumes and props can be seen behind the two. The most notable aspect of the photo is that The Flash’s costume is visible. This Twitter photo is the first picture ever of the film’s version of the costume.

The Flash (aka Barry Allen) is set to be played by actor Ezra Miller. Miller’s version will have no connection to Grant Gustin’s portrayal of the character on The CW Network show, The Flash, which is currently in the middle of its second season.



A closer look at the costumes in the photo Snyder tweeted.

Some additional details that can be seen in the photo are the previously revealed Aquaman costume, a nondescript black outfit and concept art for an unknown female character. There is some fan speculation about the latter two, with some wondering if the black costume is for Aquaman nemesis Black Manta or basis for another hero, such as Batman or Green Lantern. As for the female character, there is speculation that she is supposed to be Mera, Queen of Atlantis and Aquaman’s wife.

Miller will also make an appearance as the character in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. He will appear in a minor role along with Mamoa as Aquaman and Ray Fisher as Cyborg. The actors will also reprise their roles in the Justice League movie. The rest of the League will be made up of Henry Cavill as Superman, Ben Affleck as Batman and Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, all of whom have featured roles in Batman v Superman, which will open in theaters on March 25. Justice League: Part One is set to begin filming in April.

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