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“It’s needed strong character to be the leader in a group of superheroes, despite being the least powerful,” said actor Ben Affleck on Batman, a role he himself plays in the film “Justice League”, recently released in Spain.

“League of Justice” gathers on the screen the superheroes Wonder Woman, Superman, Cyborg, Aquaman and Flash, all except Batman, with superpowers and a mission: save the planet from a serious threat.

Batman is the leader and he assumes the responsibility to unite Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Ciborg (Ray Fisher), Aquaman (Jason Momoa) and Flash (Ezra Miller) in the mission to replace the loss of Superman (Henry Cavill), deceased in “Batman vs Superman: The Dawn of Justice” (2016), and fight against a demonic threat, under the direction of Zack Snyder.

The moral of the film is the importance of leading the group when everyone is better than you.

“Not being superhuman is interesting,” Affleck said, forcing him to resort to character skills to fill that gap in this new installment of DC Comics, in which superheroes battle Steppenwolf, one of the main villains in comics of the North American publishing house.

“The idea is that Batman has things that no one else has, he’s a master of strategy. He may not have the super powers that we have the rest, but when you have to anticipate or defeat the enemy, nobody can with him”, says Cyborg, who, by the way, is convinced that there are many people in the world with the spirit of The Superheroes.

The film supposes the return to the screens of Gadot like Wonder Woman, after its beginning in “Batman vs Superman” and its first individual appearance in “Wonder Woman” (2016).

The Israeli actress explained to EFE that it is “interesting and fun” to work with actors and characters of very different behaviors and characters.

About her, Superman (Cavill) has said: “In these days in which we witness an evolution of society, Wonder Woman is more iconic, because it is necessary”. (November 18, 2017, EFE/Practica Español)

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