Just under 10 days remain before the release of 'Justice League'! The hype is real, and just to amp up the excitement, we've found an interview between the protagonists of the film and NewsAsia. The interview took place at the channel's studio, and saw the actors fantasise about the possibility of a DC and Marvel crossover.
"Do you think that maybe a Marvel and DC world could collide.... Do you think it's time for everyone to come together and fight the bad?" The responses for the most part, were positive: the actors liked the idea and thought about what such a world would be like.
"I like and have friends who do Marvel movies, and I think that there's room for all of us, in a way. I would love for both worlds to collide and be like a DC/Marvel whatever. I think it could be super awesome because they have great characters as well", said Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman). Ray Fisher (Cyborg) was less optimistic about the prospect: "It's red and blue, I mean it's literally down to 'What do you like? What are you in to?' I think, you know, to put it all together, you don't want it to take this sort of homogenised sort of tone either... I would love to see some of these characters fight one another, that would be really interesting to see, but, you also want to make sure that you're... that you maintain your own style and integrity."
It might just be a matter of time
However, Henry Cavill (Superman) assured a crossover will happen sooner or later: "It's been done in the comic books, and I think, once the stories start to run out, or people feel like they've seen it all before, yeah. I'm sure that there's something there in the future". Jason Momoa (Aquaman), laughed and fantasised over the idea: "I would love to be in a crossover... I mean like Hemsworth, I love him, and then it's like, to be next to Thor, or even, to be next to the Hulk and be like (he looks up). I could just get whacked by him, but I'm like 'ohh I'm gonna take you out into the water and drown your ass'."
DC and Marvel "need each other to survive. If one goes down, that means superheroes aren't popular and you don't want that, because if one goes down, the other goes down", continued Cavill, and we agree. A DC and Marvel crossover might very well happen in the future, but for now at least, Superheroes are very of the minute. 'Justice League' is set for UK release on 17th November, don't you miss it!