10 Major Issues Surrounding The Justice League Movie

5. Too Many Characters, Not Enough Screentime

One of the more obvious problems in creating a successful Justice League movie is to make sure that none of the characters are underdeveloped. The movie will have a hard time in maintaining the delicate balancing act between introducing new characters and paying service to the established ones, especially when you consider the sheer size of the cast that a project of this scale requires. Carrying over from Batman vs Superman will obviously be Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck, as well as Jeremy Irons, Gal Gadot and Ray Fisher. There is also a chance that Jesse Eisenberg, Holly Hunter, Diane Lane, Amy Adams, Laurence Fishburne and Harry Lennix could all appear in some capacity, depending on the outcome of the narrative. Then, in Justice League the movie will need to introduce the remaining team members, whoever they may be. It seems safe to assume that Green Lantern and The Flash will be part of the Justice League, and the filmmakers can choose from the likes of Aquaman, Green Arrow and Martian Manhunter to make up the numbers. Then there is the matter of casting the villain or villains, and the continuing rumors of Dwayne Johnson's involvement with DC and their movie division. Mixing the recognizable characters with those making their cinematic debuts will be a tough task, and it will be difficult to make sure that nobody gets lost in the shuffle. Which leads us to the next major issue...

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