Justice League 2 Who Are The Members Of Justice League? Who Are The Villains In Justice League 2? Why Did Justice League Flop At The Box Office?

Justice League is an American superhero film based on DC comics of the same name. It released in 2017. It was a follow up to Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice. Zack Snyder directed it and Chris Terrio wrote it with Joss Whedon. The film is one of the most expensive films ever made, with an estimated budget of $300 million.

The members of the Justice League include Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Aquaman, and Cyborg.

Why did Justice League flop at the Box Office?


Poor execution compiled with bad luck led to a major disappointment in the movie’s box office collections. It had the lowest opening of any DC Comics Extended Universe film. It had a domestic total of $96 Million. It earned $110 million in the whole of North America. Some have attributed the film’s failure to a lack of leadership. Some say it was bad press and marketing. Others have even gone on to say that the decisions involved with the film were rushed and it had become a sort of bad luggage to be left behind. It had been treated as a project that was to be gotten rid of. No one had cared enough to bring it to the best possible shape. It looked half-finished. All these things might have been probable reasons contributing to the film’s box office failure.


Justice League 2: Everything we know. Who are the villains in Justice League 2?

The Snyder Cut a.k.a Zack Snyder’s Justice League is going to release in HBO Max in April 2021. This can pave the way for a potential Justice League 2. The original cast is expected to reprise their roles, but it is confirmed that Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot will return as Superman and Wonder Woman.


Who might the villains be in the upcoming film?

Darkseid might return as villain especially because the team had taken down his minion Steppenwolf. Lex Luthor and Slade “Deathstroke” Wilson might have a supervillain team-up.

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