Meet the DC Cinematic universe’s Aquaman (Jason Momoa), The Flash (Ezra Miller) and Cyborg (Ray Fisher).
“First, we got Aquaman,” Johns starts off. “His name is Arthur Curry, he’s the son of a lighthouse keeper and the Queen of Atlantis. He starts to develop these powers. He can breathe under water. He can communicate with sea life. He’s very strong.” He later adds, “He grows up not really feeling like he belongs in either world. So he’s man trapped between two worlds, but has a responsibility to protect both of them.”
“He’s been struck by the lightning, that’s the mythos, but he’s a human,” said Ezra Miller, who will star as Barry Allen in the film. “He can run through walls, he can run across water, he can run so fast that he can move into another plane of frequency where there’s another reality.”
“Victor Stone is an athlete, whose father is scientist,” Johns explains. “Victor is in a horrible accident and it is only through his father’s talents and skills in technology that he survives. But he survives only because he’s rebuilt into a cyborg.” He later adds, “He’s online 24/7. He doesn’t sleep. He just takes in data.”
“He is a technopath, which means he can just interface seamlessly with anything technological,” Fisher shares. “His greatest weakness is actually trying not to succumb to the technology. Trying to stay human.”
Justice League: Part One is scheduled to release November 2017.