AceShowbiz - "Justice League" stars revealed whether or not they would like to see a DC/Marvel crossover, and they all seemed to agree. During a recent interview with Channel NewsAsia, %cBen Affleck%, %cRay Fisher%, %cGal Gadot%, %cJason Momoa% and %cHenry Cavill% were asked whether they wanted to partake in a DC/Marvel superhero film, and their answers made fans shook, because this could mean that seeing DC's Justice League and Marvel's Avengers together in one movie is not a far-fetched concept.
"I think it would be great," said Affleck in the sit-down interview with Fisher. "I'm sure it would be successful for everybody and people would like to do it, so why not?" The Batman depicter then joked that he didn't own DC or Marvel, so it was unfortunately not his decision to make. Affleck's co-star Fisher, who plays Cyborg, agreed with him and said, "I've been a huge DC fan growing up and I had fans that were huge fans of Marvel. I would love to see one of these characters fight one another."
Gadot, who plays Wonder Woman, also agreed with her co-star, saying, "I would love for both worlds to collide. I think it could be super awesome because they have some great characters as well." She also said that she had friends who worked with Marvel movies and thought that there would be room for DC Films' actors.
Momoa sounded more enthusiastic about the crossover. "I would love to be. Hell yeah! I mean like, Hemsworth, I love him," said the Aquaman depicter. "It's like, to be next to Thor, or to be next to the Hulk. It's like, 'Oh, I'm so going to take you out on the water and drown your a**,' " he added.
Cavill, who plays Superman, said, "Yeah, I think there's something there in the future." But the actor also brought up a brilliant point. He said that DC/Marvel rivalry was much more between the fans than the individual universes and the casts. "I'm sure when it comes to deep finances, when it comes to DC an Marvel, there's always going to be competition, but they need each other to survive as well. 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," the Superman depicter added.
The positive answers and feedback from "Justice League" actors might mean that there's a possibility of a DC and Marvel universe mash-up in the future, even though up to this point, it remains to be a vague concept.