Willem Dafoe Joins Justice League

Posted: Apr 19 2016, 7:19pm CDT | by , in News | Latest Movie News

Willem Dafoe Joins Justice League
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Hit movies must really create a club at Warner Bros. and DC, as another Spider-Man alum is joining the Justice League Movies. They have already signed J.K. Simmons (who played J. Jonah Jameson in Spider-Man) to play Commissioner Gordon in their new Justice League film, and now The Hollywood Reporter has said that Willem Dafoe will be in the movie as well.

Dafoe, as many remember, played the Green Goblin in Raimi's take on the films. His villain is one of the absolute favorites from the Spider Man movies, and his acting is always absolutely top notch. Plus, his overall look really makes him a shoe in for all super hero movies – as a hero or a villain.

There hasn't been any report on the role he will play, but rumor has it that he will be playing a good guy. He is also signed on for both Justice League: Part One and Justice League: Part Two. So far, the casting of this movie looks absolutely amazing - in fact, this might be one of the largest collections of A-list actors in one movie in a long, long time. So far, Dafoe will join Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller, and Ray Fisher in the movie.

But still, everyone wants to know who Dafoe will be playing. It gets really tricky because everyone thinks, of course, that he will be playing some famous DC character. Still, Snyder has already shown that he's willing to kill of popular characters or change up characters that you already know and love.

Still, this movie looks like it is going to be absolutely amazing, so we will keep you updated.

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