8 November 2017

So I’m finally catching up on the updates I missed during the Justice League press junket in London from last weekend. Here are some details and videos from several interviews Henry did in London!

Starting with Henry’s Instagram, he shared a photo of him in the Star Labs set that is a part of the Justice League Experience, comparing it to his PC gaming set up at home. The cast also posed for a group photo at the themed rooms.

The guys at Cosmic Book News generously shared some photos from the press conference on their site. I have added those in our gallery!

ComicBook.com was at the press conference and shared some info on their website. The cast was asked what they want fans to walk away with after seeing the movie, to which Henry answered with “For me, I hope people walk away from it first of all having enjoyed it and had fun, but more importantly to have it inspire, and to walk away with a sense of hope.” The site also shared a video compilation of the interviews they did with cast, wherein they shared details on making the film. Henry’s part starts at around the 4:50 mark, and of course, he was asked about the mustache and the process of removing it for the final cut.


In another interview, he discussed how Clark Kent could return from the dead, the tone of Justice League, and the photo of Superman’s black suit he posted last year.

In an interview with Access Hollywood, Henry talked about getting into and staying in Superman shape for the film, and even did an impression of his co-star, Jason Momoa.

With E! News, he talked about getting back into the Superman suit and how it’s like to work with the cast.

Lastly, the cast was also asked about their thoughts on a potential Marvel & DC crossover film, to which Henry responded with:

“I think the rivalry lives in the fans more so than it does in us. For all of us who are making these movies or I’m sure for the comic book artists and writers, there have been rivalries in the past but now it’s just about celebrating these characters, certainly for us. I mean, I’m sure when it comes to deep finances, when it comes to DC and Marvel there’s always going to be competition, yeah, 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.”

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