Gal Godot Says the Justice League Actors Are Just Like Their Characters

Wednesday, 19 October 2016 - 11:32AM
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Wednesday, 19 October 2016 - 11:32AM
Gal Godot Says the Justice League Actors Are Just Like Their Characters
Gal Godot just made us even more excited for the cast's chemistry in Justice League. While it already seemed like the actors have a great rapport, Godot just stated in an interview that they not only get along famously on set, they have a very similar dynamic to their characters in Justice League. According to Godot, all of them are somewhat like their characters in real life (which only some of them should take as a compliment, probably).

In an interview with Hey U Guys (via Screenrant), Godot discussed the experience of working with her Justice League co-stars on the upcoming movie:

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"They're all different and great. Working with such a big cast and having so many different personalities on set every day, it was super interesting. They're lovely people. It's funny because literally each and every one of them is the character in a weird way. Henry [Cavill] has this goodwill and is polished and is pure. Ben is more cynical and more dark and more Batmany… you have all of them and it was great fun. And I really enjoyed working with them."
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Although we don't know them, we can totally see this. When fans were first complaining about Batfleck, many argued that he would be amazing in the role because he basically is Bruce Wayne IRL. Godot is unquestionably a bad-ass, having served in the Israeli army, and in public appearances and interviews she has seemed just as warm, charismatic, and kind as Diana Prince. Meanwhile, Ezra Miller definitely seems as snarky as Barry Allen, and Jason Momoa is just as larger-than-life and affable as Aquaman. 

Just look at these Instagram photos of the Justice League wrap party, where Momoa and Affleck are hilariously in-character:



Mad crazy love for Gal Ezra Ray Henry and Ben It's been an honor JL wrap. ALOHA j

A photo posted by Jason Momoa (@prideofgypsies) on



Henry Cavill is a little more of a wild card, and we know less about Ray Fisher, but the thesis seems pretty sound. Either way, we'll see how well the cast embodies their characters when the movie comes out on November 17, 2017.
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