All-mighty hero of ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ invades Ayala Malls Cinemas

Enter an all-new rocking realm at Ayala Malls Cinemas’ screens nationwide for Marvel’s latest superhero movie “Thor: Ragnarok”.

Ayala Malls Cinemas together with Disney Philippines treated its loyal movie guests and patrons to a night of fun and action as it showed them first one of this year’s biggest and most anticipated action-adventure movies on the newly opened A-Giant Screen at Ayala Malls Vertis North. The premiere was packed with guests that include celebrities Maymay Entrata, Edward Barber, Marco Gallo, Ruru Madrid, Ranz Kyle and Niana Guerrero and a lot more!

 

Upping the ante in movie viewing experience and in synch with the movie’s pulse-pounding action and fun adventure, Ayala Malls Cinemas showcases the A-Giant Screen, one of the country’s largest cinema screens, and features the country’s first ever movie skybox – a private lounge with motorized recliner seats providing utmost comfort while enjoying movies with your family and friends. Having in mind, one’s ultimate enjoyment as it continues to feature a varied selection of movies for all types of audiences. With the latest design and state-of-the-art technology at the cinema, Ayala Malls Cinemas and Disney Philippines’ guests definitely had a grand time!

“Thor: Ragnarok” is directed by Taika Waititi and picks up from the events of “Avengers: Age of Ultron.” In the film, Thor is imprisoned on the other side of the universe without his mighty hammer, and finds himself in a race against time to get back to Asgard to stop Ragnarok – the destruction of his homeworld and the end of Asguardian civilization. The movie stars Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Cate Blanchett, Idris Elba, Jeff Goldblum, Tessa Thompson, Karl Urban, Mark Ruffalo and Anthony Hopkins.

Experience it best at Ayala Malls Cinemas. See you at the movies!

WATCH: Top 10 finalists of Viddsee Juree Philippines 2017

Fresh, innovative and inspiring stories have been chosen to vie for top honors at the Viddsee Juree Philippines, a festival of short films that aim to celebrate and support filmmaker communities in Asia.

Viddsee Juree Awards is an initiative celebrating the entertainment industry’s picks of Asian short films from all genres: fiction, documentary and animation.

In this edition of Viddsee Juree Awards, stories are picked from the brightest talents and upcoming filmmakers from the Philippines to be watched and judged by a panel of international judges. Each short film shortlisted for the competition will be watched by millions online.

Juree is part of Viddsee’s commitment to celebrate and support filmmakers and film communities in Asia.

In Competition

These 10 hand-picked short films will be considered by our esteemed panel of judges for the Gold and Silver Prize. The winners will receive prizes at the awards ceremony in Manila, Philippines.

  1. Mother Of Perpetual Help (Inahan sa Kanunayng Panabang) by Chloe Veloso
  2. Maybe Aliens (Aliens Ata) by Glenn Barit
  3. Caterwaul by Josel Fajardo
  4. Companion (Kaulayaw) by Tashana Rivera
  5. Look Through (Dungaw) by Ralph Quincena
  6. Slingshot (Tirador) by Nathan Bringuer
  7. Lovely Is Off Air by Rogin Losa
  8. Redlights by Christian Lat
  9. In His Island (Sa Saíyang Islá) by Christian Candelaria
  10. Home (Nakauwi Na) by Marvin Cabangunay, Jaynus Olaivar

Watch all the entries here:


Mother Of Perpetual Help (Inahan sa Kanunayng Panabang) by Chloe Veloso

Three brothers quarrel over the rights of their ancestral home and the care of their mother suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.


Maybe Aliens (Aliens Ata) by Glenn Barit

Two brothers deal with the sudden loss of a father and an eventual separation with their overseas-filipino-worker mother. Some things are hard to grasp that’s why they turn to out-of-this-world things for an explanation. This is a film shot entirely with a drone.

NETPAC Jury Prize, Cinemalaya Philippine Independent Film Festival 2017
Best Short Film, Sinag Maynila Independent Film Festival 2017
In Competition, Kaohsiung Film Festival: International Short Film Competition 2017
Finalist, Short+Sweet Film Manila 2017
Exhibition, Diwa Filipino Showcase of Seattle 2017
Exhibition, BINISAYA Film Festival 2017


Caterwaul by Josel Fajardo

While watching an R-rated movie, two friends share and re-enact their first time.


Companion (Kaulayaw) by Tashana Rivera

A man seeking for happiness and stability but too scared to take the risks


Look Through (Dungaw) by Ralph Quincena

One school night, a problematic nursing student named Lea (Dennise Concepcion) struggles to contain her misery at the girls restroom after class. As she tries to pull herself together, she is surprised by the presence of a professor (Trechelle Ras) in the same comfort room. She then hurries to leave but her feet were stuck in the ground as she is startled when the professor voices out and questions her deepest secret. Lea, who denyingly answered the professor’s attempts to look through her, finds herself being counseled with her despair. As Lea and the Professor leave the restroom, Lea then realized that there were more secrets in the Nursing Building’s hallowed halls than she has herself, and unexpectedly finds herself being stuck in a traumatic situation.

4th Emman Awards – Best Film, Best Directing, Best Cinematography, Best Production Design, Best Editing, Best Sound Design, Best Actress (Dennise Concepcion), Best Supporting Actress (Trechelle Ras), Best Poster, Best Trailer
4th Emman Awards (Special Jury Prizes) – Screenwriter’s Vision Award, OG Concept Award, Andap Award, Cinematic Gem Award, Young Producer’s Award, Asian Film Festival Award, Millenial Hope Award, UFO KNIGHTS Award (Dennise Concepcion), UFO KNIGHTS Award (Trechelle Ras) Biemann Produktion Haus Grant
SinePiyu 2017 (Black Reel Category) – 3rd Best Film, Audience Choice Award, Best Cinematography, Best Editing
Ateneo Video Open 2017 – 2nd Best Film, Best Actress (Dennise Conecepcion), Best Editing
Carribean Film Festival & Market Semi-Finalist
Short+Sweet Film Festival Manila – Audience Choice Award (Heat 2), Best Actress (Dennise Concepcion), Audience Choice Award (Regional Gala)


Slingshot (Tirador) by Nathan Bringuer

Tirador is short film about a boy who wants to rescue his crush from her bullies.


Lovely Is Off Air by Rogin Losa

Lovely is a 23 year old aspiring radio DJ who remained jobless after her graduation and the failure of her online podcast, but now that FATE knocks on her door with an opportunity for her to be on her dream radio station, she must decide whether to stay in her stagnation or take the opportunity.

Mint Film Festival 2017- Best Director
Mint Film Festival 2017- Best Screenplay


Redlights by Christian Lat

A retired american tourist, Jimmy in his late 40’s, comes to the Philippines to start over, met by an overly helpful taxi driver Leon, he later agrees to be given a city tour by Leon, who beelines straight to the red light district that leads Jimmy into entrapment with the Police Officer.

Ottawa Digital Film Festival Best Film 2015
International Film Festival Manhattan Best Actor (Short Film) 2016


In His Island (Sa Saíyang Islá) by Christian Candelaria

A small fishing community struggles amidst an oil spill. Meanwhile, part of that community is a prepubescent and cheerful young boy struggling with his identity who finds comfort in his dreams of becoming a mermaid.

Likha Adarna (Best Thesis film)
Indie Un-Film Festival (Best Feature Film, Best Directing, and People’s Choice Award)


Home (Nakauwi Na) by Marvin Cabangunay, Jaynus Olaivar

A brave battle against grief, anger and injustice. “Nakauwi Na” follows Mang Jerry as he finds ways to earn enough money to get his son, a victim of extra judicial killings, out of the funeral home.


Viddsee’s head of content Nikki Loke comments: “Themes from the top ten films highlight local cultures and nuances, while others reflect universal themes of mental health and identity, for example. Overall, I was very impressed with all the elements of storytelling like casting, cinematography, script, supporting the authenticity of these stories.”

The winners of the Viddsee Juree Awards will be announced at a ceremony on Saturday, November 25, at the FDCP Cinematheque Centre Manila. Viddsee will also hold a series of workshops, forums and short film screenings at De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde on 24 November, and at the Cinematheque from 24 to 26 November. All these are open to the public.

The initiative kicked off three months ago through an online campaign and offline roadshows in Manila, Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao where it received encouraging response from the creative community.

Two top entries will be named Gold and Silver winners. They will win production equipment including a cinema camera sponsored by Blackmagic and a five-day Film Immersion Course in Los Angeles sponsored by the Motion Picture Association.

For the nominees, landing on the shortlist is a prize in itself.

“There are some people who have criticised my work, which made me question my ability as a filmmaker. Being part of this competition made me more confident as a person and a filmmaker, and that I have the chance to be recognized by a bigger audience, that I have a shot in this industry, says Tashana Rivera, director of the film “Companion”.

For Christian Candelaria, director of “In His Island,” being selected is also a tribute to those who helped him make his film. He declares, “I’m humbled and deeply proud to have the privilege of collaborating with such amazing and fine group of people who shared the same passion.”

The jury is composed of Loïc Valceschini, festival programmer of Neuchâtel Int’ Fantastic Film Fest and Locarno’s Semaine de la Critique, Marcus Manh, Vietnamese film producer and founder of YxineFF, and Antoinette Jadaone, Filipino film writer director of blockbuster hits like “That Thing Called Tadhana and “Love You To The Stars and Back.”

Viewers can see these films and other eligible in out-of-competition films for free on Viddsee.com.

For more information on these events and the shortlisted films visit https://www.viddsee.com/juree/philippines2017
and https://www.viddsee.com/submit/juree/philippines.

‘Thor: Ragnarok’ grosses P201.56-M, biggest October weekend ever in PH

Like a champion gladiator, Marvel Studios’ Thor: Ragnarok conquered the Philippine box-office for the Oct. 25 – 29 period, raking in a thunderous P201.56-M for the No.1 spot and bragging rights as the Biggest October Opening Weekend Ever in PH history.

The latest Thor action-adventure also claimed the 4th Biggest Opening Weekend for 2017 (following Beauty and The Beast, Wonder Woman and Spiderman Homecoming), as well as the Biggest Opening Weekend for a solo Thor title.

In comparison with recent Marvel Studios blockbusters, Ragnarok’s weekend rollout is 35% higher than that of Guardians of the Galaxy Vo. 2, 43% more successful than Doctor Strange, and outplayed Captain America: The Winter Soldier by 30%.

The three highest ranking cinemas in terms of sales are SM Mall of Asia (P7.92-M), SM Megamall (P7.38-M) and SM North EDSA (P7.06-M).

In fourth to tenth notches are Trinoma (P5.48-M), Glorietta 4 (P4.37-M), Greenbelt 3 (P4.04-M), Power Plant (P3.35-M), Greenhills Promenade (P3.15-M), Alabang Town Center (P3.07-M) and Uptown Place (P3.056-M).

Completing the Top 20 are Venice Cineplex (P3.052-M), SM Cebu (P2.94-M), Robinsons Magnolia (P2.92-M), Ayala Malls Cebu (P2.84-M), Shang Cineplex (P2.74-M), SM Aura (P2.63-M), Bonifacio High Street (P2.62-M), U.P. Town Center (P2.586-M), Eastwood (P2.582-M) and SM Southmall (P2.42-M).

Internationally, Thor: Ragnarok has topped the box office with $107.6 million in 52% of overseas markets, a week ahead of its U.S. release on Nov. 3.

Directed by Taika Waititi from a script by Craig Kyle & Christopher Yost and Stephany Folsom and Eric Pearson, Thor: Ragnarok picks up after the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron.

In the film, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is imprisoned on the other side of the universe without his mighty hammer and finds himself in a race against time to get back to Asgard to stop Ragnarok—the destruction of his homeworld and the end of Asgardian civilization—at the hands of an all-powerful new threat, the ruthless Hela (Cate Blanchett). But first he must survive a deadly gladiatorial contest that pits him against his former ally and fellow Avenger—the Incredible Hulk (Mark Ruffalo).

The film stars Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Cate Blanchett, Idris Elba, Jeff Goldblum, Tessa Thompson, Karl Urban with Mark Ruffalo and Anthony Hopkins.

Now showing across the Philippines, Thor: Ragnarok is distributed by the Walt Disney Company.

New ‘Saw’ movie ‘Jigsaw’ rated R-16 by the MTRCB with cuts

It’s no surprise that when we hear the words Saw and Jigsaw, it only brings us to think about one of Hollywood’s finest slasher cult-classic film series, after more than fourteen years and grossing $874 million worldwide, the one and only Jigsaw is back and ready to play new games with everyone. It has recently been given an R-18 rating by the MTRCB (Movie and Television Review and Classification Board), which restricts its viewing audience to 18 years old and above. Upon second review, the body horror film received an R-16 rating with cuts.

The newest installment’s story takes off 10 years after the death of sociopath killer, John Kramer, who is also known as the “Jigsaw Killer” or simply “Jigsaw”. After a series of murders bearing all the markings of the Jigsaw killer, law enforcement officers find themselves chasing the ghost of a man dead for over a decade and embroiled in a new game that’s only just begun.

Considered as one of the goriest slasher films in history, the newest installment of the franchise sits things in a new light, with screenwriters Josh Stohlberg (“Pirhana 3D”, “Sorority Row”) and Peter Goldfinger (“Sorority Row”) creating the script, Producer Oren Koules sees “Jigsaw” as the most exciting and fun “Saw” installment to date.

“We really got to develop a script, hire great directors, a great cinematographer, and I think everyone’s in for a fun ride.”

The first Saw film catapulted into stardom James Wan, who is known for his prowess in creating highly acclaimed slasher and horror films, with the new installment being directed by Michael and Peter Spierig, they are certain that they would be able to keep everyone at the edge of their seats with their take on the cult-classic.

“Our goal was to go back to the thriller aspects of the franchise. The best versions of Saw are when it’s a thriller, and it’s about the twists and turns, and the excitement of figuring out whodunit. That’s the stuff we love.” Says Peter Spierig

Despite being killed in the 3rd installment of the film, co-director Michael Spierig honors John Kramer in Jigsaw. “It’s the idea that he creates the kind of confessional environment for everybody to atone for their sins,” says Michael. “It’s an interesting dynamic for a villain, and that’s fun to play with. There’s some really interesting moral dilemmas in these films.”

With a new set of all-star casts including, Matt Passmore (“Fifty Shades of Grey”), Callum Keith Rennie (“Flashpoint”), Cle Bennett, Mandela Van Peebles (“We the Party”, “Roots”), Laura Vandervoort (“Haven”, “Smallvile”), Britanny Allen (“All my Children”) and Paul Braunstein (“Haven”).

“Jigsaw” slashes into theaters nationwide starting November 1, 2017 from Pioneer Films.

Musical dramedy ‘Deadma Walking’ launches official poster, vies for MMFF 2017 slot

T-Rex Entertainment has just launched the official poster of its new offering—the musical dramedy “Deadma Walking” which has been submitted for the 2017 Metro Manila Film Festival.

“Deadma Walking” won the 2nd Prize in the Screenplay division of the 2016 Carlos Palanca Memorial Awards for Literature, the most prestigious literary prize in the Philippines. Past winners in the same category include the blockbuster romance-comedy “That Thing Called Tadhana.”

The story revolves around gay BFFs (best friends for life) John and Mark whose friendship is put to the test when one of them has a terminal illness and asks the other to help him stage his fake death, wake, and funeral as his dying wish. The result is a comedy of “deadly” proportions.

“Deadma Walking” stars Joross Gamboa and Edgar Allan Guzman, with the special participation of Gerald Anderson, Vin Abrenica, and Ms. Eugene Domingo. It is also joined by Candy Pangilinan, Dimples Romana, Ricci Chan, Jojit Lorenzo, Nicco Antonio, Ruby Ruiz, Bing Pimentel, and Bobby Andrews.

Directed by Julius Alfonso, Deadma Walking is under by T-Rex Entertainment with Rex Tiri as executive producer.

WATCH: New ‘Justice League’ featurette highlights Wonder Woman

Warrior of the Amazons. Protector of the world. Find out more about Wonder Woman in the new Justice League featurette titled “Diana Prince aka Wonder Woman” which has just been released by Warner Bros.

Check out the featurette below and watch Justice League in Philippine cinemas November 16, 2017.

Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to find and recruit a team of metahumans to stand against this newly awakened threat. But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes—Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash—it may already be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.

Justice League features Batman/Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman/Diana Prince (Gal Gadot), Flash/Barry Allen (Ezra Miller), Cyborg/Victor Stone (Ray Fisher), and Aquaman/Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa).

Justice League is distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company.

Academy Award winner Kate Winslet stars in ‘The Mountain Between Us’

Oscar winner Kate Winslet and Golden Globe winner Idris Elba star in the riveting drama, “The Mountain Between Us” as survivors of a plane crash who are stranded in bleak conditions with no help in sight.

Winslet and Elba play strangers thrown together in a remote, mountainous region. Directed by the masterful Oscar nominated director Hany Abu-Assad, this visually breathtaking film is exciting and emotional. Winslet’s Alex, a journalist, and Elba’s Ben, a neurosurgeon, embark on a perilous, transformational journey, despite the odds stacked firmly against them. Braving the elements in freezing temperatures, they have to use all their resources to stay alive.

Winslet’s Alex, a fearless, pragmatic photojournalist had never set eyes on Ben before taking the doomed flight on the plane they chartered because their scheduled flights have been cancelled due to looming weather conditions. When their pilot (Beau Bridges) suffers a stroke and loses control, the plane plunges into the mountains. Miraculously, the two passengers make it out alive, but whether they will they make it to safety is another matter. Stranded on a remote, snow covered mountain, they realize that help is not coming, and embark on a journey that’s fraught with danger, across hundreds of miles of wilderness. The quest will take all the stamina and psychological strength the two can summon as they push each other to endure the extreme elements.

Winslet has a nearly unparalleled resume studded with standout performances stretching back decades—she’s often said that she likes to play women she considers “ballsy,” a description that certainly applies to Alex. “She’s the kind of woman who won’t give up until she’s got her story,” Winslet says. “She’s one of those women who’s been in war zones before, worked around the clock, gone without sleep. She’s brave, extremely brave.”

In Alex, she says she saw the opportunity to portray a strong female protagonist whose mental strength and clarity become vitally important to her survival, a woman who is every bit as well drawn and alive as Ben. “When I first read the script, I was actually attracted to both Alex and Ben,” Winslet says. “I loved the idea that these two characters would sustain an entire film from start to finish. I’ve never read a script like that before. And I also really believe in what the story says—that you can change, as a person, in immeasurable ways, and it’s perfectly possible to experience something in your life and then never really be able to go back to the way your life was, or forward to what you thought your life was going to become. So much changes for these two characters through the experience that they share. I was very captivated by that.”

“The Mountain Between Us” opens November 8, 2017 at Ayala Malls Cinemas – TriNoma, Glorietta4, Market!Market! and Fairview Terraces from 20th Century Fox to be distributed by Warner Bros.

‘Thor: Ragnarok’ breaks PH box-office with P38.56-M, Marvel’s biggest opening day

The God of Thunder’s exciting new adventure in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Thor: Ragnarok opened at No.1 last October 25 nationwide, capturing the biggest opening day gross for a Marvel Studios title for 2017.

The Chris Hemsworth-led blockbuster posted an otherworldly P38.56-M opening gross (including Tuesday’s sneaks) and now ranks fourth in the year’s biggest openers (bested only by Beauty and the Beast, Wonder Woman and Fast & Furious 8).

The top-selling cinemas are (in descending order) SM Mall of Asia (P1.67-M), SM North EDSA (P1.59-M), SM Megamall (P1.25-M), Newport Cinemas (P1.07-M), Glorietta 4 (P886,362), Trinoma (P874,529), Greenbelt 3 (P724,343), Ayala Malls Cebu (P643,876), SM Aura (P600,699) and SM Cebu (P574,834).

They are followed by Robinsons’s Magnolia (P564,982), Power Plant (P561,821), SM Iloilo (P561,010), Bonifacio High Street (P536,086), Greenhills Promenade (P484,702), SM Clark (P480,530), Shang Cineplex (P480,530), Uptown Place (P472,439), SM Seaside City Cebu (P461,076) and Fisher Mall (P447,360).

Directed by Taika Waititi from a script by Craig Kyle & Christopher Yost and Stephany Folsom and Eric Pearson, Thor: Ragnarok picks up after the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron.

In the film, Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is imprisoned on the other side of the universe without his mighty hammer and finds himself in a race against time to get back to Asgard to stop Ragnarok—the destruction of his homeworld and the end of Asgardian civilization—at the hands of an all-powerful new threat, the ruthless Hela (Cate Blanchett). But first he must survive a deadly gladiatorial contest that pits him against his former ally and fellow Avenger—the Incredible Hulk (Mark Ruffalo).

The film stars Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Cate Blanchett, Idris Elba, Jeff Goldblum, Tessa Thompson, Karl Urban with Mark Ruffalo and Anthony Hopkins.

Now showing across the Philippines, Thor: Ragnarok is distributed by the Walt Disney Company.

WINNERS: QCinema International Film Festival 2017

The winners of the 5th QCinema International Film Festival were announced at the awarding ceremonies held at Novotel Manila in Araneta Center, Cubao.

2017 QCinema Winners

Circle Competition Best Film: BALANGIGA: HOWLING WILDERNESS by Khavn
Circle Competition NETPAC Jury Prize: DAPOL TAN PAYAWAR NA TAYUG 1931 by Christopher Gozum

QC Shorts Best Film: BABYLON by Keith Deligero
QC Shorts NETPAC Jury Prize: GIKAN SA NGITNGIT NGA KINAILADMAN by Kiri Dalena

Asian Next Wave Best Film: MARLINA THE MURDERER IN FOUR ACTS by Mouly Surya
Asian Next Wave NETPAC Jury Prize:
SNOW WOMAN by Kiki Sugino

RainbowQC Best Film: CLOSE-KNIT by Naoko Ogigami
RainbowQC NETPAC Jury Prize:
BEACH RATS by Eliza Hittman

Best Director: Khavn for BALANGIGA: Howling Wilderness

Best Actor: Justine Samson for BALANGIGA: HOWLING WILDERNESS
Best Actress: Jally Nae Gilbaliga for THE CHANTERS
Best Supporting Actress: Sheenly Gener for DORMITORYO (MGA WALANG KATAPUSANG KWARTO)
Best Supporting Actor: Pio Del Rio for BALANGIGA: HOWLING WILDERNESS

Best Cinematography: Myko David for NEOMANILA

Gender Sensitivity Award: DORMITORYO (MGA WALANG KATAPUSANG KWARTO) by Emerson Reyes

Circle Audience Choice Award: NEOMANILA
QC Shorts Audience Choice Award: KUN’ DI MAN


2017 Festival Jury

CIRCLE COMPETITION:

  • Erik Matti
  • Najwa Abubakar
  • Davy Chou
  • Axel Estein

ASIAN NEXT WAVE COMPETITION:

  • Clarence Tsui
  • Philbert Dy
  • Sigrid Andrea Bernardo

RAINBOW QC COMPETITION:

  • Johnny Symons
  • J. Neil Garcia
  • Ray Yeung

QC SHORTS COMPETITION:

  • Alessandra De Rossi
  • Axel Estein
  • Quark Henares

Meet Victor Stone aka Cyborg in new ‘Justice League’ featurette

Half human. Half machine. All Super Hero. Find out more about Cyborg in the new Justice League featurette titled “Victor Stone aka Cyborg” which has just been shared by Warner Bros.

Check out the featurette below and watch Justice League in Philippine cinemas November 16, 2017.

Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman’s selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his newfound ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy. Together, Batman and Wonder Woman work quickly to find and recruit a team of metahumans to stand against this newly awakened threat. But despite the formation of this unprecedented league of heroes—Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Cyborg and The Flash—it may already be too late to save the planet from an assault of catastrophic proportions.

Justice League features Batman/Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman/Diana Prince (Gal Gadot), Flash/Barry Allen (Ezra Miller), Cyborg/Victor Stone (Ray Fisher), and Aquaman/Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa).

Justice League is distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company.