Justice League is getting closer to its worldwide release in theaters, which means there are a lot of new details revealed about our favorite heroes. Comic Book Movie had the pleasure of sitting down with Joe Morton, who plays Dr. Silas Stone in the upcoming film. When asked if Victor Stone (Ray Fisher) will be angry at the Doctor, he had the following to say:
“Yeah, some of that still exists in the film where Victor sort of feels like, ’yes you saved my life, but look what you made me look like,” Morton explained. “I can’t go out and be a regular person.’ He has no alias, nothing to hide behind. So what I think is great about that idea is you begin, in a metaphoric way, sort of talking about what it means to be “the other” in society. Even if you have something tremendous to contribute to society, the first thing that most social situations will do is ostracize you because you look different because they don’t know who or what you are. So I think that’s a big deal in this film for that character, and for Silas, and makes for interesting film making.”
It does make sense. Just imagine being in Victor Stone’s shoes. Okay, yes, it does save your life. But would you be able to look past all of that to live and be with your loved ones? I think this will all show itself in the movie plot. I’m just a bit worried at how they will fit it in the storyline. We know it’s going to be a long movie and we are excited to see more of the character development. Remember what they did for Suicide Squad? They canceled out a huge story about Slipknot, and it left many aching to see what they did with it. Maybe they are taking an example and giving us exactly what we want to see!
Are you excited to show the character development in Justice League?
Justice League will hit the theaters on November 17, 2017.
Source: Comic Book Movie
Image Credits to Warner Bros. and DC Comics.
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