When the cast of Justice League gets together for a press tour, there are a few things you can expect to happen during an interview. One of those things, however, definitely isn’t an impromptu all-out jam session but that’s exactly what happened during one press tour stop.
In the below videos, cast members Ben Affleck Henry Cavill, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller and Ray Fisher can be seen partaking in what starts out as a normal, fun interview that turns into oh so much more! In the full video, the cast answers some questions about the film but the fun really kicks in when they are asked if they have any hidden talents. Momoa, who plays Aquaman in the film, begins singing (about what? We don’t know but it really doesn’t matter) while the rest of the cast lays down a sick beat. The interviewer takes things one step further, saying that he’s heard Momoa plays bass guitar and asking him to play a song.
Momoa is more than enthused at the opportunity and excitedly jumps up to do so. Miller, who plays The Flash, also jumped at the opportunity to join in with Momoa saying his hidden talent is that he can turn anything into a drum. He calls it his real-life superpower as he stands up, picks up his plastic chair and begins tapping out a rhythm while Momoa plays along.
To top off the spontaneous band jam, Fisher, who plays Cyborg, makes up lyrics for an unofficial Justice League theme song and we totally dig it! All of this is happening while Affleck (Batman) and Cavill (Superman) look on with pure disbelief that what seemed like a normal, everyday interview has taken this kind of turn.
Check out the incredibly fun clip of the jam session as well as the full-length interview both shown below. Have you seen Justice League yet? What did you think of the film? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.
A karaoke obsessed, craft beer enthusiast and lover of all things pop culture, Denise enjoys all facets of entertainment from Broadway to box office blockbusters. In her spare time, she enjoys photography, concerts (lots and lots of concerts), volunteering, reading and playing with her rescue kitten, Samantha (who rescued who, right?).