The latest updates and spoilers for "Justice League" will feature details of the Opening Scene and Ezra Miller talks about Barry Allen's personality in the film.

The opening act

The new issue of Total Film Magazine teased the opening scene of the "Justice League" live-action film as the article claim that movie is the direct sequel to "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice." The scene begins with Henry Cavill's Superman laying on the ground after sacrificing himself to defeat Doomsday. Batman and Wonder Woman are gathered in mourning before Steppenwolf, and his army shows up to attack Earth.

The two heroes quickly learned that they cannot face this threat alone and started recruiting Aquaman, The Flash, and Cyborg to join the good fight. The articles also mentioned the existence of the Green Lantern Corp. further adding the speculation that one of its members will show up in the movie.

Steppenwolf and his army are seeking to collect the three Mother Boxes that were left on Earth during Darkseid's first invasion. Two of them are found in Themyscira and Atlantis, while the last one was used by Silas Stone to revive his son, Victor.

Superman's return will also be featured in the film as the Man of Steel will join the League in their fight against Steppenwolf in the closing moments of the plot.

Kal-El will sport a brighter version of his suit signifying that a more "hopeful" Superman will be featured in the future projects for the DC Extended Universe.

Ezra Miller on the DCEU Flash

Cast member Ezra Miller shared more details about his character Barry Allen/The Flash in the "Justice League" movie as he told Total Film Magazine that Barry's personality is that of a 13-year old Metallica fanboy and he is excited to be part of something much bigger than himself.

The Flash in the movie will likely serve as comic relief balancing the ultra serious tone of his fellow Justice League members. Barry will have an interesting dynamic with Bruce Wayne in the movie, speculating a mentor-student relationship similar to Iron Man and Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

The Scarlet Speedster will also start in his own movie titled "Flashpoint," based on the popular DC comic book storyline.

In the story, Barry wakes up in a present alternate timeline after saving his mother from being murdered. It is speculated that Gal Gadot and Jason Momoa will reprise their roles for "The Flash" movie as evil versions of their characters.

"Justice League" will premiere on Nov. 17.