The latest updates and spoilers for "Justice League" will feature the dynamic between Batman and Wonder Woman, and one of The Flash's abilities is teased in the film.

Batman and Wonder Woman

Gal Gadot teased that dynamic between Batman and Wonder Woman in the "Justice League" film and how it will help them lead the league against Steppenwolf and his forces. Gadot told Us Weekly that both Bruce and Diana are still mourning the loss of Superman after Doomsday killed him in "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" and his sacrifice has inspired them to bring hope to the world.

"Since they have fought together, they know each other's strengths. They also understand the hope Superman stood for," Gadot said. "That was lost when he died, so they feel that more than others."

Superman's death had dealt a crushing blow to the DCEU, not just for Bruce and Diana, but for other characters like Lois Lane and Martha Kent. From a narrative standpoint, the loss will no doubt give the heroes more depth and dimension before the Man of Steel's resurrection.

Kal-El will likely wear his black Kryptonian suit when he returns in the film before going back to his classic red and blue suit. The League will stop Steppenwolf from finding the three Mother Boxes on Earth. Two of them are found in Atlantis and Themyscira, while the third box is used to revive Victor Stone.

The Flash's new ability teased

Warner Bros. Pictures revealed a new photo of The Flash in "Justice League" showcasing his base of operations. The base was first seen in the film's test footage were in Barry Allen is shocked to see Bruce Wayne waiting for him inside and knows his status as a metahuman.

Eagle-eyed fans who saw the photo will notice something about DCEU's version of Barry that could likely connect to the "The Flash" TV series.

A badge depicting a fist holding a lightning bolt can be seen in the corner of his table, and fans theorized that Barry could throw lightning.

Barry's ability to throw lightning bolts was first seen in the second season of "The Flash, " and Ezra Miller's version of the Scarlet Speedster could exhibit a similar ability during the film, but in a different matter than the TV series.

Miller will reprise his role as Barry in his solo movie "Flashpoint" based on the popular DC comic book arc.

The movie is rumored to feature two post-credits scenes and two Green Lanterns. TheWrap reporter Umberto Gonzales claimed that the post-credits and Green Lantern appearances came from Joss Whedon's script for the film, but there is a possibility that they could be cut-off from the finished film.