The latest updates and spoilers for the live-action "Justice League" movie reveal the next villains the DC heroes will face for the sequel. Cast member Ezra Miller told Toronto Suns that he wants to see the "Injustice League" debut in the DC Extended Universe and fight his team for the next movie.

The film's director Zack Snyder and cinematographer Fabian Wagner talked about the movie's cinematic visuals and how their approach will differentiate it from the rest of the DC-based movies.

Next villains for the sequel

According to Ezra Miller, the Injustice League could be the new villains that the League will face in the upcoming movie, and the group will consist of Lex Luthor, The Joker, Deathstroke, and more.

"The Injustice League. I think that I can speak for everyone in the League when I say that we're excited by the prospect of continuing this journey, Erza said. "We don't really know for sure, and we're usually the last people to find out, but... each of the heroes in this movie has a specific nemesis."

The "Injustice League" is a dark reflection of the Justice League and they are consist of the most dangerous villains in the DC universe. Moviegoers and DC fans already saw Lex Luthor and The Joker in "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice" and "Suicide Squad" movies, and "Vampire Diaries" star Joe Manganiello will bring Deathstroke to life on the big screen in "The Batman."

For now, the team will fight Steppenwolf and the forces of Apokolips in the movie, as they seek out the three Mother Boxes, they were left on earth after their first invasion.

The two boxes are found in Themyscira and Atlantis, while the last one was used by S.T.A.R. Labs head scientist Silas Stone to save his son, Victor.

Superman will also make his return in the movie, and it speculated that two members of the Green Lantern corp would make an appearance during the plot.

Being different from past films

Zack Snyder wanted to make "Justice League" feel different from the past DCEU movies as Fabian Wagner told Kodak that he and Snyder worked well together because they have the same mindset and goals.

The "300" director worked on the film by giving it a lighter tone in terms of storytelling and cinematography.

The "Justice League" movie gained positive reviews during its secret test screenings, proving that the formula works and they will continue to that on their upcoming projects for the DCEU. The film will premiere in cinemas on Nov. 17.