Ezra Miller recalls his Justice League joy
- Bang Showbiz
- 28 October 2017
Hollywood star Ezra Miller has confessed it felt like he was having an "orgasm" when he sat in the Batmobile
Ezra Miller felt like he was having an "orgasm" when he sat in the Batmobile.
The 25-year-old actor plays The Flash opposite the likes of Ben Affleck as Batman and Jason Momoa as Aquaman in the upcoming DC ensemble movie 'Justice League' and he was incredibly excited to be around some iconic props and sets.
He said: "You know what it feels like sitting in the Batmobile? It's like an orgasm. It just ripples through your own body.
"Oh my God, I would just touch Jason's trident all day. He'd be like, 'Get off my trident!'
"I'll just touch Cyborg's glowing eye. Just gently caress the glowing eye, you know? The lasso. I was always grabbing the lasso.
"All the Bat gadgets ... Man, it's awesome. F***ing awesome."
Ezra is a huge comic book fan and takes great pleasure from reading the sketched stories.
He told SFX magazine: "These days, I'm all about Gardner Fox [Justice League's original Silver Age creator]. It's who I think about all the time.
"I read comics. Comics are a blessing. Comics are a mythology, a mythological source, a mythological font with the potential to save us meek, horrifying humans from our terrible ways.
"Comics have the potential for a little bit of salvation. So yes, I read comics. I enjoy them."
Meanwhile, Ray Fisher found it quite easy to research his character, Cyborg, because he's a relative newcomer to the DC universe.
He said: "Cyborg is a fairly newer character, so it was easier for me to check out a lot of the source material from 'The New Teen Titans', which was created back in the 1980s by Marv Wolfman and George Perez.
"Back at that time, there were a lot of politically charged DC comics, and it was really harrowing to see because I'd never seen comic books that had much socio-political commentary.
"I was extremely surprised to see that, and then see that iteration going through the New 52 version of Cyborg, seeing the variations of that."