Justice League
The Justice League featuring (left to right) Aquaman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, Superman, Batman, The Flash and CyborgDC Comics

Batman v Superman director Zack Snyder gave an update on the Justice League's role in Dawn of Justice in his latest interview, teasing that it will have a "whisper" that they all exist. Except for Wonder Woman's extended cameo and Aquaman brief appearance, the roles of other Justice League members — Cyborg, The Flash and Green Lantern Corps — are still a mystery.

In fact, none of the official posters or trailers of the film feature any of them suited up and in action. Here's what Snyder had to say about their presence in Batman v Superman. "As far as the other Justice League characters go, they play a very small role. It's really just a whisper they exist. Except for Wonder Woman, we see her really well," the director told We Got This Covered.

He went on to explain: "But really the movie is about Batman and Superman. And we really take time with them and we really drill down on the why of them and what they stand for and their beliefs and them as characters. That's pretty much the why of the movie. But again as I said, it does begin the conversation about these guys are out there."

During an earlier interview, Synder indirectly confirmed that fans would see all the characters from the DC superhero team in BvS. "I love Batman and Superman and Wonder Woman, but having Flash and Aquaman and Cyborg and to see them all standing together, it's a pretty dorky and cool experience for me," Synder told USA Today.

Heroic Hollywood posted a report few weeks back claiming to reveal Snyder's technique to tie in the Justice League to Batman v Superman. As per the site, he decided to introduce and set up The Justice League by incorporating a montage sequence — something similar to what he used in his 2009 film Watchmen.

"The closing credits on Batman v Superman will consist of a montage sequence reminiscent of what Zack Snyder did with the opening credits on Watchmen," states the website report.