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JUSTICE LEAGUE - J.K. Simmons: “There’s Not A Lot Of Small In Those Kinds Of Sets”

While Marvel may have started their own Cinematic Universe on a low-key note, with relatively unknown actors signing their lives away for pennies on the dollar, the DC Extended Universe took a completely different approach, springing for well-known, top-tier actors from the get-go. Take one look at the films Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad, and it’s clear they’re by no means tentative about putting their biggest, most blatant foot forward on their films.
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