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Game of Thrones alumni Ciarán Hinds set to take the Justice League villain role Steppenwolf from filmmaker Zack Snyder


07 November 2016

Sought after Irish Actor Ciarán Hinds who is known for his role as Mance Rayder the King-Beyond-the-Wall in HBO favourite Game of Thrones has joined the A-list cast of Justice League as the evil Steppenwolf!

The Wrap report that DC and Warner Bros have cast Ciarán Hinds as the evil alien general Steppenwolf who in DC Comics lore is the uncle of uber bad Darkseid.

Word is that the look of Steppenwolf who emerged as the main villain for the DC Universe in a deleted Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice scene, where he was briefly shown communing with Jesse Eisenberg’s Lex Luthor on board the crashed Kryptonian ship.

It is believed that the look of Steppenwolf will be revamped for Justice League significantly through Ciarán Hinds's motion capture performance.

Warner Bros. have yet to confirm the casting, he rounds out an impressive group of newcomers to the DC Cinematic Universe including J. K. Simmons as Gotham City police commissioner Jim Gordon, Willem Dafoe as the Atlantean scientist Nuidis Vulko and Kiersey Clemons as plucky reporter Iris West, alongside Ben Affleck as Bruce Wayne aka Batman, Gal Gadot as Diana Prince aka Wonder Woman, Henry Cavill as Clark Kent aka Superman, Ezra Miller as Barry Allen aka The Flash, Ray Fisher as Victor Stone aka Cyborg, Jason Momoa as Arthur Curry aka Aquaman and Amber Heard as Mera.

Hinds will next be seen as Angelo Pazienza in Ben Younger’s Bleed for This in December and Susanna White’s Woman Walks Ahead and Aisha Tyler’s Axis in post production.

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