Gal Gadot and Ezra Miller, who will be next seen in DC superhero movie 'Justice League', feel that humanity is facing an "existential crisis" and could be wiped off the face of the planet if we don't address climate change and nuclear war.
According to News.com.au, the 25-year-old-actor Miller said that people need to overcome differences in order to get over that otherwise its game over on humanity.
Miller said, "Those threats come from us. We've created climate change. We've created the threat of nuclear war. We have to overcome differences in order to get over that otherwise its game over on humanity."
Gal Gadot, who plays the role of 'Wonder Woman' in DC Extended Universe, agreed to what his co-star said and said that the supervillains in the DC Comics are a cheesy allegory for real-world problems.
"We don't fight monsters. We don't have alien attacks, it's us creating the problem. It would have been wonderful if somehow us humans could get together and come together and just do good to each other in terms of trying to make the world a better place," noted Gadot.
When asked if Diana Prince would ever fall victim to a real-world Weinstein-style harassment scandal, Gadot had a clear answer to that.
"I don't think Wonder Woman would ever let anyone use his power against her will. Her will is very strong and so is she," said Gadot.
Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) and The Flash (Ezra Miller) will join their fellow superheroes Batman (Ben Affleck), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), Cyborg (Ray Fisher) and Superman (Henry Cavill).
Helmed by Zack Snyder, the flick is slated to release on 17 November.