Ciarán Hinds, from "Game of Thrones" to villain in "The Justice League"

Ciarán Hinds, well known among others for his character as Mance Rayder in the series «Game of Thrones» for that of Dumbledore in "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows", has just been confirmed as the great villain of "The League of Justice". Warner Bros wanted Hinds to play Steppenwolf, an alien who had barely appeared in previous DC Universe movies.

"The Justice League" will be released in US theaters on November 17, 2017, and although there is no date for its premiere in Spain, it will not take long to do so after that date. The production phase has already ended and the studio had managed, until now, to keep a secret that Ciarán Hinds would be in charge of playing the villain Steppenwolf.

Ciarán Hinds as Steppenwolf

In "The League of Justice", as revealed by producer Charles Roven, they will analyze the history of the three boxes that belonged to the Amazons, the Atlanteans and the ancient gods. Rumor has it, in one of those boxes will be Steppenwolf, which will be released and will have the entire group led by Bruce Wayne working together and tirelessly to kill him.

Without being a big star of the first line, the Irish actor has participated in very successful films in recent years, he is one of those secondary that raise the level of any project. In addition to "Game of Thrones", where he participated in 5 episodes, we have seen him in other series like "Political Animals", "Rome", "Shetland" and "The Terror", an American miniseries that AMC will premiere next year and which is one of the most anticipated on the channel, famous worldwide for hosting "The Walking Dead."

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