In the comics, the Justice League originally hung out in a cave in Happy Harbor, Rhode Island that they dubbed the Secret Sanctuary. But it wasn’t secret enough. After it was invaded by villains, the team moved into a more secure satellite, appropriately called the Justice League Satellite, which orbited the Earth directly above Metropolis. In the 80s, the team established various Earth-based Embassies in different countries as the group was now funded by the United Nations. Then in the late 90s, they returned to space, more specifically the moon, in a new base called the Watchtower. On the animated ‘Justice League’ cartoon, the team used the name The Watchtower but went back to the orbiting satellite concept. And we can’t forget to mention the “great Hall of Justice,” another Earth-based structure that was featured on the ‘Super Friends’ cartoon and has since been incorporated into the comics and subsequent adaptations.
In the caption, Momoa wrote, “Coach @wfmft getting ready for the castle. Watchtower.” No hashtag, just the word “Watchtower.” That could mean something else. But what?
Momoa appears in an upcoming TV show ‘Frontier’, and three other movies ‘The Bad Batch’, ‘I Going Under’ and ‘Braven’, but ‘Justice League’ and his solo ‘Aquaman’ movie are the most high-profile projects he is working on and ‘Justice League’ is believed to have begun production this week.
After the end of ‘Batman V Superman’, the heroes that will form the Justice League can’t survive in or travel through space. Is a satellite or lunar base really feasible?
What do you think? Which classic Justice League base would you like to see in the movie?
‘Justice League – Part 1′, directed by Zack Snyder debuts on November 17, 2017. ‘Aquaman’, directed by James Wan, hits on July 27, 2018.
Source: Cinema Blend
Jason has been to the REAL Hall of Justice, a.k.a. Cincinnati Museum Center several times. You can follow him on Twitter.