We know this because of the phrasing used in Justice League's final montage.
Cyborg, well, there's very little to say about Cyborg, apart from the fact he could be any interchangeable half-man, half-machine mishmash from a dozen other properties.
There's still a very small chance that Justice League could pick up business over the weekend to end up with that $100 million benchmark, but with stronger family fare and many disappointed reactions, it's probably going to end up between $90 and 95 million instead. But it makes use of all of its 119 minutes, squeezing in not one but two extra scenes in the credits. So, what does it all mean? The drop on Friday was even more telling, as Justice League took in an est. Cyborg was taken off the playing field by Grid, and he had to beat him another way.
Perhaps it's a tease for Black Adam, since we know that's in the works.
Luckily for WB the international scene is more lenient in terms of what passes for entertainment, as "BvS" scored $542M, taking its worldwide total to $873M. His age is starting to show, too. But when the prisoner turns around, it turns out to be some random person who is definitely not Lex Luthor Jr.
Meanwhile, Diana is in a similar place. However, this doesn't seem to be the case anymore, probably because Batman himself, Ben Affleck, is expected to be on his way out of the franchise. That would put it behind 2013's "Man of Steel", 2016's "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" and "Suicide Squad".
Auteur episodes by the likes of Tim Burton and Christopher Nolan are becoming more and more rare in this genre as studios have everything riding on these tentpoles, and thus, everyone wants their say. It's all a bit technical. His content for the film was likewise dropped.
In the wake of this, WB will have to do some serious thinking about what direction to take the DCEU down in future. Bruce and Diana start to make plans for renovations, noting that a roundtable is needed - space for at least six, with "room for more". Murder on the Orient Express opened in third place $28.2 million, while A Bad Moms Christmas took fourth with $11.6 million. He captured the character of Barry Allen brilliantly, he was an excitable, sarcastic and fun superhero.
After all the shenanigans with inequality, we finally get to some action. Lois Lane has moved back to hard-hitting journalism, and Superman once again defends our world.
The meatiest part of Justice League #33 focuses on Cyborg and his internal struggle against the Dark Knights, who are trying to get at his Mother Box for the Element X at its core. As luck would have it, the timing is perfect as an invading alien supervillain, Steppenwolf (Ciaran Hinds), has returned to conquer our little patch of the universe, looking for his "Mother Boxes".