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Possible Main Villains in 'The Flash' Film Are Revealed, 'Doctor Strange' May Feature Brother Voodoo

The Scarlet Speedster will possibly fight against a group of supervillain known as The Rogues, while the Sorcerer Supreme may be supported by Jericho Drumm a.k.a. Brother Voodoo and Tina Minoru.

The main villains of Ezra Miller's Barry Allen have reportedly been unearthed. Umberto Gonzalez of TheWrap mentioned during a Periscope broadcast on Thursday, August 25 that a group of supervillains known as The Rogues would be the main enemies in the upcoming DC film "The Flash".

LIVE on #Periscope: #AskElMayimbe lunch break at Wrap HQ https://t.co/Lh3hmLhBuG

— Umberto Gonzalez (@elmayimbe) August 25, 2016

In the comics, The Rogues are led by Captain Cold. The members include Mirror Master, Heat Wave, Weather Wizard, the Trickster, Pied Piper, the Top and Captain Boomerang. Though Gonzalez didn't reveal which villains would compose the team, it can be assumed that the first villain added to the the film will be Captain Boomerang.
The report has yet to be confirmed. If it's true, Jai Courtney's Digger Harkness a.k.a. Captain Boomerang will likely be up against the Flash in the Rick Famuyiwa-directed film, which hits U.S. theaters on March 16, 2018, as he was brought into custody by the Scarlet Speedster in "Suicide Squad".
In other news, Marvel's "Doctor Strange" is rumored to feature two mystical defenders to assist Benedict Cumberbatch's Stephen Strange. According to That Hashtag Show, Jericho Drumm a.k.a. Brother Voodoo and Tina Minoru will make cameo appearances in the film which is set for a November 4 release this year.

No additional details are known, but Brother Voodoo is a long-standing Marvel character who uses Haitian voodoo magic and adopts his superhero alter-ego once his brother Daniel dies. If the film adapts the story from the "Doctor Strange" prelude comic, he will likely take up the mantle of Brother Voodoo after his brother's death.
Tina Minoru also made an appearance in the prelude comic. Her surname probably sounds familiar to comic book fans as she is the mother of Nico Minoru, one of the main characters in Brian K. Vaughan and Adrian Alphona's "Runaways". With Tina allegedly appearing in the Scott Derrickson-directed film, the character could be introduced briefly to moviegoers.

Source AceShowbiz.com

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