Justice League: The Savage Time was the fifteenth installment of the DC Cinematic Universe, and eighth film in Phase Two. The film was directed by J.J. Abrams and was written by Abrams, Joss Wheadon, and Bruce Timm. Justice League: The Savage Time serves as a sequel to Justice League and was the accumulation of all Phase Two films.
- David Ginutoli as Kal-El/Clark Kent/Superman
- Josh Brolin as Bruce Wayne/Batman
- Alexa Davalos as Diana of Themyscira/Diana Prince/Wonder Woman
- Mike Vogel as Barry Allen/The Flash
- Sam Claffin as Arthur Curry/Aquaman
- Taylor Kitsch as Hal Jordan/Green Lantern
- Idris Elba as J'onn J'onzz/Martian Manhunter
- Joe Manganiello as Carter Hall/Prince Khufu/Hawkman
- Michelle Monoghan as Shiera Saunders/Princess Chay-Ara/Hawkgirl
- Jean Reno as Vandal Savage
- Emun Elliott as Angelo Band/Angle Man
- Bruce Willis as President of the United States
- John Marshall Jones as Silas Stone (cameo only)
- John Boyega as Victor Stone (cameo only)
Since the events of the White Martian invasion, the members of the Justice League have all gone off to do their own things and fight crime as their own. Since before the beginning of recorded human history, a man known as Vandal Savage has plagued Earth with crime and violence. After bathing in radiation of a mysterious meteorite, Savage was gifted immortality. Throughout history Savage has wished for world domination, wanting to be the most powerful in the world. When Savage makes it to the 21st century he discovers the Justice League, a team of super-powered beings. Fearing they will stand in his way of world domination, Savage makes it his mission to kill them all. With the help of new heroes Hawkman and Hawkgirl, the Justice League reassembles to take on this new threat.
Silas Stone is shown in his laboratory over at S.T.A.R. Labs. His son, Victor, is laying on an operating table. Silas begins recording via his computer's webcam where he reveals that his son, a college football star, was severely injured during Vandal Savage's attack on Metropolis. Silas reveals that in an attempt to save his son from certain death, he has replaced Victor's arms and legs with robotic parts, turning him into a "cyborg". Victor wakes up and demands to know what happened. Silas tries to explain to his son that he did what he did in an attempt to save him, but Victor leaves the scene. Silas turns the webcam off and rushes after his son, but it is too late, as Victor has vanished into the streets of Metropolis.