Jesse Eisenberg, who calls his portrayal of Lex Luthor "exciting and interesting," told a group of fans at MCM Comic Con in London, according to Digital Spy, that he was definitely on board for the first Justice League movie.
Eisenberg joked that he probably couldn't say too much about his involvement before DC-operated drones located him and took him out, but said that he was on set waiting for Snyder to call him up to bat. He added that they just started filming, so he wasn't sure when he'd be called up to shoot his scenes, but was excited to be involved again.
"I love it and I love everyone whose in it," Eisenberg said. "You know, it's a really talented group of people."
Eisenberg also addressed his divisive role in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, which was well received by some and hated by others. Eisenberg said he wanted to make a more relatable character, accentuating the more realistic facets of Luthor's psyche instead of focusing on the supernatural elements.
"To me, the most interesting acting is when actors can bring you in to another side of the person," Eisenberg said. "When you feel like you are not seeing the purpose of them for the plot. That they're not just delivering a message, that they're actually showing you some kind of humanity."
Justice League, which is currently filming, reunites Eisenberg with fellow Batman v Superman co-stars Ben Affleck (Batman), Henry Cavill (Superman) and Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman). Other important DC characters like Aquaman, Flash and Cyborg will also be featured.