Henry Cavill and Jason Momoa’s shirtless Justice League scenes have hit the internet….

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SPOILER ALERT ETC.

DC’s Justice League movie may have received mixed reviews from critics and fans upon release, but one aspect of the film that received a, erm, highly positive reception was Henry Cavill and Jason Momoa’s shirtless performances.

The two hunky actors – who play Superman and Aquaman – revealed their buff, God-like bodies during the film, pleasing millions of thirsty-ass fans including us. To be honest, the Rotten Tomatoes score – which currently stands at 41% – should’ve at least been in the 70’s for this alone.

Take a look below at Henry Cavill’s hairy and sweaty shirtless scenes below. Oh, and if you’ve not yet seen the film and consider this article a spoiler because Superman died in Batman V Superman or whatever – his name’s on the poster, so…

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Amy Adams has such a hard job doesn’t she? Imagine standing there and having to pretend to like touching Henry Cavill’s rock-hard abs?

Anyway, here’s Jason Momoa giving Henry a run for his money. You may have seen most of it in the trailer, but it can’t hurt to drool over him one more time can it?

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Thank you DC.

Justice League is the fifth release in DC’s Extended Universe, after Man of Steel, Batman V Superman, Suicide Squad, and Wonder Woman – the latter of which grossed over $820 million worldwide and received universal acclaim from fans and critics.

Upcoming films in the series include a solo Aquaman film, Shazam, a Wonder Woman sequel, Cyborg and Green Lantern corps, with several others in development, such as The Batman and a solo Harley Quinn movie.

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