Madame Tussauds Orlando adds the Flash and Cyborg to Justice League: A Call for Heroes exhibit


The heroes of Justice League are reunited now that Madame Tussauds Orlando adds Flash and Cyborg to “Justice League: A Call for Heroes.”

It’s been nearly a year since “Justice League: A Call for Heroes” opened at Madame Tussaud’s Orlando. But starting April 12, the team will fully reunite thanks to the addition of the Flash and Cyborg to the interactive exhibit.

While walking through Metropolis and Gotham City, visitors can join Superman, Batman, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, the Flash and Cyborg as they attempt to thwart Lex Luthor’s evil plan to take over. But James Paulding, the general manager of Madame Tussauds Orlando, says the Justice League display is vastly different than the attraction’s other wax figures.

Madame Tussauds Orlando. Photo Credit: Terri Peters

“With the Justice League… we didn’t want you just to see your favorite superhero, we want you to become a hero with them,” Paulding said during a press conference unveiling the new additions.

The exhibit opened in May 2018 with figures of Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman, Henry Cavill’s Superman and Ben Affleck’s Batman. In December 2018, Jason Momoa’s Aquaman joined the halls of the attraction. Now, the six members of the Justice League are together again with the addition of Ray Fisher’s Cyborg and Ezra Miller’s the Flash.

Madame Tussauds Orlando. Photo Credit: Terri Peters

While walking through the exhibit, visitors can summon blast effects by striking Wonder Woman’s famous cross-armed pose beside her and help Superman keep a helicopter from crashing by pushing it upward. Batman can be called with the bat signal, and touching Aquaman’s trident brings water sprays and splash special effects.

But things at Madame Tussauds Orlando just got more electrifying.

Madame Tussauds Orlando. Photo Credit: Terri Peters

The addition of the Flash allows attraction guests to run alongside the hero, generating lightning and giving Flash more power to defeat Lex Luthor. Part man, part machine, Cyborg provides guests with a secret code, which helps with the mission when keyed into a special keypad.

Ray Fisher, who also appeared at the press conference and unveiling of his wax figure, called seeing himself as “trippy,” and joked, “especially since I haven’t seen myself in this pose since 2017.”

Fisher believes fans of the DCEU will be delighted with the updates to the exhibit.

“This experience is unlike anything people will see anywhere in the world,” said Fisher. “The costumes, the attention to detail – everything from top to bottom is done magnificently by Madame Tussauds. It literally blew me away.”

Madame Tussauds Orlando. Photo Credit: Terri Peters

Fisher also explained while filming his scenes as Cyborg, he wore a CG suit and never suited up in full Cyborg gear. Seeing a life sized rendering of his costume in real life was eye-opening for the 31-year-old actor.

“There are still things I’m noticing about the suit that I never noticed before,” Fisher said. “The contours and how intricate the back and the abdomen are – I’ve seen toys and action figures but never to this scale. None of them do this justice – this is the real deal.”

It’s this “real deal” level of authenticity that Paulding hopes will draw fans in.

“If you’re a fan of the movie, you won’t see this level of detail this close until you’re here. Everything is taken from the original molds and costumes – this isn’t a mockup, it’s the most legitimate version you’ll ever see.”

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Become a super hero with Cyborg, the Flash, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Batman and Superman at Madame Tussauds Orlando by experiencing “Justice League: A Call for Heroes.”