A last wish: Watching Justice League

If there’s any fairness to life, the producers of the upcoming Justice League movie will speed up its release. It’s not due out until November 16 and Troy Quenemoen isn’t sure he’s got that much time, Fox 9 reports.

Quenemoen has had cancer for about 10 years now and it’s about to claim him.

For the last five years he’s been the girls varsity softball coach at Roosevelt High School.

“There’s a lot of girls who’ve just grown up with him, almost like a second dad,” Ben Quenemoen, his son, tells the station. “We actually had a few of them over the other day and they’re just talking, making jokes about all the fights they got in and how my dad had to pull them apart.”

Now, his kids are trying to get him a screening of Justice League.

“He’s been super amped to see ‘Justice League’ and ‘Thor’…it’s all he’s been talking about,” Ben said.

“He has an undying love for all these comic books that he’s read through the years. He’s told me stories of him growing up watching Superman, Batman…reading all the comics that came out,” Eli said.

A critics screening is due out in two weeks. Quenemoen isn’t sure he’s got that much time.