Another day, another never-before-seen Justice League set photo from director Zack Snyder. This time it features Ezra Miller as the Flash staring at a giant photo of Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn. “#tbt (throwback Thursday) to love at first sight,” Snyder captioned the photo on Vero.
Last week, a fan asked Oliva to elaborate on that original 5-movie plan. “I cannot go into any specifics,” Oliva explained on Twitter. “But it was epic, grand, emotional, joyful and unforgettable….”
Empire Magazine interviewed Henry Cavill recently and he talked about a wide range of Justice League topics, from the reshoots to his mustache, and even the Superman marketing (or lack thereof).
Today is Gal Gadot’s 33rd birthday, and to celebrate Justice League director Zack Snyder shared a new photo of a deleted scene on Vero.
Earlier today, we learned that Joss Whedon shot some of the Justice League credits scene involving Lex Luthor and Deathstroke. In what seems like a direct response, Zack Snyder sent out a photo letting fans know that he shot part of the scene as well.
Firsht released a five minute reel of his recent work on YouTube over the weekend. Around the 2:32 mark in the video above, we see Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor against a green screen. The clapper behind him reveals that Firsht was working the camera and that Joss Whedon was the director. It appears to […]
“First of all… I shot it,” Snyder said as he shared the Batman photo above. This was actually released by Warner Bros. just a week or so before Justice League hit theaters. But this cool shot was nowhere to be seen in the actual movie. Instead, we got the the shot below. A tarp was […]
Batman v Superman’s Jeffrey Dean Morgan plays a government agent. At one point The Rock is trying to figure out which agency he works for, but Morgan plays it coy. “Sir, I work for the American people,” he replies. The Rock’s co-star Naomie Harris then tries to guess. “Homeland? CIA?”, she then pauses and says […]
I’ve been wondering when the hilarious team at How It Should Have Ended would release their Justice League video, and today it’s finally here. VIA: Batman News
“Here is some more early concept art of Steppenwolf from Justice League,” Marantz wrote on Instagram. “I did so many versions of this character while working with costume designer Michael Wilkinson on the film. I was looking online and noticed that there were a lot paintings already released with this design in them. This was […]
The fan, who was wearing a custom “I Need Snyder Cut” t-shirt, met Ezra Miller at an autograph signing at the event. According to the fan, Miller said that he agreed with his t-shirt and even complimented him on his hair. You can watch their interaction in the video below. I can’t believe 😭😭😭😍 I […]
Today we got more photos from Cyborg’s deleted football scene. Justice League star Ray Fisher shared the photo below on Instagram. His comment could be interpreted in a number of different ways (Fisher just lost his True Detective Season 3 director, or he could just be reflecting on Justice League), so feel free to speculate.
“The Batcycle was proposed as a new form of transport for Batman,” Natividad said. “However it was superseded in favor of the Knight Crawler. Zack Snyder felt the cycle did not reflect the ‘team’ dynamic and needed something that would carry at least three of the members.”
The Batcycle looks like it would have been some kind of hovercraft, but it was never part of the movie. Natividad also worked on vehicles that were though, including the upgraded Batmobile, the Flying Fox Batjet, and the new Nightcrawler vehicle. Check out concept art for all of them in the gallery below.
Variety reports that Justice League was #1 on both the NPD VideoScan overall disc sales chart, which tracks combined DVD and Blu-ray Disc unit sales, and the dedicated Blu-ray Disc chart. Thor: Ragnarok, which hit Blu-ray on March 6th, came in at #2.
If you’ve seen the deleted Superman scenes from the Justice League Blu-ray, you know that his black suit was teased in the background. Now according to a new interview with costume designer Michael Wilkinson we know that director Zack Snyder wanted Superman to wear the costume in the movie, and why those plans were scrapped.