"Justice League" Releases Original Production Photos
It's amazing how someone can figure out when something was taken...based off a mustache. The title image for this article, released by Justice League cinematographer Fabian Wagner, shows Henry Cavill on-set, in-between takes. And, you'll notice, he is clean-shaven, thus all the proof needed that this was taken during the film's original production before the extensive reshoots that Joss Whedon did that led to the horrendous editing out of Cavill's mustache from Mission: Impossible - Fallout which he was contractually obligated not to shave off. This photo is one of several released by Wagner today just as Zack Snyder's Justice League reshoots are about to get underway along with a new image released by actor Ray Fisher as Cyborg (Along with Ezra Miller's Flash) that shows the character's original design. This comes with the recent announcement a new trailer will be released next week (Following the original trailer being taken down due to copyright issues with the song used in it). Check them out below:
The reshoots, along with the required finished effects and editing, will cost a whopping $70 million but many hope the original vision of Snyder's film will at least allow those who had clamored for a Justice League project for decades can be a little more satisfied. The film, to begin with, will be released as a four-part miniseries on HBO Max, but Snyder also is talking about eventually releasing it as the original four-hour film he had envisioned back when he originally shot the film.
Zack Snyder's Justice League is set to premiere on HBO Max in early 2021. Stay tuned!