We know that when Zack Snyder stepped away and Joss Whedon took over as director of “Justice League” during some of the post-production and reshoots, a good portion of the film was reshot and altered to both better suit Whedon’s sensibilities and to better blend the two different styles of directors.
How much of the final cut of the film was directed by Whedon isn’t clear, and now producer Chuck Roven has spoken with The Washington Times and seemingly reveals how much Whedon altered the movie:
“The goal is to make sure when you’re watching the movie, it all feels cohesive. That imprint that Joss had, some aspect of it is going to come out in the direction, but the actors are already pretty much down the road on their arcs. Let’s just say 80, 85 percent of the movie is what was originally shot. There’s only so much you can do with other 15, 20 percent of the movie.”
The film’s Rotten Tomatoes score is under wraps until Thursday, but full reviews are expected to hit later today/early tomorrow ahead of the film’s theatrical run. Roven also confirmed that a sequel to “Man of Steel” is still without a script and only in the discussion phase.
Finally, a photo is out of “Shazam!” actors Asher Angel and Zachary Levi meeting for the first time together at the “Justice League” premiere has gone online. Angel will play the young Billy Batson who becomes the titular hero (Levi)
“Justice League” opens November 17th.
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