Sorry, I’m a day later than promised -- my schedule is SUPER busy at the moment. ANYWAY…
The information I gathered indicates that the additional photography (i.e. “reshoots”) on JUSTICE LEAGUE – which began back in early June – have concluded and lasted approximately 3 months and were significant. However, there’s still A LOT of work on the film happening as we speak (maybe even 2nd unit pick-ups in Italy) to get the film ready for its November 17, 2017 release date. Speaking of which…
There’s been some scuttlebutt that the film could get pushed back for a 2018 release. I did some asking around and have found no indication that JUSTICE LEAGUE’s release date could be moved to next year. Could it happen? I guess so. However I can’t imagine it actually happening for a plethora of reasons – mainly because it would be a PR nightmare.
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Lastly, I can confirm that the Joss Whedon cut – for lack of a better term (though it’s an accurate description) – of JUSTICE LEAGUE has been screened. How many times? I am not sure. For whom? I am not totally sure if it’s only been show to Warner Bros. folk, a test audience, or both.
Oh yeah, don’t forget about BOF’s JUSTICE LEAGUE Watch Party on November 18, 2017 in Austin, TX. For details, click on the link provided. Also, there’s a good chance we’ll be having some “satellite” JL watch parties at other locations. Stay tuned for more info on that.
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