Set Photos From The Ongoing Justice League Reshoots Highlight Wayne Manor


The DC Extended Universe is riding high after the barnstorming success of Wonder Woman – word is that Warner Bros. is not only plotting a sequel for 2019, but also a huge Oscar push for the Patty Jenkins-directed spinoff – so you can only imagine the level of excitement reverberating around the Internet now that Justice League has gone ahead and debuted its latest and greatest trailer in anticipation of its November release date.

Clocking in at a whopping four minutes in length, the effects-laden sizzle reel was bursting at the seams with crowd-pleasing moments (“he said you’d come. Now let’s hope you’re not too late”), and there’s now a general feeling online that, against all odds, Justice League can go on to become the DCEU’s second high-profile success story of the year after Wonder Woman.

There is one caveat, though; in the fallout of San Diego Comic-Con, we learned that Joss Whedon and Co. were overseeing fairly extensive reshoots for the long-anticipated ensemble movie – reshoots that have caused quite the stir online thanks to Henry Cavill and his Mission: Impossible mustache. No, we’re not making this stuff up.

But as is often the case for a high-profile Hollywood blockbuster, particularly one that hails from the comic book genre, the prying eyes of the Internet are never too far away. And sure enough, Batman Notes has relayed four brand new set photos from the Justice League reshoots that appear to showcase Southill Estate (doubling for Wayne Manor) and Lakeview Apartments, which is reportedly housing the young Barry Allen.

Now that Zack and Deborah Snyder have reportedly taken a back seat, Joss Whedon (Batgirl) and DC stalwart Geoff Johns will take their place as architects of the DC Extended Universe moving forward. That universe has already carved out room for four tentpoles – namely Man of Steel, Batman V Superman, Suicide Squad, and the aforementioned Wonder Woman – and things are just getting started.

Granted, Warner Bros. isn’t expected to outline its future plans for the DCEU until after the release of Justice League on November 17th, which only has us all the more excited to welcome Zack Snyder and Joss Whedon’s team-up movie into theaters.

Source: Batman Notes