“Justice League” reboots in just 4 minutes?


With all the hires and talk about the additional photography for Zack Snyder’s restoration of the original “Justice League” cut, not to mention Snyder having to expand it to four one-hour episodes, one could easily assume that they’re shooting a whole bunch of new footage.

Snyder himself indicates, however, that this is not the case. Appearing on Beyond the Trailer (via Heroic Hollywood) recently to discuss how his new cut was going to play out, he says the recent revivals are really only to add about four minutes of new footage for the HBO Max release.

Snyder says, “I will say that at the end of the day it will probably be about four or five minutes of extra photography for the whole movie. Within four hours of Justice League, maybe four minutes.

At least five actors (Affleck, Gadot, Fisher, Manganiello, Leto) have been called up for covers in Los Angeles, but their new scenes apparently won’t add much to the final performance – most coming from what Snyder has. already shot. Indeed, the covers apparently only took about a week to shoot.

In the last report, the budget for the project was estimated to be around $ 70 million and it is not clear how much of that was spent on filming compared to that spent on special effects and other areas.

The talk follows Snyder revealing to The Nerd Queens earlier this week that he wished he had his frequent collaborator Carla Gugino as Catwoman opposite Ben Affleck’s version of Batman.

The film’s cinematographer Fabian Wagner also announced that a big reveal is coming on November 17. Whether it’s a featurette, music video, new photos, or a specific release date is unclear.

“Zack Snyder’s Justice League” will premiere as a four-hour miniseries on HBO Max in 2021.

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