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‘Justice League’ Behind-The-Scenes Video Featuring Zack Snyder & Cast

Stills from JL/Courtesy to Warner Bros.

‘Justice League’ Behind-The-Scenes Video Featuring Zack Snyder & Cast

Earlier, fans were treated to over 60 hi-res production images from Justice League. Adding to that, the studio has also released a behind-the-scenes video, giving a glimpse of a few new sequences from the film.

Warning: Video may contain some spoilers to the film

Initially, the video begins by showing BTS footages shot in Iceland. Fans can notice that the first shot is of Ben Affleck which was shown in the trailers. In the next cut, Jason Momoa seems to be pumping up his body for a shirtless scene.

The video continues with director Zack Snyder offering instructions to Momoa for an outdoor scene. The 5:45 BTS video goes on to show BTS footages of Gal Gadot working on a sculpture, again a scene that was revealed in earlier trailers.

J.K. Simmons’ Commissioner Gordon is also part of the BTS video. The footage shows him being offered with a case file in the Gotham Police Department. The video continues as he goes to the rooftop to put out the bat-signal.

At 4:40, Affleck’s Batman has funny interaction with Aquaman. It looks like the Dark Knight seems to believe that he’s capable of talking to fishes. Check out the video below.

The BTS video mostly offers glimpses into the making of scenes from earlier trailers. The film still remains tightly in wraps. Superman is not part of the promo as usual.

Justice League hits theatres on November 17th. The movie is expected to have a have massive box office opening. But the critics’ responses are expected to hit social media soon once Warner Bros. lifts the embargo.

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