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Justice League Reshoots Are Causing Problems To Main Casts Schedule

Justice League Reshoots Are Causing Problems To Main Casts Schedule

It hasn’t been easy for the Justice League cast members with the recent additional photography that is currently being carried out by Joss Whedon. A new report has revealed that the reshoots have been an issue for a few main casts from the film.

According to Variety, the extensive reshoots have led to problems with the actor’s schedule. Although Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot aren’t currently working on any active projects, Henry Cavill and Ezra Miller are both “scrambling” to squeeze in time for the reshoots.

Miller is busy filming his part for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them sequel. However, the actor has been lucky as the movie is also a Warner Bros. project. Variety’s source has also revealed that it has been easier due to both movies hailing from the same studio.

Unfortunately for Henry Cavill, the ongoing filming with the sixth installment of Mission: Impossible has made it harder for the actor to film his part as Man of Steel in Justice League.

While this alone could cause an outcry among fans, the report also says that Warner Bros. is spending approx $25 million for the extensive reshoots. The filming has carried on for over two months in London. Earlier, Jason Momoa was also in the country for the additional photography. The actor was able to finish his part quicker to get back to Australia for the filming of Aquaman.

Justice League is scheduled to hit theaters on November 17th this year. Although the film has lately struggled with the immense negative press, its recent 4-minute long trailer received quite the appraisal from fans as well the media.

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