Leaks from Zack Synder’s Justice League edition have been making rounds on the internet for quite some time now. Some fans are even calling out Warner Bros. and DC Films to release Synder’s cut of the film.
Recently, a Twitter user who goes by the name John Doe Movie Reviews posted a scene image from the film’s Blu-ray release that shows Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) militarizing the Batmobile for his combat against the Parademons. For those unaware, Batmobile is a heavily armored, weaponized vehicle that the Caped Crusader uses in his campaign to fight crime in the comic books. The scene in question was not included in the finished cut of the film. You can check out the picture below.
A lot of content in the form of concept art, script segments as well as photos that could not make it to the theatrical cut of Justice League have surfaced online in the last few months and there’s no telling how many more deleted scenes will be uncovered in the future. Even Zack Synder has been continuously sharing deleted scenes and answering fans’ questions about the 2017 film on his Vero account.
Recently, another new image from Justice League recently popped up online, posted by user Kevin Miranda, featuring Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), and the Flash (Ezra Miller) all set for a fight at STAR Labs. Notably, the DC superheroes never fight at the lab in the theatrical cut of the film. It is believed that the scene is from Snyder shot edition and not Whedon’s reshoots. There’s one more never seen before picture that shows Cyborg holding a Mother Box in a scene from the film.
You can have a look at all the Justice League deleted pictures below.
Hopefully, fans will soon find out if they will ever get to see a Snyder cut of Justice League.
just found an uncropped version of this shot……….Cyborg was holding the Mother box pic.twitter.com/R25B5y3KlK
— Sam the Sci-fi Stan (@SamParkerMetal) July 8, 2018
— KEVIN MIRANDA (@KEVINTOMIRANDA) July 6, 2018
— John Doe Movie Reviews #Releasethesnydercut (@John_D_Reviews) July 7, 2018
— John Doe Movie Reviews #Releasethesnydercut (@John_D_Reviews) July 8, 2018
Source: John Doe Movie Reviews
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