It seems Wonder Woman’s Justice League costume was designed after director Zack Snyder’s exit from the film. Snyder stepped down from his directorial duties after his daughter’s death. Joss Whedon, who replaced Snyder, reshot a major portion of the film which almost changed some of the film’s scenes and even the ending.
Recently when a fan posted a picture of Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman from Justice League on Vero and asked Snyder if he was responsible for the costume design, he replied, “What is this from?” Well, considering the director’s reply, it seems like Wonder Woman’s outfit was designed as part of the film’s reshoots.
This also confirms that the scene from which the picture was taken wasn’t shot by Snyder. The scene in question features Wonder Woman and Batman (Ben Affleck) discussing the aftermath of Superman’s (Henry Cavil) resurrection.
Notably, while some reports claimed that Snyder filmed a majority of his script before his exit, there also other contradicting reports that he didn’t shoot enough scenes to piece the film together. This was stated as the reason behind the project undergoing major reshoots to compile everything together to bring out the final theatrical cut. Unfortunately, the film still failed to impress the audiences and stumbled on the box office.
Although DC fans have been loud about their desire to see a Snyder Cut, the film studio isn’t likely to release any such Justice League cut.
In related news, Snyder recently shared a new storyboard on Vero revealing a scene that ultimately didn’t make it into the film. The storyboard reveals a scene that would have featured Bruce Wayne aka Batman along with Wonder Woman at Wayne Aerospace. In the scene, Diana finds Bruce who is busy working on the Flying Fox convinced he can get it to fly.
Justice League is currently available on Blu-Ray, DVD, and Digital HD.
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