Now that Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Entertainment’s Justice League has finally been rolled out on Blu-ray and DVD, Zack Snyder has shared an image from yet another deleted scene from the movie on his official Vero account (h/t Reddit).
The still photograph features the Flash (Ezra Miller), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Cyborg (Ray Fisher), and Aquaman (Jason Momoa) standing in the Kansas graveyard surrounding Clark Kent’s coffin. Snyder captioned the picture as, “This crew.” You can check out the picture below.
Notably, in the theatrical cut of Justice League, which went through reshoots by Joss Whedon, The Flash and Cyborg were the only ones who were shown digging up Superman’s casket at a cemetery. The scene which made it to the final cut did not feature Wonder Woman and Aquaman. From the cemetery scene, the film cut directly to the team gathering to revive Superman at the Kryptonian Scout Ship in Metropolis.
Last year, during an interview, Jason Momoa and Gal Gadot also talked about the same scene. They revealed that Aquaman and Wonder Woman were present in the Kansas graveyard in Zack Snyder’s original shot. Momoa recalled offering Wonder Woman a drink from his flask, which she politely declines.
Recently, Snyder also teased a deleted scene between the two most important women in Superman’s life, Lois Lane (Amy Adams) and Ma Kent (Diane Lane), in honor of International Women’s Day. The behind-the-scenes picture shows the two of them having a hot drink in their apartment and reminiscing about Clark.
Last month, fans got excited when they got to see Superman’s black suit in a never-before-seen deleted scene from Justice League. The deleted scene showed Clark Kent/Superman strolling through the crashed Kryptonian ship after he was resurrected and comes across the black suit which disappears soon.
Justice League is currently available on Digital HD, 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack, and DVD.
Source: Zack Snyder via Reddit
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