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Zack Snyder Gets Special Gift From Justice League Kids A group of six children with various disabilities who were transformed into the Justice League by photographer Josh Rossi earlier in the year have presented the movie’s director, Zack Snyder, with a special gift. After much anticipation, the DC Extended Universe’s multi-hero extravaganza was released last month to a mixed reception and unspectacular box office sales.

Justice League Cracks $600 Million at Global Box Office Justice League has finally cracked $600 million at the global box office, despite trailing behind Coco domestically this weekend. In the wake of Justice League finally releasing and uniting the titans of the DC Comics, information has begun pouring in detailing how Warner Bros rushed their shared universe into production. Though the wait may seem long, it appears the studio was overeager to replicate Marvel Studios’ success with The Avengers in 2012 and scrambled to make Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel into the start of a similar franchise.

At this point, it’s safe to say Justice League is a misfire. Critics didn’t care for it, it underperformed at the box office to the point that it’s caused a shake-up behind the scenes at Warner Bros., and all anyone wanted to talk about was Henry Cavill‘s weird CGI face hiding his mustache. As rumors abound about deleted scenes, cinematographer Fabian Wagner confirms that the film originally featured Superman black suit scenes, recalling the outfit used for Superman’s resurrection in the comic books following The Death of Superman arc.

‘Justice League’ is Making Warner Reconsider the DCEU By Sheryl Oh Some major changes are happening in the studio in the wake of their latest superhero disappointment. This was kind of a “we saw this coming moment,” but Variety has dropped a report that Warner Bros. is moving some key pieces around behind the scenes to make sure the DCEU stays afloat. The abysmal performance of Justice League is said to have left parent company Time Warner with ruffled feathers, leading to the shake-up. DC Films will be undergoing some restructuring in the new year.

The Original ‘Justice League’ Script Involves Time Travel, Batman and Wonder Woman’s Child Before the DC Extended Universe was a twinkle in Zack Snyder’s eye, there was the scrapped Justice League script by Will Beall, penned in 2011 and never heard from again. Not much is known about this lost script other than the fact that Ben Affleck was being considered to direct it before he signed on to be Snyder’s Batman. That, and it was rumored to be “terrible” by insiders at Warner Bros., leading the studio to throw out the script shortly before Man of Steel‘s release. But now, you can decide that for yourself.

Joss Whedon Says Justice League Opening Song Choice Was His  Justice League‘s opening credits song was one of the additions that Joss Whedon made to the film, according to Whedon himself. Whedon received co-screeenwriting credit for his efforts on the movie, which he oversaw the reshoots for after director Zack Snyder stepped away from the project. Justice League opens with a rather dour montage, exploring the fallout of the death of Superman in Batman v. Superman. During this montage, the sounds of Norwegian pop star Sigrid can be heard, covering Leonard Cohen’s “Everybody Knows”.

Weekend Box Office Wrap-up: December 3, 2017 Holdovers reigned supreme at the box office this week with no new wide releases. Repeating in the top spot is Coco, which brought in $26.1 million in its second weekend. That is a 48.6 percent decrease from its opening frame, which is a decent hold for the animated film. It has been the beneficiary of strong word-of-mouth, which has added to its commercial appeal. Pixar’s latest has now made $108.6 million domestically and $279.9 million worldwide, becoming yet another hit for the studio.

Justice League Reacts To Avengers: Infinity War Trailer In New Fan Video A funny new fan video imagines the Justice League‘s reaction to the recently released Avengers: Infinity War trailer. Trailer mash-ups aren’t exactly a new thing in the Youtube community, but they’re a great way for talented fans to show off their own talent and express their love for their favorite films. Youtube user DrMachakil has become something of a mash-up master over the last few years, cranking out such winners as “Tom Cruise falls into other movies” and the spectacularly spot-on “PHONE FIGHTS : The Joker vs John McClane“.

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