They shoot Justice League without Henry Cavil's mustache, and after the shooting he signed in for MI6, which required his mustache so he grew a mustache.
And that's when tragedy happened. Zack Snyder, Justice League's director, stepped down due to a family tragedy. In response, Joss Whedon stepped up to helm the film and also called for a few reshoots ($25 ...
Because of his commitment for Mission: Impossible 6, he was not allowed to do so, from screenrant.com
Mission: Impossible 6 director Christopher McQuarrie reveals why Henry Cavill can’t shave his mustache for the current Justice League reshoots. In a film that marks the return of several beloved franchise cast members – including Tom Cruise, Rebecca ...
The car in question is a Mercedes Vision Gran Turismo.
This link indicates that the car has been around for at least 4 years (as that's when the article was written) as a concept. It appears to have been designed for the Gran Turismo 6 Playstation game. To quote from the article:
The Mercedes-Benz AMG Vision Gran Turismo has made its bow at the Los
Was Bruce Wayne's car specifically designed for the movie?
Partially yes, it was a concept car designed for a video game and named Mercedes-Benz AMG Vision Gran Turismo but was made into a real functioning car for the film and of-course the crew was also involved too as shown in the video below. And Ben Afleck is 6"4, so the car's size was increased by 10% ...
You are making so many assumptions here. To make it clear there are two major universes.
The Arrowverse, which consists of the TV shows Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Vixen and Supergirl (Supergirl exists in a different Earth ( Earth - 38) than Flash but is still canon to the Arrowverse). Constantine does exist on the same earth as Flash and Arrow.
If I remember correctly, the woman being interviewed was the wife of the janitor working at Star Labs, who was kidnapped by Parademons in order to be questioned by Steppenwolf about the location of the Mother Boxes. While we never see the woman again, we do see the janitor again - when Flash, Wonder Woman and Batman find Steppenwolf's lair under Gotham ...
He was contractually obligated to keep the moustache and it was unfortunate that Justice league had to be reshot by Joss Whedon.
I am quoting a Nerdist article:
Cavill was also filming Mission Impossible 6 at the same time as reshoots and his character had facial hair. He was contractually obligated to keep said facial hair, so the mustache had to be ...
Is it a nod to some comic book thing? Or a hint to future villain?
It could be a nod to some comic book thing, but I haven't read any so I can't really say. It could be a hint to a future villain, but this part is pure speculation for now.
However, this hints to a Superman's deed he did in BvS.
We see the similar news headline on the wall at Wallace Keefe'...
Because Current priority.
They just resurrected a super powered being and they need to see if it worked or not. They didn't have any idea how much time it will take them to make sense out of Superman and they forget to lock Mother Box.
Their priority was to check if Superman didn't harm anything on his ways, they didn't expect that they will loose Mother ...
He is famous DC comic book character Deathstroke
Slade Wilson / Deathstroke makes an appearance in the post-credits scene of Justice League portrayed by Joe Manganiello. After Lex Luthor had escaped from prison, he meets up with Deathstroke as they plan to make their own league.
Lex even addressed him as "Mr Wilson" and Deathstroke is part of many ...
I don't know that we saw enough of the Green Lantern to know who he was; I'm pretty sure he was not human. I don't see anyone listed in the credits (so the Lantern was probably entirely CGI), so that's no help either. I suspect it was just a nameless Lantern from thousands of years ago.
The other powered characters in that scene were the various "old gods". ...
There are two reasons for this.
They had just revived superman. After a long discussion and argument if it would be a good idea and if it would actually work, they were in the midst of finding out who was right. Superman could destroy the whole planet if he wanted to because the last being that was resurrected from that very place lead to so much ...
The other answers are good but don't seem to directly address one of your questions:
Wasn't protecting it the reason why they revived superman?
No, they revived Superman to defeat
because they were not strong enough (they all tried and failed, both individually and together). Even without the motherboxes in the picture, he could still defeat them in ...
First of all, in our current society, secret identities make no sense at all.
In the 90 batman animated story, Talia-Al-Ghul was able to find
Batman's secret identity through detective work.
In Man of Steel, Lois found Kal-El even before knowing Clark.
In B vs S, Lex Luthor found Batman and Superman secret identities, he
also found information about the ...
That was a reference to famous Batman villain Penguin. He is prominent character in many Batman related adaptations and most relatable I can think of is Batman Returns where the main villain Penguin used army of penguins to bomb the city.
We just see a single Lantern (although some articles say there may be two, it's only a brief clip) during the fight with Steppenwolf.
The non-human Lantern is killed and his ring flies off (as per the comics) to find a new owner.
Toward the beginning of the movie, we see a flashback sequence, in which, Steppenwolf is seen trying to conquer Earth many ...
It was to suggest that Parademon are made from human bodies like its comics counterpart.
It is revealed in New 52 that the Parademon hordes are either remolded lifeforms or the processed corpses of which that Darkseid and Apokolips have harvested and processed from the various worlds and realities they've conquered - Wikipedia .
Same thing we see in ...
There is not a single mention of Green Lanterns after the war of all united league(Humans, Amazons, Atlanteans, Gods...) against Steppenwolf's previous attempt to invade Earth.
Also, although Armie Hammer says that he is NOT in the Justice League, there is some evidence that he is probably in the upcoming movies.
Well, in the movie The Flash says that he doesn't really 'fight' people that he basically just pushes people and runs away.
This was an example of him pushing something.
I suppose it's also a reference to The Creation of Adam, since Wonder Woman is, quite literally, a God and the Flash is a human. His 'nudge' is doing as little as possible, just like ...
According to Producer Charles Roven at Warner Brothers, Aquaman takes place after Justice League.
James [Wan] definitely knows where he’s going with [Aquaman], and that
movie takes place in a world where Justice League happened, and Man of
Steel happened, and Wonder Woman obviously takes place before Man of
Steel — except for the bookends we have. ...
It has been released in IMAX 3D outside of the US, but not in the US. This is easy to see on the official IMAX site: https://www.imax.com/movies/justice-league
In Europe all IMAX screenings are 3D, in the US all IMAX screenings are 2D.
Sites like bowtiecinema.com even took down their original IMAX 3D listings for Justice League (http://www.bowtiecinemas.com/...
The question is not answered by Superman during the movie or anyone else in that matter, but Henry Cavill (the person who played Superman) has said (according to LA Times)
“I think — and I imagine Superman would also think — ,”
he says of the possible reply,
“the greatest quality of people and humankind is their capacity to love regardless of ...
Essentially, this may have to wait until the Flash movie is actualy released but the indications are that "Yes" the detail of the origin has been altered.
It appears that the the incident predates any law enforecement involvement as Barry Allen is too young to be employed as a CSI for Central City.
This seem to be confirmed in other media and ...
With DC, nothing is a coincidence.
This film was released on the 25th anniversary of The Death of Superman comic, which was released November 17, 1992, and the 16th anniversary of Justice League (2001) which premiered its first episode November 17, 2001.
So, it appears that WB Studios just consider this date lucky and/ or just want to tribute to two of the ...
No, there's no hint of the GL as the previous answers have mentioned.
However, according to comicbook.com there was a planned post-credits scene which included two well known Green Lanterns confronting Bruce Wayne. But it wasn't included.
Maybe it will appear as a DVD/Blu-ray deleted scene, who knows.
Well that is a major continuity error. The possible reason behind this could be the reshoots, post production problems,etc. that may have caused a lapse in checking all continuity or other types of mistakes.
Maybe that is due to a possible relation to future movies like Flashpoint, but it is highly unlikely.
As everyone knows, this movie is riddled with ...
LEGO Batman: The Videogame has Penguin using seemingly mechanical penguin bombs. Demonstrated starting around 5:32 in this video. (This is a player-controlled Penguin deploying the penguins.)
The 1988 Amiga game, Batman: The Caped Crusader had wind-up penguins. I recall them having flip-top heads hiding knee-high guns, but I do not recall them ...
Apparently, the plan was way bigger then what we saw in Justice League. From CBR:
As Snyder continued, he revealed that the Flash's warning to Bruce Wayne about Lois Lane being the key was central to this future. "Because Lois - and it's in the Justice League teaser; it wasn't in the movie apparently... it's this line where Bruce says, 'I was right here, ...