“Justice League” Now Available for Digital Download

The “Justice League” movie is now available to download digitally.

It can now be revealed that the two deleted scenes included in the bonus material do involve Superman. The first, is a longer version of the video below, in which Superman goes to the Kryptonian spaceship to retrieve his costume.

The other deleted scene is the much-discussed sequence in which Alfred (played by Jeremy Irons) says, “He said you’d come. Now let’s hope you’re not too late.” We now know that it was indeed Superman he was talking to. After retrieving his costume, Superman arrives at Batman’s HQ and says, “I’m assuming you’re Alfred”. Alfred looks up in surprise and says, “Master Kent”. Notably, Hans Zimmer’s “Man of Steel” theme is playing during this scene.

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redcape
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Any body else reading all the internet babbling about Zack not leaving for the reason we were given but he was actually let go by the WB heads? If this is true, there may actually be a completed version of his JL. This has the makings of Donner and what happened with Superman2. We finally got to see Donner’s version but it took what….30 years!

ck069
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Yeah 30 years sounds about right to see the synder cut lol

Kal L
Member
No, that is a click-bait article that some site started (I read on Screen Rant first), but their was a small counter article that was published, that debunks this… But no one has really acknowledged that one… Maybe because it wont generate clicks. What I find funny, is that currently Deadpool 2 is going through with some re-shoots, but there are no articles online that say “Deadpool 2 is doomed as it goes through extensive re-shoots” or “Disney execs not happy with ultra-violent Deadpool, re-shoots to make it Disney Princess friendly”… Not a conspiracy theory, but one rule for DC… Read more »
redcape
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I don’t know Kal L. When it said that ZS version was “unwatchable”, what would that mean? Unwatchable not being completed or because it wasn’t what the heads had wanted? They could have previously told him not to make the JL with the tones of BvS, lighten it up and don’t make it excessively long. But when he presented them with it, it was all the opposite. Looking at the deleted scenes, it points to that. WB executives have meeting and decide to release Zack and bring in someone else to clean things up their way. Big re-shoots change the… Read more »
Kal-Ed
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I’d say UNWATCHABLE because it was not completed. But we still gotta have confirmation from the man himself, Mr. Snyder.

Clark_Jo
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Don’t forget that the “unwatchable Snyder version” was coined by Jett from Batman on Film who also said Wonder Woman and the Amazons were Kryptonian, Batman v Superman had another bigger villain besides Doomsday and David Amboyer was Green Lantern. A production this big in Jan of 2017 after wrapping in late Oct 2016, wouldn’t be close to finished. It would have incomplete CGI, guys in mo-cap suits and an incomplete score. Often they just edit in other tracks from other films just to give a tone. Executives watching would have note cards to know what the unfinished mess of… Read more »
Kal L
Member

Well personally I dont believe it to be true, but when it comes to WB, we can never be too sure!…

I do certainly hope that it wasn’t the case!

Clark_Jo
Member

I don’t buy it.
Yeah, Whedon was brought on after principle photography to do tonal and character changes, but Snyder left for personal reasons we all know about.
Regardless, I do think the WB brass took advantage of the situation for personal gain, which is unfortunate.
The bridge between Snyder and WB may have been burned. He moved off WB’s lot, is building himself a new office/production building in a new location and is working on Fountainhead. Once we know who’s producing and distributing Fountainhead, we will know the status of that relationship between the two.

ck069
Member

I have got the movie will watch again tonight, will buy the Blu ray when released aswell :)

Clark_Jo
Member
The more behind the scenes material I see the more I realize that what came to theaters is what Justice League was fundamentally always going to be. This idea I’ve seen floating around that “the movie in theaters was 2 parts condensed into one,” just isn’t the case. That a part two would have just been the looming threat of Darkseid who finally comes to Earth. Some of the stuff cut was just there to set up what part two was going to be. That part two was just a sequel, when Zack and Debrah made that clarification late 2016/early… Read more »
redcape
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That is certainly a possibility. But I still think Zack’s version was closer to BvS than what we got. The fact that they brought in a different director that did all the re-shoots and the end result looked like a total redirection, points to something. And I think it pointed to orders given by upper management. There was only so much that could be manipulated by re-shoots without massive re-writing and almost starting over. At that point they probably told JossW to do what he could and that’s what we got! A movie of this caliber should never have been… Read more »
Clark_Jo
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Yeah, JL seems like a different universe.
The tone and pace changed, length cut, but the story wasn’t.
That’s what I’m saying.

sundevil82
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It seems like a different universe because of whedon for sure. Even his avengers films came off a lit cheesier than the preceding movies. I’m actually glad the Russo’s are doing infinity war because I’ve never really enjoyed whedons writing outside of a few things and find him very overrated. I was hopeful when I heard he was adding spots here and there to JL but became worried when he took over completely. That being said, it should have always been WB’s plan to bring in a different directors for JL just to have a different look and perspective. Certainly… Read more »
redcape
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I have to believe your right on what your saying. Look at the way they(WB), handled the movie over the entire time frame with Zack. And after JossW stepped in as well. The rumors started flying and the end result wasn’t too far off. They did everything they could to cloak this movie in secrecy including early reviews. But once release day was here and the movie critics got a taste, they saw right through what happened. I did not think the movie was “bad”, but…what the JL was supposed to do in the market place for the WB/DC franchise… Read more »
NeoRanger
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Sure.
Except the fact that we know there were extensive rewrites.
And reshoots.
And Whedon wrote enough of the film to get a co-writer’s credit.
And when you break down the film we got, arguably most of it was shot by him.
Other than that, yeah, this is exactly the film it was always meant to be.
This mishmash of two creators, an inconsistent mess that pales in scale to literally all three movies that preceded it.

Clark_Jo
Member
FUNDAMENTALLY As in, Batman was going to recruit Flash, Diana recruit Cyborg, Aquaman didn’t want to go, Steppenwolf got the mother boxes, Author changed his mind after Atlantis, they battled in the tunnel, Superman came back with the mother box, there is a brief fight with the JL, he goes to Smallville, they have a final battle, Superman shows up, they beat Steppenwolf, roll credits. The concept art shows this was the original story beat for beat, the revealed storyboards just show the additional cut scenes, the confirmed early screenings reaffirmed this is the case, behind the scenes principle photography… Read more »
NeoRanger
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The core story was never in question, but you can execute the same story, with the same basic story beats in entirely different ways. That there were two movies at first doesn’t mean the first one was going to end in a cliffhanger (we knew this wasn’t the case early on in production, in fact), but that there was a bigger plan in motion, which is exactly what Marvel does as well. We know that WB tried to contain Justice League as much as they could and have it stand entirely on its own, in case they had to cut… Read more »
Clark_Jo
Member

“The core story was never in question”
It’s pretty debated and in question by many. I guess if you’re just referring to yourself, ok, but I wasn’t addressing you with my original statement.
I was addressing the narrative that’s being formed that JL was going to be one huge story separated into two parts like Lord of the Rings or something.
Finally you reworded what I wrote and told it back to me in a contentious way.
I’m not trying to ruffle your feathers over anything, so don’t take it so seriously.

redcape
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Aside from the opinions……..that bottom shot of Superman looks fantastic. Wish I there was a full body shot poster available that cool.