“Justice League” Previsualization Footage

“Justice League” previsualization artist Greg Ecklund posted the following footage on his Vimeo account, showing concept footage created for the movie. (“Justice League” footage starts at 0:46)

gecklund_TMNT2_JL from greg ecklund on Vimeo.

Designed as a tool to help visualize complex scenes in a movie before filming, the previs scenes include Superman confronting the other superheroes upon his return from the dead, Steppenwolf’s showdown with the Amazons when he first returns for their Mother Box, and Parademons attacking the Batmobile.

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redcape
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I didn’t find the CGI surrounding Steppenwolf to be bad at all. I thought it looked pretty good!

car2nst
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I thought he looked ok as well, but I think he would have looked even better with a secondary light-source on a lot of his shots…that would have subconsciously grounded his realism to the general audience more. Sometimes those subtle things makes a world of difference.

car2nst
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guess someone didn’t agree with my valid observation…lol

sundevil82
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That still shot looks more like Doomsday than Doomsday did. The cgi was not very good in justice League in my opinion and that’s a result of rushing the film out instead of taking its time.

Clark_Jo
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That was Steppenwolf’s origional look, the way he was in the communion scene from BvS. There’s some good looks of him in the JL art book. I just want to know who and what changed his look so drastically. Granted that change is probably why his CGI isn’t the best, video game cut scene looking. Though he does look more comic accurate in the movie, I did like the concept look because it was more threatening and alien. Yeah, the CGI was definitely under cooked, looking at the early trailers and what was released you can see changes that are… Read more »
manofsteel
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I like Justice League now, despite the cut content. It’s a fun film.

Spidey2878
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The video is unavailable for me to watch. How is the video different from the movie that was shown in the theater? Is there a difference in this video of when Superman first shows up after he is revived? If there is a difference, what other scenes where different than the one in the theater?