New Photo of Henry Cavill’s “Justice League” Shirt Rip

A new photo of Henry Cavill as Clark Kent/Superman has been posted online via Instagram.

The image show’s Clark Kent performing the iconic shirt rip scene from the end of the “Justice League” movie, where Lois, writing for the Daily Planet, says, “Darkness, the truest darkness, is not the absence of light. It is the conviction that the light will never return. But the light always returns to show us things familiar, Home, family, and things entirely new, or long overlooked. It shows us new possibilities and challenges us to pursue them. this time, the light shone on the heroes coming out of the shadows to tell us we won’t be alone again. Our darkness was deep and soon to swallow all hope. But these heroes were here the whole time to remind us that hope is real. That you can see it. All you have to do is look, up in the sky.”

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Superman2878
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Superman2878

So does this mean that the Snyder cut is coming out? If not then why the photo?

GodzillaofSteel
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GodzillaofSteel

@Superman2878 – My thoughts exactly!

redcape
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redcape

The way they left the Clark Kent angle in the JL was a major flaw that apparently they ignored in what looked like a quick exit to end the movie. This to me was the single most disturbing story line after the JOssW intervention. I can’t imagine that Zack’s version would have left such a monstrous unfinished plot conclusion. It made and still makes absolutely no sense.

kal-bert
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kal-bert

Snyder’s versions of all his DC movies are full of unfinished/ignoored plot holes that he’s been needing to explain nowadays…because they were never explained in his movies. What Whedon was to try to return Clark’s status quo in that universe. Of course with a gigantic plot hole.

sundevil82
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sundevil82

Snyder went to the JJ Abrams school of setting up more questions than he intends to answer later. Codex, nightmare sequence, flash.

redcape
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redcape

kal……were talking about two movies right? Are you actually referring to,”questionable scenes” or what? I don’t really see plot holes as being major issues as much as questionable scenes.

JasEl
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JasEl

ZS intended to have at least two more movies in his overall story line, I guarantee that he would have left plot threads just a dangling away.

sundevil82
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sundevil82

And that proved to be an inefficient way to tell a story. Maybe that works for a television show, but for a movie it’s very confusing. The codex thing was fine and they can always come back to that, but the nightmare sequence and flash thing were so jarring, misplaced and poorly edited that it was mostly confusing even to the most seasoned comic fan. I can’t imagine how it was for fans who went in with little to no knowledge about Darkseid, flashpoint and injustice. Even the beginning with the war lord was a convoluted mess only slightly made… Read more »

JasEl
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JasEl

I agree

GodzillaofSteel
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GodzillaofSteel

Epic shot! I love it! I just hope that we can get the Snyder-Cut (if it actually exists).

redcape
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redcape

I wonder who posted this. But….it’s great to see something, anything that’s Superman relevant.

sundevil82
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sundevil82

I wasn’t sure who shot this scene, but I guess it was Snyder. This all just feels like salt in the wound now. Very cool picture and I wish we had a lot more time with this Superman. I’m still hoping we get a proper Superman sequel, but it’s looking less and less likely by the day. And of course the execs are still taking the wrong things away from each movie. They think that Superman won’t sell tickets, but it was the fact that they shied away from his character that doomed the movies. They gave Wonder Woman, Aquaman… Read more »

redcape
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redcape

Well, shied away from his character? In this day and age his character IS NOT the character of yesteryear. They tried that and what did they get, “too much from the past, we need a Superman for today”. I’ve got no doubt that Snyder researched all past Superman related media. His job wasn’t to re-hash the old. And in some cases he gave us the total opposite. And yes at times it was a little disturbing and to some confusing. I for one did not dislike Zack’s work. I was mainly disappointed that we didn’t get a MoS sequel and… Read more »

sundevil82
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sundevil82

I’m not looking for a rehash of yesteryear either. I’ve explained this numerous times. Im not looking for the Chris Reeve version or any other version, but what I am looking for is a fully fleshed out character. Funny you bring up Superman Returns because I have the same thoughts about that movie too, that there was no character development or was any attempt made to flesh Superman/Clark. Both Cavill and Routh were reduced to just him standing around listening to other people talk at him, react to him and tell him what to do. I will say it again… Read more »

redcape
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redcape

I don’t know sunde…..I didn’t feel like they didn’t give an appropriate degree of character time to Superman in either SR or MoS. However in both versions I thought they added environments that were to off the wall and that alone was a turn off for a lot of people to relate to. But you were right about the end of MoS. None of that was evident in BvS. Totally the opposite. But there again, it had been said that BvS was more of an introduction of Batman than a direct sequel to MoS. And the JL that we saw… Read more »

sundevil82
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sundevil82

I just want to start off by saying that I respect your opinions and welcome the dialogue, but Two things here… Shouldnt it make you mad then that were supposed to have been getting this supposed epic 5 story Superman arc from Snyder… yet, by your own assessment, they reneged on that to introduce Batman? To me the two statements contradict each other… is it a 5 part story arc for Superman? Or do we go back on what we promised at the end of MOS to introduce Batman? I personally can’t reconcile the two statements because they really didn’t… Read more »

redcape
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redcape

Let me clarify a couple of things. First I’m not saying that both movies(not including SR) didn’t give us enough eye raising moments. But that was part of Snyder’s direction that veered far away from what we expected. My opinion regarding JossW and the JL was the fact he had to take what was there and manipulate it into a finished movie. And yes your correct about my disliking of content in the Marvel movies. As you pointed out with Ultron and just some of it’s short comings, I thought were correct. I don’t look forward to seeing Marvel movies… Read more »

sundevil82
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sundevil82

On a side note… Kevin Tsujihara is stepping down at WB… happy day!

Hopefully the next person isn’t a complete buffoon as well.

redcape
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redcape

I just saw it! Unbelievable!! Things get stranger every day. Good or bad??? We will see.

redcape
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redcape

There was quite an article in today’s paper regarding Tsujihara’s step down. Seems at one time he might have been having an affair with some actress that resulted in his position getting her roles in various movies. Hasn’t been confirmed but he was almost apologetic with his resignation. Since he was in charge of a majority of the WB’s affairs and not knowing who they may replace him with, no telling if it’s going to be any better moving forward.

sundevil82
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sundevil82

He was a corporate suit in every sense of the word.. not a visionary at all who came from the amusement park division. The company under his direction didn’t exactly thrive and that JL fiasco of him pushing the movie out for personal gain at the expense of his employees and the movie itself is pretty egregious, not to mention the fact that he was trying to get his mistress parts in the films. And I do believe that he and Toby Emmerich did Zack Snyder dirty by firing him after his personal tragedy. I’d like to see Jeff Robinov… Read more »

Crazy-El
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”Up in the sky”