Watch Both “Justice League” Post-Credits Scenes Online

With the digital release of “Justice League” now available to download, the mid-credit and post-credit scenes from the movie have been posted online in 4K Ultra HD.

In the mid-credit sequence The Flash challenges Superman to a race…

In the post-credit scene a newly-escaped Lex Luthor invites Deathstroke to join his own league…

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NeoRanger
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They touched up the CGI, fortunately. They toned down the filter on Henry’s face that made him look clean-shaven and he looks more human now, he has a mild stubble in all his scenes. I saw some other clips on Youtube and Steppenwolf looks mildly improved as well. It’s not perfect, but it’s better than what we got in theaters.

At least, the children that will grow up on the home release of this movie won’t think their hero was made of actual putty.

manofsteel
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We want the Snyder cut.

Clark_Jo
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And 1 billion dollars while you’re at it.

SuperJMC79
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Totally on board with you about this. It’s not as if I found Justice League completely abhorrent or anything (I found I enjoyed it more on a subsequent viewing), but it would be nice to see a film with a more cohesive tone to the first two movies. Here’s hoping.

BBally
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After BvS I have no desire to see any cut from Snyder, the fact MOS is actually not just watchable but enjoyable amazes me considering how much I find most of his work unwatchable.

mindhavens
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A Synder cut will happen, when is anyone’s guess – though it’s likely to be when it’s cheap enough to finish it off and there’s the most chance of it making money.

As for it being unwatchable, have you seen the extended TV version of Superman: The Movie. It’s horrible, I’m glad we got it but it’s certainly not the best representation of the film and is likely close to what WB saw before it due to be edited.

Spidey2878
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Superman the movie is a work of art. It was nominated for three Academy Awards, and received a special achievement award for Visual effects. Since Christopher Reeve, the live action Superman in his suit, has been played by actors who were in their 20s to mid to late 30s for the past 40 years. If it wasn’t for the Reeve version, we wouldn’t have Cavill. We’d probably have an older actor playing the part( not that there’s anything wrong with that, I’m just making a point). To compare Superman the movie to Justice League makes no sense at all.
mindhavens
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It’s a shame you purposely misread my post & tried to twist it into anti STM / Christopher Reeve. Not sure why you’d do that, other than to troll. IMO STM is the greatest movie ever made but all films but my comparison with the TV extended cut, and it’s idiotic I even need to explain this to you, is that even great movies are made in the editing suite. Even Donner himself has distanced himself from the cynical Salkand TV cut, the comparison with JL is Snyder as an artist didn’t get to finish his work and was judged… Read more »
Spidey2878
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Wow. Calling me a troll? I’m only pointing out facts. Facts that only show how well made superman the movie is. And for the record, I didn’t call the extended version of the movie “horrible”. You didn’t like the extended version, that’s fine. That’s your opinion. And also calling a person a “troll” is a very low class thing to say to someone else. I have as much right to call myself a Superman fan as you do.Not once did I say anything remotely that comes across as an insult to you. I don’t know why you would say such… Read more »
Spidey2878
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And for the record, I think the term “troll” is offensive for anyone and everyone regardless of who said it and why. Even if a person is being offensive and mean, they shouldn’t be called names, and to call names to others only shows a losing argument.

Spidey2878
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Even with the scenes that were cut from the film it still would’ve been nominated for those Academy Awards.

Kal L
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Spidey278 He look man, you’re getting positive votes now bro!

Spidey2878
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It is very nice Kal L. Thank you everyone!:-)

Spidey2878
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You were right Kal L. Thank you.

Spidey2878
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From the looks of the negatives, Lex is reading my posts. How’s it going Lex?
Positive for swell, negative for so so.

Rod
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You believe the BS the WB is putting out that Snyder was fired because the WB saw his cut and thought it was unwatchable? They are just trying to take the pressure off of themselves from the public with misdirection.

manofsteel
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They got cold feet after BvS and wanted an excuse to move him along. The JL we received is okay but it’s not Snyder’s true vision. It’s a damn shame.

sundevil82
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I believe the execs are complete fools so nothing would surprise me. Them Calling a movie ‘unwatchable’ is no different than when they gave ‘BvS’ standing ovations. They are complete tone deaf idiots and I completely believe that they would do that. Sure it could turn out to not be exactly true, but c’mon… these guys don’t deserve any good will.

batfanjordanv
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Both these scenes are so awesome, but I especially love the latter! When I saw it in the theater for the first time, it took everything I had to stop myself from screaming! And you know, the more I watch it, the more I think I might wind up coming around on Jesse Eisenberg’s Lex if he acts more like he does in this scene going forward.

Kal-Ed
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While I do hope for a Snyder cut one of these days…I pretty much liked the film. Kind of reminded me of Super Friends/Super Powers: Galactic Guardians, only in live action.