‘Justice League’ Has A New Trailer. LOL.
‘Justice League’ Has A New Trailer. LOL.

 

After the last trailer, I thought DC would just hope we’d forget it and decide to never speak of it again then say the movie got lost or something, but a new Justice League trailer dropped this weekend. They’ve finally gone full on Joel Schumacher. At least Suicide Squad tricked us into thinking it would be a good movie by having badass trailers. I didn’t even have the strength to yawn after this. If you’re into CGI that doesn’t look finished, A LIGHTER TONE, lots of smiling, and DC shitting on David Bowie’s grave, you’re gonna love this piece of shit.

 

 

Here’s Gal Gadot last weekend doing and not doing SNL:

 

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‘Justice League’ Is Having Extensive Reshoots. Great.
‘Justice League’ Is Having Extensive Reshoots. Great.

 

Every DC movie so far has been a cinematic masterpiece, and if you don’t think so, then you’re just either a Marvel shill or you just don’t understand great movies. Suicide Squad made more money than The Godfather, so you know it’s better. Wonder Woman’s boyfriend saved everyone from dying at the end of Wonder Woman, so if you don’t think little girls will look up to that, then you just don’t understand feminism and you probably hate women. Little girls literally had no female role models to look up to before Wonder Woman, so I hope you think about them before you trash that movie. Justice League is going to be a masterpiece as well, and you’re a hater if you don’t realize that. It’s so great already they’re doing a bunch of reshoots and pissing off the cast. Tell us about it Variety!

The studio, which had no comment on the scheduling trouble, is spending approximately $25 million on extensive reshoots that have dragged on for roughly two months in London and Los Angeles, according to multiple insiders…It’s standard for big Hollywood movies to schedule a few weeks of pick-up work, but the cost and time allotted to the work on “Justice League” is raising some eyebrows. Reshoots, or additional photography, to use the preferred studio nomenclature, traditionally cost between $6 million and $10 million, and rarely have to juggle so many competing schedules. They typically last a week or two.

Nice. Sounds like they really know what they’re doing. Also, check the end credits for the person who worked on Henry Cavill’s mustache.

Cavill’s issues are even more thorny. “Justice League’s” Man of Steel had expected to be able to finish shooting the sixth “Mission: Impossible” film before needing to don Superman’s spandex again. That has not been the case, however, as the new scenes that are being shot have required him to jump back and forth from each production. Because of this, a mustache he grew for his character in the “Mission: Impossible” sequel will have to be digitally removed in post-production. Paramount, which is distributing the “Mission: Impossible” sequel, would not allow Cavill to shave the facial hair while production was taking place.

Why can’t Superman have a mustache? Superman is sad and depressing and the whole world hates him, so a mustache would really show that visually. Why the mustache-shaming? Also, what has Joss Whedon been doing? Joss Whedon things, of course.

Then there is the question of crediting. Joss Whedon has now spent months overseeing the project, but he will not receive a co-directing credit, according to an insider….Sources say “Justice League” reshoots have been used to punch up the dialogue. Whedon, the director of “The Avengers,” is well respected for his ability to create memorably wry exchanges between his characters. The set pieces Snyder shot are said to be usable, but Whedon has been working on “connective tissue” that was needed to link sequences.

It’s always comforting to hear that the footage the original director of a $300M movie be described as “usable”, but if Joss Whedon is on board, that means funny quips! Big fun! Banter! Just what you want in your dark tone that’s no way supposed to be like Marvel in any way. If this movie doesn’t get at least 95% on Rotten Tomatoes, fans should riot in the street.

 

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‘Justice League’ Is Three Hours Long
‘Justice League’ Is Three Hours Long

 

If you were worried you’d suffer in silence through a ridiculously long  Justice League  because Zack Snyder is out here thinking he’s Peter Jackson, sorry. Shit’s gonna be long.

IMDb has listed Justice League‘s runtime as 170 minutes or 2 hours 50 minutes. That’s a good 20 minutes longer than Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice‘s theatrical cut which came in at a little more than two-and-a-half hours.

Zack Snyder claims this is just the “first cut” and The Wrap seems pretty confident it’s not since their “individual with close knowledge of the project” told them, The Watchmen was 163 minutes and Batman vs Superman was 151 and they had to add 30 mins to the “Ultimate Cut” for the movie to kinda make sense. So yeah, Justice League probably won’t be 170 minutes. It’ll be like 165 minutes. 45 minutes of that will be Snyder’s usual slo mo bukkakke and 50 minutes will probably the theater blowing on the cartridge because the video game is skipping.

 

 

The cast (minus Gal Gadot) showed up at CinemaCon. They look like they each got a different dress code in their invites.

 

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‘Justice League’ Took A Pic
‘Justice League’ Took A Pic

 

If Warner Bros. and DC spent as much time on developing a script as they did on advertising and reshoots and trying to explain their movies after the fact, they might make good movies that also make a lot of money. But for now, they’re just pretty much content with putting out garbage and making money. They’re basically McDonald’s and Starbucks. But I get it, DC movies are “dark and edgy” and I just don’t understand them. Ok, bro. And since they’re so dark and edgy, The Justice League dropped a new cast pic in the latest issue of USA Today. If you’ve never heard of it, it’s a publication known for being dark and edgy. You probably wouldn’t understand it. You can see the hi-res pic here if you want. Brace yourself, it’s pretty dark and edgy.

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Here’s Amber Heard As Mera In ‘Justice League’
Here’s Amber Heard As Mera In ‘Justice League’




Only a year to go until Justice League is gets at 23% on Rotten Tomatoes, so in the meantime, here’s the first look at Amber Heard as Mera in said movie thanks to IGN. Cool. Did you look at the pic? Great. Let’s move on with our lives.


#tbt


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Amber Heard Is Aquaman’s Wife
Amber Heard Is Aquaman’s Wife


Since comic book movies don’t really need actual actors, Amber Heard confirmed she’ll be playing Drogo’s Aquaman‘s wife, Mera, in The Justice League Part One next year and in the Aquaman flick in 2018. She also talked about the costume. Pretty exciting stuff! Not really!

“It’s interesting. It’s like, half suit of armor, half scales,” Heard revealed. “It’s strange… We’re in the process of building it now, so it’s coming along.”

Google told me that Mera and her costume look like this, and my immediate reaction was to wonder why Karen Gillan didn’t get call.  I was gonna say Jessica Chastain, but she would probably say lol then let it go to voicemail. Then say lol again. Basically because this movie is being made for people who do this.  They would have casted Johnny Depp, but I think Warner Bros. wants this to make money.



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Joseph Gordon-Levitt Will Probably Be Batman In “Justice League”



At the end of The Dark Knight Rises, we learn that Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s John Blake’s real name is Robin and we see him go into the bat cave. So is he Robin or the new Batman? I was confused. Anyway, he’s apparently a mortal lock to be in the Justice League movie as…Batman. SO CONFUSING.! JoBlo reports:

Warner Bros. announcement that there will be a JUSTICE LEAGUE film in 2015 has drawn all kinds of speculation, doubt, and apprehension, as the studio has yet to successfully transition anything but Batman to the big screen with great success for decades. With next year’s MAN OF STEEL already seeing hints at “tying” the film into the framework of the JUSTICE LEAGUE film, now we’re hearing new talk, courtesy of Drew McWeeny over at Hitfix. According to McWeeny’s sources, not only is the premonition of Gordon-Levitt’s John Blake/Robin becoming the new Batman in Nolan’s Bat-verse likely, but a definite lock for JUSTICE LEAGUE…and possibly before. “Over the last couple of weeks, that speculation [that THE DARK KNIGHT will connect to the JUSTICE LEAGUE universe] seems to have turned into conversation, and that conversation seems to be solidifying into a plan. According to sources, Joseph Gordon-Levitt absolutely will be appearing in “Justice League” as the new Batman. Now here’s where things get interesting. The more insistent the drumbeat has become, the more poking around I’ve been doing, and it’s looking like we may see Gordon-Levitt in the suit earlier than that. They’re a long way from filming anything “Justice League” related, but they appear to be solidifying deals for Gordon-Levitt and, potentially, at least one other actor from the Nolan films to do… something.”….Personally, I find this to be the most intriguing rumor from the burgeoning DC Film universe. The talk of Armie Hammer as Batman was fine, but this…this is something else entirely. I think casting Gordon-Levitt as Bats in the continuing DC Film universe would not only be a smart move, but show some balls by taking a solid risk like that. And, it eliminates the need to “re-establish” Batman in another origin story. You really kill two birds with one stone and if Warner Bros. is smart, like I hope they are, they’ll turn this rumor into an official announcement.

I’m actually okay with this, but I’m more concerned on who is gonna play Wonder Woman. *puts nerd hat on* Wonder Woman was a Amazon warrior princess *takes nerd hat off*, so if they cast Zooey Deschanel or Kristen Stewart, I might burn this motherfucker down. So, please, let’s all cast Wonder Woman in the comments. GO!

btw, they already have their Superman:

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