SCOOP CONFIRMED: JUSTICE LEAGUE’S Reshoots A Pain For Star’s Schedules
Splashoids, Variety has reported that the re-shoots for Justice League (which are apparently costing 25 Million sandwiches… I meant dollars) are causing a bit of a headache for the film’s stars. (Puts on smug suspenders)
Now, this might sound a little familiar because we actually reported this not long ago. Reminder: CLICK HERE. Let’s do a little round-up of how it’s affecting everyone, shall we?
Currently not working on any other projects at the moment, enabling him to be on call for the filming.
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Miller is reprising his “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” role in the film’s sequel, which started filming earlier this summer. Sources indicate that since that is also a Warner Bros. property, scheduling has been easier. The studio has gone out of its way to make him available, but his growing role in the world of wizarding series has made it difficult for him to suit up as the Flash on the same days that other co-stars are available.
Our 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. That is hilarious to me! Paramount, which is distributing the “Mission: Impossible” sequel, would not allow Cavill to shave the facial hair while production was taking place.
And, then there’s Joss Whedon:
Joss Whedon has now spent months overseeing the project, but he will not receive a co-directing credit, according to an insider. Whedon stepped in to handle the reshoots and finish the film this spring after director Zack Snyder publicly excused himself from the project. Whedon won’t just be rewarded with a fat paycheck. He may also get a producing credit or a screenplay credit. There’s some precedent. Tony Gilroy, who stepped in for director Gareth Edwards to oversee reshoots for “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” earned a screenwriting credit.
Well, given how that last trailer looked, maybe it’ll all be worth it and DCEU is just going through the pains of turning a big ol’ turd ship around.
What do you all think? Let us know, and remember, we told you so.
Justice League is scheduled to hit theaters this coming November.