Since Zack Snyder’s departure from the film and Joss Whedon stepping in as director in charge of what was left, rumours about the studio planning on carrying out “significant reshoots, replacing all the work Snyder had done, have been spread all around the internet.
But this news might put a stop to them… or maybe not.
A week ago, it was reported that Jason Momoa, Aquaman, was spotted in England doing his part in the Justice League reshoots. Today, thanks to an Instagram post by @dannyminnick, we now know that Momoa has completed his part.
Although Momoa’s reshoots were relatively short, a week, it has been reported throughout these weeks (since reshoots began) that the Batmobile has been spotted, Diana’s past might be explored a little more and Gotham might have more scenes in the film.
We don’t know how significant or important are Aquaman’s reshoots (or of the rest of the League) for the film, we do know that since Momoa has wrapped its part, it won’t be long until Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Ezra Miller and Ray Fisher finish their part as well, especially if we consider that San Diego Comic Con is just a few weeks away and its likely we’ll get a new trailer for Justice League.
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Justice League is set to premiere this November.
Source: @dannyminnick Instagram