Reportedly, Screentime for ‘Justice League’ is the Shortest of a DCEU film so far
Justice League premiere is just around the corner, and while most of the top secrets remain shield for all of us, the aspects we already know -or suspect- are currently being under-scrutinised and over-analysed.
Now, is the time of the runtime of the film, which has been feared to be shortened -much like Batman V Superman– or way too extensive, which does not seem likely, not even as a possibility.
Now, thanks to some sources, we may finally have an official runtime for the film, and the answer might not be what some hoped, dreamed or wished.
According to Manabyte’s Blog, the final runtime for Justice League, the one we will see in theatres, will be of 121 minutes, or 2 hours and 1 minute, making it the shortest DCEU film so far.
Manabyte cited multiple sources that have seen the movie, as well as confirmation from a number of theatre chains, like Regal Cinemas, AMC Theaters, Galaxy Cinemas, the Atom ticketing service, and more.
Before panic strikes let just remember that, even before Batman V Superman premiered, Zack Snyder promised that Justice League will be a much lighter film, a more “superhero traditional one”, so maybe the runtime of just 2 hours and 1 minute was part of that.
Besides, Zack is experienced with “short runtime” films, like his Dawn of the Dead film, which came in at 101 minutes, so exciting and lean storytelling is not something he’s strange of.
Let’s have faith in what Warner Bros. is doing with our Justice League, as it is all we can do.
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The League is set to unite in less than a month, on November 17, 2017.
Source: Manabyte’s Blog