According to ‘Justice League’ Cinematographer, They Shot Scenes With Superman’s Black Suit

“We could’ve had it all” is a phrase that has been associated with Justice League in the past few weeks through social media, as, reported by several sources, the theatre version of the film left several things, most of them seen in trailers, out.

Apparently, one of those things that were cut from the final cut was Superman’s iconic black suit, which was originally intended to appear at Superman’s return in the film.

Last year we got a tease of this iconic suit through Henry Cavill’s Instagram, where he showed us a pic of what appeared to be the black suit.

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Talking to Inverse, Justice League cinematographer Fabian Wagner confirmed that indeed, they had shot scenes with Superman wearing this famous suit.

“There were [scenes shot]. It’s a cool looking costume. Sadly, we didn’t see that either in the final cut. Zack takes his time with telling the stories, and I’ve always liked that about his movies. There are a few scenes that I was very much looking forward to seeing which unfortunately got cut.”

Superman died on screen in Batman V Superman, and shortly after said event, some fans hoped Snyder would use the black suit, a hope that increased with Cavill teasing it on his Instagram.

Maybe if Zack Snyder’s original cut gets the release many are petitioning for, we will someday see Superman in his black suit.

What do you think about this news? Would you have liked to see Superman’s black suit?
Let us know in the comments section down below!

Justice League is currently in every theatre near you.

Source: Inverse.

 

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