Justice League: 10 Huge New Reveals About Zack Snyder's Reshoots 

Zack Snyder has spilled the beans on those reshoots, and there are some legit shockers!

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Recently, Zack Snyder took charge of some surprise reshoots for his cut of Justice League, a surprise when it was previously claimed that there would be no additional photography for the movie. A number of A-List cast members have reportedly taken part, while it seems some new faces have also been added to the "Snyder Cut" before it arrives on HBO Max next year.

With a new trailer confirmed to debut on the anniversary of Justice League's theatrical release (November 17th), Snyder recently took part in a couple of interviews and revealed plenty of fresh details about what exactly his reshoots have entailed.

The filmmaker is never one to shy away from sharing some big updates with fans (whether Warner Bros. likes it or not), and he's now weighed in on everything from Jared Leto's new-look Joker to why he agreed to actually finish the movie, and even how many minutes of new footage those reshoots have added.

There's a lot to unpack here, and Snyder even weighs in on possible sequel plans; clearly, this is a story he clearly wants to finish down the line, so get ready for #ReleaseTheSnyderCutSequel to start dominating social media soon enough. In the meantime, though, keep reading for these latest updates...

10. Carla Gugino May Be Suiting Up As Catwoman

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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice made it clear that the Caped Crusader has been operating in Gotham City for decades, so the vigilante is one with a lot of history in the DC Extended Universe. In Zack Snyder's mind, Batman has crossed paths with Catwoman, and the filmmaker has now teased who he would choose to play Selina Kyle and what the history between the two might look like.

"I would say Carla [Gugino] [as] Catwoman [is perfect]. You would have to say, there's a flashback to ten years ago, where they were a thing," Snyder pondered. "And then he had to arrest her, I don't know what happened, or he had to let her go, and it tweaked him."

"And now, who knows what she's doing now, she's running some sort of international antiquities or something, and he needs to retire, and they find each other," he added.

Does this mean Catwoman will be part of Zack Snyder's Justice League? It's not outside the ream of possibility by any means, especially as those reshoots are grander in scale than anticipated. Adding further fuel to the fire is a Vero post shared by the filmmaker shortly after his made those remarks.


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