Justice League's Cinematographer Offers Up Behind-The-Scenes Shots On Instagram
Fabian Wagner dropped Justice League shots including costume tests, teases of new scenes, and cast photos on his personal Instagram.
The Snyder Cut is no longer simply a fan campaign, but an inevitability. Set to come out in 2021, the 2017 theatrical film has transformed into a 4-part miniseries that will air stream on HBO Max. As director Zack Snyder hypes the film, other members of the cast and crew are helping him get the word out. Hot on the heels of Snyder's new trailer, we have some behind-the-scenes stills courtesy Justice League cinematographer Fabian Wagner's Instagram.
The first shot features Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman looking at a mural of villain Darkseid while holding a torch. She's also wearing some comfy-looking boots, but we're going to guess that those probably won't make it into the final shot. The photo is presumably from the same scene we saw in Snyder's DC FanDome teaser back in June.
Another shot from Wagner gives us a look at Diane Lane as Martha Kent. Wagner calls the photo a "cheeky snapshot of the beautiful Diane Lane." Wagner calls her lovely to work with and says he "can't wait to see that scene." This scene appears to be something new for Snyder's version of the film.
Along with those shots, Wagner dropped some costume tests for Flash, Aquaman, and Wonder Woman, as well as some cast and crew shots. There's also a short of Henry Cavill in a robe.
Along with the newly-released trailer, Snyder gave an interview to ScreenCrush, where he said that his ideal release for his Zack Snyder's Justice League would be a black-and-white IMAX version.
"That, to me, is the most fan-centric, most pure, most Justice League experience. Because that's how I lived with the movie for two years, in black and white... when I do the live-stream of the trailer, Steph and I colored a black-and-white version of the trailer," Snyder said.
Along with that new scene of Diane Lane as Martha Kent, Snyder is doing reshoots that include adding Jared Leto's Joker to the film and working with the crew of Fantastic Beasts 3 to shoot footage of actor Ezra Miller for his role as Flash in Justice League.
Zack Snyder's four-part Justice League film hits HBO Max sometime next year, but neither Snyder nor Warner Bros. have offered anything more specific.
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