Justice League deleted scene shows Superman’s black suit


The resulting movie was neither a purely Zack Snyder movie, nor a Joss Whedon one. One of the reasons Justice League was doomed to fail was that it was a vision of two vastly different directors. But the finished product did not have anything to do with the suit. While not exactly a Zack Snyder cut, these fans may get a few deleted scenes in the movie. This movie for the first time brought together DC’s most powerful superheroes, but various factors made it a mess, albeit an enjoyable one. For those who do not know, black Superman is canon. For all the latest Entertainment News, download Indian Express App
© IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd He wore the black suit after his resurrection in the series The Death of Superman. Critics brought up weak villain, uneven tone, and poor CGI. 2018-02-10T12:05:18+00:00″>
Published: February 10, 2018 12:05 pm

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