Black Suit Superman Scenes Cut From Justice League

Lawrence Kim
December 7, 2017

Gal Gadot stars as Wonder Woman along with Ben Affleck as Batman, Henry Cavill as Superman, Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Ezra Miller as the Flash, and Ray Fisher as Cyborg as the superheroes unite to save the world. "Sadly we didn't see that either in the final cut". However, the scenes were ultimately cut from the movie, according to the film's cinematographer Fabian Wagner, who has called for a Snyder cut of the movie in the past.

Justice League hasn't been performing well at its domestic box office, the high profile superhero blockbuster is now tracking $100 million behind Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and over $50 million behind the DCEU's lowest grosser, Man of Steel (via box office mojo).

Heroic Hollywood editor-in-chief Umberto Gonzalez how now confirmed that the black suit would have been seen after Superman's resurrection, but only as a quick easter egg as the suit was featured on display rather than Clarke wearing it.

Cavill teased the costume in August with a photo on Instagram, showing an ornate Kryptonian design close up. "There are a few scenes that I was very much looking forward to seeing which unfortunately got cut", he added.

"Superman joins the fight and teams up with the Justice League to defeat Steppenwolf, however, at one point, Steppenwolf tries to tempt Superman into joining his army", Smith said.

So when an effects artist states the black suit was never in the cards, while a cinematographer says they filmed shots, we're inclined to go with the person actually on set. "Let's hope you're not too late". Maybe all will be revealed if the Snyder cut that fans are petitioning for somehow manages to sees the light of day.

Justice League might not be doing so well domestically, however, it really seems like the worldwide market has taken a liking to the movie, contributing to Warner Brother's passing its $5 billion mark at the global box office.

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