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`Justice League’ Movie 2017 News: Behind-the-Scenes Footage Sets Hearts Racing

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The UK production of the much-awaited Justice League movie has wrapped up and what better way to celebrate than by sharing with fans a behind-the-scenes footage of the lead stars’ candid moments.

Zack Snyder, the film’s director, tweeted his thanks to all those who were involved in the UK production, which he referred to as an “amazing” shoot. After the last day of filming in the UK, he posted a video of the movie’s stars during lighthearted moments as well as when the cameras were grinding.

The sneak peek behind-the-scenes offered by Snyder showed Gotham City’s cloaked crusader and the Amazonian superheroine and their super friends riding an elevator, taking the stairs and striking poses before clowning around.
The video garnered thousands of likes in a single day. It definitely looked like everyone was having a “great time,” ScreenCrush reported.

The Justice League movie slated for a November 2017 release has an all-stellar cast that includes Ben Affleck, who reprises his role as Batman, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Ezra Miller as the Flash and Ray Fisher as Cyborg.

Months back, the showing of the Justice League trailer San Diego Comic-Con International set hearts racing. Fans of superhero flicks were excited to see their favorite stars joining the DC universe by playing lead roles. Though the solo films of some of the stars, notably Affleck, Gadot, Momoa and Miller will not be hitting the big screen yet, they are among the anticipated flicks of die-hard superhero fans.

The new behind-the-scenes footage further whetted the appetite of fans who got a glimpse of the superheroes both in wacky moments and focusing on their roles. As of this time, it is still hard to tell if the Justice League movie, that will unravel in 2017, will be easy on the emotions or if it will cast a gloomy spell on viewers, the way Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice did.

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