Tom Cruise has announced the official title of the new Mission: Impossible movie, by joining Instagram! The sixth installment of the franchise is entitled Mission: Impossible – Fallout. The first official trailer is expected to come out soon, and the film is scheduled for a July 27, 2018 release.
Justice League is coming to home video on March 13th! You can watch the short video announcement below, which also gives us a glimpse at a deleted scene that appears to be focused on the Man of Steel. The Blu-ray release includes several scenes that didn’t make the final theatrical cut, along with behind-the-scenes featurettes.
Here’s also the list of features that will be included:
Road to Justice – Journey alongside DC comic creators as they explore over fifty years of the Justice League, from comic books to animated adventures to their cinematic debut.
Heart of Justice – Discover the heart, soul and mind of the Justice League, as the cast and filmmakers share their admiration for DC’s iconic Trinity: Superman, Wonder Woman and Batman.
Technology of the Justice League – From Batman’s arsenal to Cyborg’s alien tech, interface with the Justice League database to learn their most advanced secrets.
Justice League: The New Heroes – Join Ray Fisher on a personal tour to meet the newest members of the Justice League: Aquaman, the Flash and Cyborg.
The Return of Superman – Bonus scenes not seen in theaters
Steppenwolf the Conqueror – Join actor Ciarán Hinds and the filmmakers as they reveal the story behind mankind’s ancient enemy and the Justice League’s greatest challenge.
Scene Studies: Revisiting the Amazons – ake a closer look at the filmmaking process behind Justice League’s most visually exciting and action-packed sequences
Scene Studies: Wonder Woman’s Rescue – Take a closer look at the filmmaking process behind Justice League’s most visually exciting and action-packed sequences
Scene Studies: Heroes Park – Take a closer look at the filmmaking process behind Justice League’s most visually exciting and action-packed sequences
Scene Studies: The Tunnel Battle – Take a closer look at the filmmaking process behind Justice League’s most visually exciting and action-packed sequences
Suit Up: The Look of the League – Costume Designer Michael Wilkinson explores the innovation and artistry that goes into creating the costumes of DC’s iconic heroes.
The Justice League cast members Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Ray Fisher, and Jason Momoa attended the ACE Long Island convention last December 8th to 10th.
As Henry announced in his Instagram account, he conducted a Search for Hope treasure hunt wherein 30 original Superman sketches were hidden around the convention for fans to find. Clues were posted on Henry’s Instagram, which helped fals figure out the location for each sketch. All 30 individuals received a rare limited edition Superman coin and had a wonderful opportunity to attend a private Q&A session with Henry himself! Check out high-quality photos in our gallery, and the videos of the panel and the private Q&A below. Sorry for the delay on this! Happy Holidays to all.
The cast also did autograph and photo-op sessions. I didn’t include any to add to the gallery, as I felt weird posting some without the consent of the people. If you were one of the lucky ones to attend the event and had a photo-op with Henry and would like to share your photo with us, you’re more than welcome to send them to us via email! Just include a name or link for us to credit.
INVERSE – The Man of Steel did not come back in black in Justice League, but don’t blame the camera crew. Scenes featuring Superman, played by Henry Cavill, wearing a black version of his costume were cut from the theatrical release of Justice League.
Fabian Wagner, an accomplished cinematographer who shot some of the biggest episodes of Game of Thrones — both “Hardhome” and “Battle of the Bastards” — was tasked with bringing Zack Snyder’s vision for the DC superhero movie to life. In an email interview with Inverse, Wagner says scenes with Superman wearing his black suit were removed in the final cut.
“There were [scenes shot],” Wagner said. “It’s a cool looking costume. Sadly, we didn’t see that either in the final cut.”
In 1993, a year after Superman was killed by Doomsday in The Death of Superman, the titular hero came back to life in Superman: The Man of Steel #25 and Superman#81 wearing a black jumpsuit with a silver “S” instead of his usual red/yellow symbol. (Also, he didn’t wear a cape.) Much like Spider-Man’s symbiote costume, the black variant is cool because, well, it’s black. It was the ‘90s.
Superman was killed by Doomsday in Batman v Superman. And though it played out differently than in the comics, Doomsday pretty much looked the way he should have. So it made sense that fans expected to see Henry Cavill wearing a black costume for Supe’s resurrection in Justice League. Cavill even teased the costume on his Instagram page during filming, and some tie-in merchandise was produced with the design. Now, the movie’s cinematographer says there are scenes with a black Superman costume, they’re just on the cutting room floor.
In fact, Wagner says “quite a few scenes” didn’t make the theatrical release of Justice League, not just black and silver Superman. “Zack takes his time with telling the stories, and I’ve always liked that about his movies. There are a few scenes that I was very much looking forward to seeing which unfortunately got cut.”
One other scene Wagner refers to is a scene from the final trailer, in which Alfred (Jeremy Irons) talks to an off-screen figure while doing maintenance on the Batmobile. “They said you’d come,” he says, looking up at the mystery character. “Let’s hope you’re not too late.”
Wagner, who shot the scene, is keeping mum in regards to whom Alfred is speaking to. (Most fans think it was Superman.) But he promises that maybe one day fans will finally know for sure. “It was a great scene to shoot,” he says. “It was one of my favourites and also didn’t make it.”
Henry announced in his Instagram account that he will be doing a treasure hunt during the ACE Comic-Con on December 8 to 10 in Long Island, New York. He ended the caption with hashtag #SearchForHope referring to the surprise. Henry and fellow Justice League co-stars Jason Momoa, Gal Gadot, Ezra Miller, Ray Fisher and Ciarán Hinds will be at the convention. Good luck and have fun to everybody participating!
Henry posted yet another thank you message to everyone who came out to support the world premiere of Justice League last week. The video starts with Henry mentioning he loves premiere nights, before standing up and revealing he was pants-less. Cheeky! Then comes some more highlights from the preparation to the interviews done during the red carpet premiere.