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A £360 PC and an AI Did a Way Better Job Erasing Henry Cavill’s Justice League Moustache Than Expensive VFX

There’s a long list of things wrong with the Justice League movie, not the least of which being the hasty and poorly-executed digital removal of Henry Cavill’s moustache that he couldn’t shave during the film’s reshoots. But not to worry, some random dude on the internet with a $500 (~£356) used PC and a world-changing AI just fixed at least one part of that film. Read More >>

The Unverified Yet Believably Silly Reason Why Henry Cavill Couldn’t Shave His ‘Tache for Justice League

No symbol better encapsulates the problems that Warner Bros. is having getting the DCEU off the ground than Henry Cavill’s digitally-removed moustache in Justice League. To be fair, Cavill’s inability to shave the thing off isn’t entirely DC’s fault, but at this point it kinda feels like maybe, just maybe, WB’s cool with this whole ship sinking. Read More >>

After Justice League, Henry Cavill Is Excited to Play the Superman of the Comics

The Superman we’ve seen in DC’s movie universe has been...let’s say controversial at times. It’s a characterisation that has been built more around the character’s power, and reactions to that power, than the ideals he champions. But after Justice League, Henry Cavill thinks its time for a Superman story that leans closer to the comics. Read More >>

The End Credits Scene of Justice League Has Been Bugging Me

When I first saw the end credits scene of Justice League, it was incredibly exciting. The scene sets up some intriguing possibilities for the future of the DC universe and does so with several surprises. However, the more and more I’ve thought about it over the past few days, the more and more it’s been bugging me. Read More >>

Aquaman Won’t Use the Same Techniques as Justice League For Talking Underwater

There’s only one scene in Justice League that really gives us a taste of what to expect when Arthur Curry gets his own standalone movie next year. But even then, it turns out that at least one thing we saw won’t carry over to Aquaman: Specifically, the way these characters talk to each other. Read More >>

Fake Poster of the Justice League Murdering Marvel Characters Was Used for Real in China

This is not as cute as Spider-Man taking a nap with some pandas. A doctored Justice League poster portraying DC’s heroes stomping, skewering, and decapitating some of the competition has been making the rounds in China, including being used as an actual cinema poster and elevator ad. Read More >>

All the Ways Justice League Sets Up the Future of DC Movies

Now that Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, Aquaman, and Cyborg have teamed up in Justice League, the DC Universe is ready to blast off—assuming its smaller-than-anticipated opening weekend hasn’t thrown a spanner in the works. But if Warner Bros. decides to extend the DC Extended Universe a bit longer, here’s all the clues in Justice League to what may be coming. Read More >>

The Justice League We Got Was the Best Version the DCEU Could Give Us

I'd like to go on the record right now to say that I think a lot of the bad Justice League reviews are overly harsh. The film isn't perfect, but it's an awful lot better than some people seem to think. I won't declare that JL was amazing and that everyone who says otherwise is receiving some sort of anti-DC bribe, but it was alright. Frankly, after everything that's happened, it's probably the best version of that film we could get out of the DCEU. Read More >>

Zack Snyder Fans Petition For The Release of His Cut of Justice League As Deleted Scenes Leak Online

People who like Zack Snyder and his work have a tendency to really like Zack Snyder and his work. So it’s no surprise that the shifts late in Justice League’s production, which include a hefty infusion of Joss Whedon-helmed reshoots and directorial judgements, would be unpalatable to Snyder’s diehards. Read More >>

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In This Saturday Night Live Clip, Batman Might Be A Little Too Tough on Crime

When Bruce Wayne invites the people of the community into his lavish mansion for a food drive on Thanksgiving, he probably views it as a part of his overall mission, a mission that culminates in his work as Batman. According to some of the citizens he’s helping, though, that might not be the case. Read More >>

Ben Affleck Stole Some Batarangs From the Justice League Set

Acting as a superhero in a major blockbuster film is undoubtedly incredibly stressful, but it’s also, and this is not to be ignored, frickin’ rad. Getting to pretend to be a larger-than-life hero with (most likely) a cape is a dream come true for a lot of people. Naturally, one might want souvenirs of the experience when it was over. Read More >>

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In Justice League Parody, Batman Has To Call In the Backups

The problem with calling in the big guns is that sometimes, the big guns are busy. They’ve got important big gun stuff to do, after all. But when a hero like Batman needs help, he really needs it. So, uh, well, let’s see who we can find. Read More >>

Making Justice League’s Aquaman Sexy Is the Smartest Thing Warner Bros. and DC Have Ever Done

Even though he’s a founding member of the Justice League, Aquaman’s never really enjoyed the same kind of widespread cultural significance other characters like Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman have. Aquaman’s had a long-standing image problem, but with Justice League, DC’s finally trying to fix it in a very compelling way: by making him sexy as hell. Read More >>

Justice League Shows Us The Tragedy of Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman

It’s hard to comment on Justice League without talking about the drama behind it. Whatever noble intentions there might be about separating the art from the artists, the modern world makes achieving this distance impossible thanks to blanket coverage from the moment the film is greenlit until the moment it ends up in the streaming equivalent of the Bargain Bin. Read More >>

All the Easter Eggs and References We Spotted in Justice League

After years of aborted starts, failed attempts, and a troubled production, Justice League is finally here. DC's premier superhero team finally has a big-screen live-action adaptation to call its own, and it's, well... I enjoyed it, despite the flaws. Some people didn't. Read More >>