'Justice League' Reshoots Added Some 'Sexual Tension' Between Batman and Wonder Woman

Carla Harmon
November 14, 2017

Ben Affleck recently joined the cast of "Justice League" on the red carpet, promoting his second major turn as Bruce Wayne/Batman after "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice". Those who loved Hans Zimmer's score for "Man of Steel" might be disappointed to know that none of the music associated with Henry Cavill's Superman has made it onto the official soundtrack. And now we're learning that another change came about during the Justice League reshoots, one that may plant seeds for the next few movies. While at first it was speculated that Justice League would not have a sequel, Simmons revealed in an interview with Total Film that the script for a secondmovie was being written. That's largely because in early 2017, the movie's release became uncertain after its director, Zack Snyder departed the film following a family tragedy.


Just days before the release of superhero team-up epic Justice League, Ben Affleck has admitted for the first time that he's nearing the end of his tenure as Batman in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU). Rumours earlier this year that suggested Ezra Miller's solo Flash movie could adapt famed storyline Flashpoint could offer another avenue. "You don't do it forever, so I want to find a graceful and cool way to segue out of it".


For those unaware, the Injustice League is pretty much exactly what it sounds like: the opposite of the Justice League. Even Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman and Jason Momoa's Aquaman found some fans. I confess I was a Bruce-Diana shipper in Justice League, but those characters are world's away from Affleck and Gadot's depictions of them on the big screen, so this could be entirely new territory. It's definitely a feasible idea too. Lex Luthor and Joker have already debuted, and villains like Deathstroke, Black Manta, and Black Adam are on the way. "I take John Williams" thing and kind of subvert it a little bit, and use it not the way it was originally used to do a moment of "question mark' over a character", he teased, trying not to spoil the moment.


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