Justice League Wraps Filming in London, Now Off to Iceland

Saturday, 01 October 2016 - 4:54PM
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Saturday, 01 October 2016 - 4:54PM
Justice League Wraps Filming in London, Now Off to Iceland
Over the last several months, Jason Momoa's Instagram has been one of the primary sources for updates on the filming of Justice League. Now, fans have been given yet another Aquaman news bulletin from the actor, who posted a picture in celebration of the team finally wrapping up filming in London.  

Of course, the movie hasn't quite completed principal photography; it was announced some time ago that there were still scenes to be shot in Iceland. So the cast and crew will obviously be spending some time there before the film moves into the final stages of production.

There's been very little revealed about the plot of the film so far, except, of course, what has been hinted at in Batman v Superman. There was also a lot of news about how Justice League will be the first attempt by DC and WB to course correct after the poor critical reception of its first three films, with changes to the script being made daily in pre-production and the early stages of principal photography.

As of now, it's well known that Justice League will concern itself with the Mother Boxes, those pieces of alien technology from the comics that can both teleport individuals and serve as a sort of intergalactic Siri. It's also well known that the film will show the resurrection of Superman and the joining of forces of Wonder Woman, Batman, Superman, Aquaman, Cyborg, and the Flash. Hopefully, there remains to be limited knowledge of JL's plot, and WB acts more wisely about what to reveal and what not to reveal in their upcoming teasers and trailers.

The first trailer for the film is rumored to drop sometime near the holidays, which would be right about on time when considering the time between trailer releases and movie releases for past DC films. For instance, Batman v Superman had a teaser released at 11 months from its premiere and trailers released at 8, 3, and 1 months out. With this also being the first DC film that Geoff Johns has been head of DC Films for, there are a lot of high hopes that Justice League will mark the turning point for the DCEU, and everything from here on out will be genuinely quality filmmaking.

Justice League is set to hit theaters on November 17, 2017.
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