‘Justice League’ Storyboard Artist Reveals First Plans For The Final Act

There were a lot of fans and people around the world who were literally a lot disappointed with ‘justice League’ and also the way it stopped Zack Snyder’s famous vision of the DC Comics Universe. And also because of those additional contributions, Joss Whedon has made in the final stages of film’s production. A lot of people has criticized Justice League for its plot and story and if you don’t trust us then we’re going to tell you about a person who hasn’t been a fan of Justice League and his name is Jay Olivia, the man who has directed some animated DC Comics movies and has been the storyboard artist of Justice League.

But, the storyboard artist has revealed that there would’ve been a lot of change in the final acts of the film if Snyder would’ve been on the driving seat in the later stages also. The artist said to ComicBook Debate Podcast that,

“I did from the time they arrived to the nuclear reactor all the way to the end of the fight, there’s a couple stuff that when I watched the film I was like, ‘Well, what happened to that?’ because I was really looking forward to seeing it because I’ve done some crazy stuff. I tried to top what I’ve done with superman. When Superman comes back, I had done some really crazy stuff like Superman unhinged.”

This seems to be like a big change to every single person who watched the film and listening to this they can look forward to those plans which were made by Zack Snyder about a two-part Justice League at the first place. The return of Superman despite being dead and then eventually fighting with the ones who made him alive again, was followed by his return alongside his other team members for a fight against a bigger and stronger foe.

There has been many changes like this which almost happened in the movies of DC Comics because Snyder has already told revealed recently that he had plans to kill Batman also. There was also an incident when a person asked Snyder about that iconic scene when a lifeless body of Batman was carried by Superman. The person asked that whether we can see a scene like this again in future? And the director responded with, ‘Of course’.

Currently, DC is in a state of mixed emotions, as Henry Cavill reportedly leaving the role of Superman forever, Ben Afflick also in the line to follow him and up for leaving the character of Batman forever, release of movies like Aquaman, Shazam!., The Joker, and Wonder Woman 1984 are on the line and is creating a lot of excitement and worriedness among the hearts of DC fans.

But, the new road for DC could be a little better one because WarnerMedia’s CEO John Stankey has expressed his thoughts on the idea of reinforcing as he stated that, “Some of our franchise, in particular, DC, we all think we can do better.”

Snyder also explains something about Superman and Batman as he states that,

“They’re actually opposite sides of the same coin; It’s interesting because Batman’s a man and Superman’s a god, if you think about it in those terms. So their relationship is very contentious. What Superman sees as Batman’s limits, Batman sees as Superman trying to control him, acting like an absolute dictator.”

“What we went after was the humanity of each character, we tried to say, ‘What would Batman have to do to unravel Superman, and what would Superman have to do to unravel Batman?’ Their conflict is based on each other’s understanding of the other’s weakness. The fun of that is when you’re dealing with these mythological creatures—to make them human again, brings them back to earth. And to do that you have to know the rules before you can break them. They have to go all the way to the stratosphere before you can bring them back down.”

So, we’re going to see what the future of DC films holds for them and us. Cast down your comments about the upcoming movie Aquaman.

Rishabh Naudiyal

"Writing is one of my strengths and all I can say is that I observe things and try my best in order to convert them into words without the pressure of satisfying people's demands."
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