Justice League Reshoots Encounter Scheduling Issues
A new report detailing Justice League’s reshoots suggests the Joss Whedon-directed portion of filming has run into scheduling issues, and that Whedon himself may not receive a co-directing credit for his work.
Sources have told Variety that the reshoots cost a reported $25 million and have gone on for two months, in part due to scheduling conflicts for the cast.
Possible spoilers for Justice League and spoilers for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them follow.
According to Variety, both Ezra Miller’s work on the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them sequel, which has begun shooting, and Henry Cavill’s shooting for the sixth Mission: Impossible film have both factored into the reshoots. While WB can reportedly better accommodate for Miller’s schedule, as Fantastic Beasts is a WB film, Cavill has had to jump back and forth between the two productions with more scheduling difficulties.