Justice League still has some months to go before it debuts, and fans are having their patience tested. The highly anticipated film will premiere in November, but Zack Snyder is having pity on his diehard fans. After all, the director did just share new storyboards of his film with fans.
Over on Vero, Snyder surprised fans with a Thursday treat. The director posted a series of storyboards he drew up for Justice League himself, and the drawings give insight into a very important scene.
“Some JL storyboards I did on my iPad with Apple Pencil and an app called paper 53,” the director captioned the post.
As fans can see above, the image shows four full frames which Snyder sketched. The first shows what appears to be a Mother Box in a hole as a king and his knights bury the item. The third still shows a faraway shot of the crew covering the object with dirt. The fourth panel is harder to make out, but fans speculate it may be a close-up of one of the shovelers working to bury the Mother Box.
If this scene seems familiar to you, then you have a great eye. San Diego Comic Con’s trailer for Justice League gave a brief glimpse of this scene in live-action. Fans were shown a faraway shot of a king staring down into a hole while his men gather around him. The camera then pans to the ground, showing a bare Mother Box waiting in a shallow to be covered.
Fans are loving the behind-the-scenes look at Snyder’s process for Justice League. The director worried fans this year when Snyder announced his leave from the film; Snyder chose to exit Justice League with his wife after the sudden passing of his daughter. Seeing part of Snyder’s vision come to life in a trailer for Justice League reaffirms the director is still part of the film, and fans are glad to see it.
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Justice League opens in theaters on November 17, 2017.