Zack Snyder may not be involved with press and publicity for Justice League, but that doesn't mean that the director isn't supporting the upcoming DC Extended Universe film.
Earlier today, Snyder shared a behind-the-scenes photo from Justice League on Vero that showed the director hard at work on the superhero film last October complete with a special, bright pink mag on top of the camera. In the photo's caption, Snyder indicates that he originally had the mag made for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice which had started its filming in October 2013. As this photo shows, Snyder brought the mag out again to support breast cancer awareness during Justice League.
"Shooting last October with the breast Cancer awareness mag I had made for BvS #BCAM," Snyder captioned the post.
This latest photo isn't the first time in recent days that Snyder has treated fans to a look into the making of Justice League. Last week, Snyder shared a series of storyboards that he drew up for the film himself. The scene, which some eagle-eyed fans spotted in the San Diego Comic Con trailer for the film, shows what appears to be a Mother Box in a hole with a king and his knights burying the item.
Behind-the-scenes peeks at Snyder's making of Justice League have been making fans very happy as the debut of the film nears. It was previously reported that Snyder felt it would be "unfair" to continue to be involved with Justice League and with the director not having current plans to be involved in press for the film, fans were concerned that Snyder's departure earlier this year-- and Joss Whedon's reshoots -- may have removed the director's touch on the finished product, though the film's stars insist Justice League is still very much Snyder's film.
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Justice League opens in theaters on November 17, 2017.