Justice League has only been in theaters for about a month, so we're still a ways away until the home video release comes loaded with special features, but one fan took it upon themselves to create a behind-the-scenes featurette.
The video from channel Flashback FilmMaking on YouTube compiles all of the bits and pieces from various promos to create quick look at the production of Justice League, released to support director Zack Snyder's version of the movie. Check it out in the clip above.
The footage shows a lot of the process behind filming Snyder's latest superhero film, offering some glimpses into how the effects-laden movie looked before all of the CGI was integrated.
It shows the practical ways they laid the groundwork for the scenes where Wonder Woman clangs her bracelets and when the Flash uses the Speed Force.
Many scenes that looked like they were filmed on location actually appears to be shot on a soundstage, including when the League stands before the resurrected Superman at the Kryptonian's memorial in Metropolis.
It's also fun to see Ray Fisher wearing sweatpants surrounded by everyone else in their costumes, like he's getting ready to save the world in his pajamas. It's not too far off from the truth, actually.
We're likely to get a professionally made featurette soon, including a lot of process shots and interviews with the cast and crew, detailing the work put into the first cinematic team up of DC Comics' greatest heroes.
Justice League is now playing in theaters.