Yes, two men have sat in the director's chair for Justice League. No, both of them aren't being given that title in the credits.
The Justice League website and posters highlight the credits for the upcoming DC team-up film, and Zack Snyder is still listed as the sole director. Joss Whedon, who came in and directed the film's reshoots, will receive a writing credit only.
If you recall, earlier this summer, Warner Bros. announced that Snyder was stepping away from Justice League following a personal tragedy. Whedon was then revealed to be his replacement.
When Whedon boarded the project, he re-wrote a significant amount of the film's script, and his shoots covered a multitude of pages.
Whedon is listed as one of the writers of the screenplay, along with Chris Terrio, who wrote the original script with Snyder.
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Justice League opens in theaters on November 17, 2017.
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