PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Fueled by his restored faith in humanity and inspired by Superman's selfless act, Bruce Wayne enlists the help of his new-found ally, Diana Prince, to face an even greater enemy.
The technology in Cyborg is directly connected to the Mother Box, allowing him to tap into the knowledge and energy of the planet Apokolips.
Podcast Kid 2:
There he is!
Podcast Kid 1: Shh! Shh! C'mon, let's go.
Podcast Kid 1: Superman! Superman! Can we ask you some questions?
Podcast Kid 2: It's for our podcast.
Superman: Well, in that case...
Podcast Kid 1: How many people that you saved - have you saved?
Podcast Kid 1: Never mind. Does your thing really stand for "hope"?
Superman: Yes, it does.
Podcast Kid 2: ...
When the Flash/Barry Allen is going undercover into S.T.A.R. Labs as an Air Force MP, and Cyborg/Victor Stone hacks the computer to give him clearance, he puts his date of birth as 11/06/10. This would make him 7 years old. He wouldn't quite meet the age requirement for the military if that were the case.
The opening credits is a montage of people in mourning for Superman.
In March 18, 2021, after almost four years of online petition and fan pressure, Warner Bros. released the original director's cut of Justice League, renamed Zack Snyder's Justice League. The cut was more than two hours longer than the theatrical version, including additional scenes, alternate takes, detailed expositions, more character backstory and even a different camera setup and musical score by Junkie XL. Also, the new version introduced characters that were cut from the theatrical version like Iris West (Kiersey Clemons), Martian Manhunter (Harry Lennix), DeSaad (Peter Guinness), Cyborg's mother Elinore (Karen Bryson), Ryan Choi (Zheng Kai) and Justice League's archenemy, Darkseid (Ray Porter). The cut was rated R for violence and language, unlike the theatrical version, which was PG-13.
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