Charles Roven Says Joss Whedon Did Not Make Justice League a Comedy


Justice League producer Charles Roven, in an interview with Newsday went on to confirmed that director Joss Whedon, who stepped in for original director Zack Snyder, did not turn the movie into comedy.

Justice League being too much of a comedy was an ongoing fear many fans who are a fan of Snyder directing style had when Whedon stepped in to film the reshoots for the film, as many DC Comics fans prefer a balance between darkness and lightheartedness with their films.

“I really don’t know how to break down the scenes that [Joss] wrote with Zack versus the scenes that he wrote later. If you take ‘Man of Steel,’ ‘Batman v Superman’ and ‘Justice League’ as a trilogy — they were all directed by Zack, with the third one having some influence by Joss — I would say this is the lightest of the three. That doesn’t mean it’s a comedy!”

Justice League premieres in theaters on November 17th.


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