Director Zack Snyder has shared new storyboard sketches of Bruce Wayne fixing the Flying Fox in Justice League. The Flying Fox was first introduced in the 2017 team-up film when Diana Prince visits Wayne. The vehicle is used by the Justice League for transportation and is also able to fit three Batmobiles on board.
Over the years, Batman has become known for having several gadgets and vehicles at his disposal. While Batman may not exactly have superpowers, he used his wealth to become an incredible crime fighter. Since his creation in 1939, Batman has used many vehicles to travel around Gotham city. He is most known for the iconic Batmobile, but has also used a Batboat, Batcycle, Batplane, and even a Batcopter. Having a unique vehicle has almost become a staple for Bruce Wayne in Batman films, and Justice League was no exception. The three-level airplane was one of the biggest vehicles Bruce Wayne has ever piloted. Concept art for the Flying Fox was previously revealed in 2017, but now fans can get a look at the vehicle when it was still in development.
First posted on Vero by Snyder, the storyboards show the outside of Wayne Aerospace before Diana goes inside to find Bruce fixing the Flying Fox. While Diana talking to Bruce made it into the final cut of the film, the exterior shots of Wayne Aerospace were left on the cutting room floor. Due to the reshoots of Justice League, it was previously thought that Bruce was fixing the Flying Fox in the Batcave, but now fans know that it was actually at Wayne Aerospace. The full storyboard can be seen below.
Anybody who was following the production of Justice League knows that Joss Whedon made a lot of changes once he was brought on board. Justice League went through an incredible amount of reshoots, which were painfully obvious in the final cut of the film. Many people criticized Justice League for having two different tones and narratives which was the result of Whedon and Snyder having different visions for the superhero flick.
Despite his lacking involvement in the DC movie universe, Snyder is still a producer on many DC films, including the upcoming Wonder Woman 1984. Snyder has also remained active on social media by posting unseen artwork from DC films and resolving questions fans have about the DC film universe. Even though these new storyboards don't reveal a whole lot about Snyder's vision for Justice League, it does point to yet another change that was made during the reshoot period of production.
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