Superman Had Another Iconic Costume In Justice League Deleted Scene

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"It's a cool looking costume".

Wagner is fairly clear about this in an interview with Inverse, responding to a question regarding whether or not scenes were shot involving the black suit with a simple answer: "There were".

It looks like Warner Brothers is actually considering the release of an extended cut of Justice League, except it might not be the one that fans have been looking for. "Sadly, we didn't see that either in the final cut".

"Zack takes his time with telling the stories, and I've always liked that about his movies".

Justice League has made a whopping $98.8 million there according to Box Office Mojo with an overseas total of $371.8 million.

"There were scenes shot".

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As debate raged on and conflicting reports of which scenes had been deleted continued to surface, it sounded like this subject had been put to bed when one of the visual effects artists to have worked on the movie stated that it was never there to begin with. However, it seems like Wagner might know a little more.

However, when fans sat in the theatre to watch the film, there was no black recovery suit to be found. Fans of DC comics were very excited since Superman was only seen in classic red and blue attire until then.

Given the fact that he was killed using the "Death of Superman" storyline, it only made sense that when he finally reappeared, it would be in the black suit. Another thing to note is that Superman in the comic book donned a long, jet black hair when he returned. We have no clue!

Regardless of whether you loved or hated Justice League, we're all aware of how a fair amount of footage was left on the cutting room floor.

Check out the tweets by reporter Umberto Gonzalez and Jeremy Conrad talking about the Black Superman Suit.

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