Justice League: 10 Essential Deleted Scenes

Justice League's opening weekend numbers were disappointing, and comic book movie fans knew exactly who was to blame. It wasn’t director Zack Snyder, who left the project before it was completed. It wasn’t Joss Whedon, who did all he could have done in a limited amount of time. No, it was the studio again. They were uncertain about Snyder’s vision, and then limited Whedon’s options by restricting the length of the theatrical cut.

Who can tell a cohesive story about six powerful and complex superheroes and the villain they have in common, and then throw in a resurrection and the end of days, all in a mere 120 minutes?

Following Justice League’s release, there were numerous online reports about the movie's deleted scenes. While some of the scenes weren't essential to the plot, others truly explored the characters, provided better connections with the rest of the shared universe, and combined to create a higher-quality film.

What were the deleted scenes about? Check it out here, but keep an eye out for spoilers!