The upcoming Justice League is still a solid ten or so months away from hitting theaters, but that hasn’t stopped the production from sending out photos every so often. Heck, at this rate, by the time the movie comes out, Justice League may very well take the cake as the most advertised movie to date. Given how far away it is, it’s crazy that we’ve already had a San Diego Comic-Con first look and a handful of images.
Well, if you were hoping for a bit of a slowdown, you may be disappointed, but if you wanted an image that gives a little bit of insight into the process, you’re in luck! The film director, Zack Snyder, allowed Warner Bros’ Ken Pejoro to share a behind-the-scenes photo of looping process for the film.
Have a look below!
For those unfamiliar with what's going on in the image, a good number of big budget Hollywood films use very little of their on-set dialogue. While smaller films are usually able to get away with on-set sound, a lot of the visual effects processes don’t necessarily offer these big budget movies the same luxury. As a result, actors have to come in and re-record most of the dialogue for their characters so the sound can be as clean as possible. The process is referred as either ADR or looping, depending on who you talk to. But don't feel like the dialogue recorded on set goes to waste. Oftentimes, the on-set dialogue is often used for actors to reference their inflections, so that they can give as accurate of a performance was possible.
In this particular scene, it looks like Wonder Woman is speaking to Ben Affleck’s Bruce Wayne, though the actual context of their conversation is obviously unclear. Given the premise of the film, which revolves around the pair uniting the Justice League, one can assume that the scene likely entails them strategizing on how best to get one of the other members to join, but that’s obviously all speculation.
What do you think of this image? Does it get you any more excited for Justice League? Let us know in the comments down below!
Justice League hits theaters on November 17, 2017!
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SOURCE: Ken Pejoro