As Wonder Woman goes into it's third weekend in theaters, comic book fans now look toward the next film in the franchise, Justice League. We know that the film took a big hit due to a tragedy in director Zack Snyder's life, which forced him to depart from the project leaving Josh Whedon in charge to finish the post production. Currently the film is going through some extensive re shoots at Cardington Studios in Bedfordshire, England. It is at this location where we got a peek at an iconic building that may be featured in the film.
Thanks to the Twitter account @_DCWorld we have some photos of the studios where they are doing the reshoots. One of the photos shows a building that will look very familiar to DC Comics fans, the Hall of Justice. The Hall of Justice made it's first appearance in the first episode of the television show Super Friends in September 8th, 1973 and not in comics. In comics, the Hall of Justice was designed by Wonder Woman, John Stewart and Wonder Woman, financed by Batman and constructed by Superman after the destruction of the Watchtower. Not only did is serve as the headquarters for the team, but also an underground burial place for fallen heroes as well as villains.
Recently during in the television adaptations of the DC Universe, we have seen the Hall of Justice teased. Although it's an iconic building for the DC Universe, I think it would be too soon to see it in a film, especially with the team barely coming together. When the Hall was finally built the League had already been around for a while with a clear identity. Also the League wanted to make sure that their base going forward was accessible by people and not have them looking up in the sky to them like gods. This is something that I think the franchise needs to grow into and not just have them from one hour to another be the Justice League we all know and love from the animated series. What do you think? Do you want to see the Hall of Justice in the first Justice League film?
Justice League hits theaters November 17th, 2017
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