With two months left before the scheduled premiere of DC and Warner Bros.' "Justice League", the movie is far from ready. In fact, director Joss Whedon is working to add several new scenes, some of them possibly focusing on Wonder Woman and her homeland.
A recent Instagram post by Madeleine Vall Beijner gives more ground to the idea. As reported by Screen Rant, the MMA Fighter indicated that she will be joining the Amazon warriors in three weeks in the same location they shot "Wonder Woman." With the said movie recently released and no reports of a sequel at the moment, this heavily indicates the inclusion of more scenes from Themyscira in "Justice League."
Additionally, Antiope was tagged on the Instagram post, which is playing an integral role in "Justice League." A previous trailer also has big baddie Steppenwolf, facing the Amazons, further warranting additional filming.
This, however, is just one possibility, as another movie could benefit from the additional filming other than "Justice League." According to Slash Film, James Wan was found scouting some places in Italy to use as the location for the "Aquaman" movie. With the ancient background of the Atlanteans and Themyscarians, Aquaman and Wonder Woman may have some scenes together in Wan's 2018 DC movie.
Whedon took over the directorial roles from Zack Snyder, who had to leave "Justice League" due to the death of her daughter last May. As the first edit of the DC film was deemed "unwatchable" by the test audience, the former Marvel director had to make many changes to make "Justice League" optimistic and less gritty.
"Justice League" stars Ben Affleck as the caped crusader Batman, Gal Gadot reprising her role as Wonder Woman, Ezra Miller as Flash, Jason Mamoa as Aquaman, Ray Fisher as Cyborg and Henry Cavill returning as Superman.
The "Justice League" will team up on November 2017.