After months of filming in London and Iceland, DC Films' huge superhero crossover Justice League has finally wrapped shooting. There's sure to be some reshoots in the future like most blockbusters do, but for now the cast and crew can just sit back and let Zack Snyder and his editors do the hard part. Jason Momoa decided to share how he's chosen to celebrate, and it involves alcohol and his buddy, Ben Affleck. Check it out below.
That's a picture of Ben Affleck and Jason Momoa, otherwise known as Batman and Aquaman, enjoying some celebratory drinks together. Momoa shared the image through his Instagram account with a caption claiming that Justice League had wrapped filming. It looks like the two were enjoying a couple nice cold glasses of beer to relax after finishing what had to be a pretty physically draining shot (stunt work will do that to you). It looks like Momoa is having a great time, while Affleck remains stoically pleased.
It sounds like everyone got along pretty well on set, which is always what you want to hear. There was certainly enough negativity going into Justice League after the divisive film that was Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. It's nice to know that everyone involved remained positive and upbeat while the internet was having doubts about the direction the DC Expanded Universe was going. Those doubts are still around, but Wonder Woman and eventually Justice League itself could turn the tables and become the first critically well-received films of the DCEU.
In the picture, Jason Momoa and Ben Affleck are pouring back a few Guinnesses and some Highland Park whiskey. It looks like Momoa knows how to celebrate, but maybe we should've guessed that given his what his Aquaman can do:
Justice League will be the first time the DC super team has ever been seen in a live action film. Featuring an A-list cast of DC superheroes, Justice League will see Batman (Ben Affleck) and Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) recruit Aquaman, the Flash (Ezra Miller) and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) in order to combat an alien invasion from a mysterious enemy named Steppenwolf. The team must vanquish Steppenwolf from finding three Mother Boxes, with which he could use to take over the world. The film is directed by Zack Snyder with a script penned by Chris Terrio.
Justice League is scheduled to hit theaters on November 17, 2017.