It's no secret at this point that Justice League went through a lot of behind-the-scenes changes as it made its way through post-production. After principal photography had wrapped, director Zack Snyder left the project to deal with family concerns, and Joss Whedon was brought in as a "second unit director" to conduct significant reshoots and make big changes to the blockbuster. Fans were made aware of this through the news cycle over the last year or so, but even if we hadn't heard all those stories, we'd still know that a lot of changes were made. How? Because there is a lot of stuff that exists in the trailers but not in the theatrical cut of the movie.

Combing through all of the footage that has been released since San Diego Comic-Con 2016, we've picked out all of the moments that weren't actually featured in Justice League, and using context clues have tried to figure out why they were cut. Some are big, and some are tiny, but each one is interesting in its own right. Read on to learn more about each one!

More Of Bruce Wayne In Iceland

Early reports suggested that the original cut of Justice League was nearing three hours long, but the one that's in theaters clocks in around two. When this kind of cut down happens, it usually means both cutting significant sub-plots as well as "trimming the fat," and it looks like this example falls into the latter category. The first official trailer for the film features a lot more of Bruce Wayne trekking through Iceland to try and find Arthur Curry a.k.a. Aquaman, including camping out on a barren tundra with a horse. In the finished movie, this sequence is basically just cut down to Bruce coming over a ridge on the port where he finds his target... which is really all you ultimately need.

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