JUSTICE LEAGUE: PART ONE's Cinematographer Revealed

JUSTICE LEAGUE: PART ONE's Cinematographer Revealed

JUSTICE LEAGUE: PART ONE's Cinematographer Revealed

It seems Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice's Larry Fong won't be able to return as cinematographer for Justice League: Part One. Find out who's replacing him behind the camera on...'The Justice League(?)'

Longtime Zack Snyder cinematographer Larry Fong is not returning for work on Justice League: Part One after working with Zack on Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.  Fong and Snyder have also previously worked together on 300, Watchmen and Sucker Punch.  Replacing Fong is Fabian Wagner, best known for working on Game of Thrones and Da Vinci's Demons.  Though there was certainly nothing wrong with Dawn of Justice's visual aesthetic, perhaps there'll be some stylistic changes with a new cinematographer?

Also of interest is the fact that his agency lists the project as The Justice League. Could this be the actual title of the film?

Justice League: Part One will be directed by Zack Snyder from a script written by Chris Terrio.  Henry Cavill stars as Superman, Ben Affleck plays Batman, Gal Gadot is Wonder Woman, Jason Momoa is Aquaman, Ezra Miller is The Flash and Ray Fisher is Cyborg.  J.K. Simmons is also expected to appear as Commissioner Gordon, along with Amy Adams, who'll be reprising her role as Lois Lane and Amber Heard, who'll be making her debut as Mera.  The film will be released on November 17, 2017.

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