JUSTICE LEAGUE Tops Blu-Ray/DVD Disc Sales Chart; Check Out Over 30 Never-Before-Seen Images

JUSTICE LEAGUE Tops Blu-Ray/DVD Disc Sales Chart; Check Out Over 30 Never-Before-Seen Images

JUSTICE LEAGUE Tops Blu-Ray/DVD Disc Sales Chart; Check Out Over 30 Never-Before-Seen Images

Justice League may not have fared very well during its theatrical release, but the Zack Snyder-helmed DC flick is now sitting at the top of the DVD/Blu-ray sales chart. Check out some brand new images...

Zack Snyder's Justice League is now officially the lowest-grossing entry in Warner Bros.' DC Films Universe yet, but the uperhero team-up flick might just find a new lease of life on the home release market.

According to Variety, Justice League topped the batch of new releases that debuted in the top 20 of the national home video sales charts, coming in at #1 on both the NPD VideoScan overall disc sales chart, which tracks combined DVD and Blu-ray Disc unit sales, and the dedicated Blu-ray Disc chart.

The film also knocked last week's top seller, Marvel's Thor: Ragnarok, down to #2.

In related news, a huge batch of never-before-seen images from the movie popped up over at Chinese social network site Weibo. There's a mixture of stills, behind-the-scenes shots and promotional photos of the cast sporting their characters' costumes.

You'll find 10 of the best below, but click HERE to check out the rest.

To view the images all at once, simply click on the VIEW LIST (ONE PAGE) button below!

Bruce Wayne And Alfred

What appears to be a tense moment between Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) and his loyal "butler" Alfred (Jeremy Irons).

More scenes between these two would always be welcome, as Irons' excellent take on the classic Batman character ensures that he emerges as a very memorable addition to the team, and the movie as a whole.

Michael Caine's incarnation will remain the definitive Alfred for most fans, but here's hoping Irons gets the opportunity to do even more with his interpretation in another solo Batman outing at some point.

Lois And Clark

A very nice shot of Lois Lane (Amy Adams) and the newly resurrected Clark Kent (Henry Cavill) on his family farm that never made it into the final cut.

Unfortunately, Lois didn't get nearly enough to do in Justice League but her small role was a vital one, as she's the "big gun" Batman brings in to remind the newly resurrected - and very pissed off - Superman of who he really is.

Wonder Woman

Gal Gadot gives us the "WW" sign here in an awesome new behind-the-scenes snap.

Gadot followed up her star-making turn in Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman with another knockout performance as a more world-weary, but no less heroic Diana, who still hasn't fully come to terms with the loss of Steve Trevor and is reluctant to put others in the line of fire as a result.

For many, she emerged as the highlight of the film.

Queen Hippolyta

A BTS shot of Connie Nielsen (Queen Hippolyta) and her equine pal.

Nielsen debuted as Hippolyta in the Wonder Woman movie before reprising the role for Justice League. Though she wasn't in either film all that much, she certainly made an impression, and was involved in arguably the best action sequence in JL as she attempted to keep a mother box out of Steppenwolf's clutches.

Though not yet confirmed, it's presumed that Nielsen will return for Wonder Woman 2.

The Flash

An unused publicity shot of Ezra Miller having some fun with his Flash costume.

The Flash was primarily used as comic relief in Justice League, and while not every joke landed, Miller's endearing, wide-eyed performance as Barry Allen ensured that he emerged as a fan-favorite.

Some were disappointed that we didn't get to see more of the character before Batman came knocking, but hopefully the Flashpoint movie will rectify that.

Batman's BvS Armor

A shot of Batman's battle-damaged mech-armor from Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice.

Apparently, the Blu-ray special features explain that Bruce Wayne keeps the remnants of the suit around as a recollection of his failures in dealing with Superman, and a constant reminder not to repeat his past mistakes.


Another publicity photo, this time of Henry Cavill as The Man of Steel.

Despite his limited screen-time, Superman was the most memorable character in Justice League for many - and not just because of his godawful CG gob.

Cavill did a fine job as both an intimidating and very dangerous Last Son of Krypton, and as the far more affable Big Blue Boy-scout that fans of the classic interpretation of the character have been hoping to see.

Arthur Curry

Jason Momoa as the civilian alter-ego of Aquaman, Arthur Curry.

The King of Atlantis certainly had his moments in Justice League (the lasso of truth gag is probably one of the funniest parts of the movie), but many felt that ol' Arthur got the short end of the stick when it came to character development, and there's no doubt that a few additional introductory scenes would have helped a lot.

Hopefully, the solo Aquaman movie capitalises on this character's potential.

Jim Gordon

J.K. Simmons as the latest incarnation of Batman's trusted ally, Commissioner Jim Gordon.

Gordon only pops up in 3 short scenes in Justice League, and although there's plenty of potential there (it is J.K. Simmons, after all) we're going to need to see a lot more of him before we're able to get a proper read on this take on the popular character.

With a bit of luck, Simmons will return for The Batman.

Cyborg And The Flash

Cyborg (Ray Stevens) and The Flash (Ezra Miller) clowning around between takes.

These two formed a very entertaining double-act of sorts in Justice League, and shared a few funny scenes together.

Cyborg was a part of one of the early Flashpoint drafts, but with all the changes that project has gone through since, the character could well end up being cut from the movie altogether.
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