Henry Cavill played Superman in three movies, his last being 2017's "Justice League".
23 Dec – Zack Snyder has recently taken to social media to share a never-before-seen photo from a deleted scene of the 2017 DC Comics superhero film, "Justice League".
According to Heroic Hollywood, the photo, which was posted on the filmmaker's Vero account, shows The Flash (Ezra Miller) moving Superman's casket through the Scout Ship 0344.One also notices Superman suit casually floating in the air in the background.
He captioned the photo, "The ship can feel his presence".
Snyder gets fans excited with an image of The Flash moving Superman's casket
(Photo source: Heroic Hollywood).
No further details were revealed as to why The Flash was moving the casket, since this particular scene was from Snyder's version of "Justice League".
It is noted that Snyder stepped down to deal with the death of his daughter in 2017 and was replaced by Joss Whedon, who was hired to oversee the remainder of the film and added his own additional scenes.
Fans who saw the photo stated that the original cut could actually give audiences explanation about Superman's resurrection. Many also expressed their hope that the Snyder Cut, as Snyder's unreleased version of "Justice League" has come to be known, would be released by Warner Bros in the future.
"Justice League", released in 2017, stars Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Ezra Miller, Jason Momoa and Jeremy Irons. The movie picks up following the event of Superman's death, with Batman and Wonder Woman attempting to unite other metahumans to defeat their nemesis, Steppenwolf.