Warner Bros. recently came out with a fresh trailer for "Justice League" during last weekend's San Diego Comic-Con. Get to know what else fans can expect from the movie featuring DC's biggest heroes.

According to Comic Book, Variety mentioned that the reshoots going underway cost up to a whopping $25 million. Although, it was mentioned that Warner Bros. is hoping to stay away from extensive disapproval that followed its last offering, "Suicide Squad." Reshoots are said to last for about a week or two.

What's the deal with Superman's mustache?

Now, one of the biggest factors for the reshoots was that the "Justice League" had to reshoot because of Superman (Henry Cavill).

No, there is no unexpected plot twist or anything to that extent.

The actor has another project, "Mission: Impossible 6." Cavill was required to grow a thick mustache and was not allowed to shave it off until production finishes. Here's some tweets about it:

Reshoots galore?

Ezra Miller ,who plays the Flash, is also on-call and had to simultaneously work in another blockbuster's production, “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.” In the film's first installment released November of last year, Miller was seen as Credence Barebone, Mary Lou Barebone’s (Samantha Morton) anxious and mysterious adopted son.

The good news for Miller is, “Fantastic Beasts” is also from the same studio, Warner Bros. Reportedly, it has made Miller available for both projects without any issues.

For the other main characters in the "Justice League" movie, Ben Affleck (Bruce Wayne, Batman) and Gal Gadot (Diana Prince, Wonder Woman), they are readily available for reshoots since they are not currently working on other projects, Variety added.

Another main concern is: to whom does directing credit go to? Zach Snyder and Joss Whedon - or just Snyder with Whedon being credited as screenwriter?

Fingers crossed, "Justice League" will be a good movie

What else could fans hope for but a movie that would deliver some kick-ass action - with all the anticipation it has built, right?

I was personally "okay" with "Suicide Squad", probably because Killer Croc was my favorite. But for "Wonder Woman," it scored points for highlighting Feminist matters - sadly, I strongly felt that it could have been a little better.

I hope "Justice League" will pack a punch and pull through for Warner Bros. I'm still watching it regardless, because of Jason Momoa.