DC Films and Warner Bros. are back into the production of “Justice League.” Den of Geek confirms that reshoots will begin in June 2017, and conclude in August 2017.

Following the intense and disappointing reactions to both “Suicide Squad” and “Batman V Superman,” the studio planned to reshoot several action sequences of the movie before it hits the global cinemas on November 17, 2017. A Warner Bros. spokesperson reveals that there will be no additional photography on the movie, and only a few scenes are planned to reshoot. It’s more than common for a mega-budget film like “Justice League” to undergo some pickups before it hits theaters.

The superhero film

“Justice League” is a highly-anticipated Hollywood movie based on the DC Comics character of the same name. Zack Snyder has directed the film, while Chris Terrio writes its story and dialogues. The film features an ensemble cast, including William Dafoe, Ezra Miller, Ben Affleck, Jason Momoa, Gal Gadot, Connie Nielsen, Jeremy Iron, Henry Cavill, and Diana Lane.

The film was first announced in August 2014 with Terrio on board as screenplay writer and Snyder to co-produce and direct. Production commenced on April 11, 2016, and concluded on October 14, 2016. “Justice League” will be released in IMAX 3D, DVD, and 2D formats. Immediately after the events of “Batman v Superman,” Bruce and Diana assemble a group consisting of Allen, Stone, and Curry.

They aim to defeat Steppenwolf as he is threatening to destroy the city.

With production delays continued until July 2009, Warner Bros. announced that it would focus on the development of one movie at a time. Previously, the studio was busy in filming a “Batman” trilogy and “The Dark Knight Rises” simultaneously. As a result, the shooting for “Justice League” was delayed for several months.

In 2012, Warner Bros. vice president Gregory Noveck revealed that they would first complete production of “Justice League,” followed by the new “Batman” movie and “The Dark Knight Rises,” which are expected to release in 2019 and 2020, respectively.

A television film of the same name

Fans will be surprised to know that a television film titled “Justice League of America” premiered on CBS in 1997.

It is directed by Felix Enriquez Alcala, based on a team of fictional DC Comics heroes. The cast includes Matthew Settle, Kimberly Oja, John Kassir, Michelle Hurd, Kenny Johnston, David Krumholtz, and Elisa Donovan.

“Justice League of America” has never been renewed for new episodes due to its poor ratings. Bootleg copies are distributed through a range of websites, and file sharing networks.