DC's "Justice League" is just around the corner and will hit theaters this November, but the film won't hit box offices without some challenges. Zack Snyder, who directed the film up until this year, has stepped down and handed over the reins to Joss Whedon, who is tasked to see the project to its completion. It's a heavy task, but one that isn't unfamiliar for Whedon, who helmed "Avengers: Age of Ultron." As the project nears its release date, many are wondering just how many changes Whedon will make to Snyder's original vision. Rumors of massive reshoots have flown since Whedon got on board, but thankfully, "Wonder Woman" and "Justice League" star Gal Gadot has clarified what is really going on between the handover from Snyder to Whedon.

Gal Gadot opens up about 'Justice League' direction

"Wonder Woman" is arguably the best film to hit theaters this year. It has earned over $800 million at the worldwide box office and "Justice League" would probably be happy to earn a half of that, given their assumed budget of over $100 million. Gal Gadot recently spoke to Rolling Stone, commenting on joss whedon's inheritance of the film from Zack Snyder. She said, "Joss, to my understanding, was Zack's choice to finish the movie. And the tone can't be completely different because the movie was already shot. Joss is just fine-tuning." This should put fans worries aside, given that rumors of massive reshoots and changes in direction have circulated when Whedon went on board to help finish the film.

Film features a lesser-known superhero

When "Justice League" hits theaters this November, fans will get to know Cyborg, who may be more familiar with comic book fans. In the film, Cyborg or Victor Stone as he's normally called, is played by Ray Fisher. Victor was a former athlete turned cybernetic human. The upcoming film will touch on Victor's back story, specifically his relationship with his father, Silas Stone, played by Joe Morton.

Recently, Morton opened up about what exactly viewers will get to see in the upcoming superhero film.

Victor and Silas Stone not in good terms

According to Cinemablend, Joe Morton hinted at the intricacies of Victor and Silas Stone's father-and-son relationship. He said, "With Cyborg, and with Silas Stone, you're getting sort of the outside story.

You'll get to know them vis-a-vis the death of Cyborg's mother. You'll get to know what Silas did in terms of reconstructing his son. You'll get to know the angst that's sort of created between Silas and Victor, his son."

"Justice League" hits theaters on November 17.