TV & FILM
brian-mcgee - October 23, 2017
I've been dreading the running time reveal for Justice League. Zack Snyder couldn't contain Batman and Superman in under two and a half hours, and both of Joss Whedon's Avengers outings were north of two hours and twenty minutes. Yet somehow, believe it or not, we're staring down the barrel of the shortest movie in the DCEU to date.
If you're doing the math, that means it's shorter than Suicide Squad—the current shortest movie in the DCEU—which ran two hours and three minutes. Justice League actually clocks in two minutes SHORTER than that at 121 minutes, with several major cinema chains like AMC and Regal making the running time public when they placed advance tickets on sale.
As for that picture up there of a bunch of Amazonians posing with the Batmobile, Zack Snyder shared it on social media with zero context, leaving us to wonder if Bruce Wayne rolls up in Themyscira and talks some of the ladies into an impromptu photoshoot for Maxim Magazine. Because Justice League is set in 1998 apparently.