JUSTICE LEAGUE's Second Deleted Superman Scene Has Leaked Online - "I'm Assuming You're Alfred?"

JUSTICE LEAGUE's Second Deleted Superman Scene Has Leaked Online - "I'm Assuming You're Alfred?"

Another deleted scene from Justice League has leaked online, & it's the moment we glimpsed in the second trailer. We also have the final shot of the first scene, which echoes a moment from Man of Steel...

By MarkCassidy - Feb 12, 2018 09:02 PM EST
Filed Under: Justice League
As we expected, the second Superman deleted scene from Justice League is the extended version of Clark meeting Alfred that was first glimpsed in one of the early trailers.

The full sequence sees a newly suited-up Supes arriving at Bruce Wayne's Lake-house to find Alfred working on a car. Fans should get a kick out of Batman's loyal butler greeting the iconic hero as "Master Kent" here!

In addition, we have the end of that first officially released scene, which features Superman stepping out of the Kryptonian ship in a moment that recalls a similarly stirring shot from Man of Steel.

They're not great quality, but check 'em out below and we'll update as soon as clearer versins become available.

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NinnesMBC - 2/12/2018, 10:03 PM
Highflyer - 2/12/2018, 10:04 PM
I'm done defending these mofos.
Ragnarocknroll - 2/12/2018, 10:04 PM
Man, they could've put these in. I wasn't the biggest fan of JL but more good Superman in the film would've been a plus.
SteveBosell - 2/13/2018, 9:45 AM
@Ragnarocknroll - Thank WB for their genius "keep the film under 2 hours" goal.
NoMeaning45 - 2/12/2018, 10:07 PM
When that Zimmer theme hits you just right...

BabyBaboons - 2/12/2018, 11:14 PM
@NoMeaning45 - This scene is clearly directed by Snyder, as there is no mustache/CGI mouth displayed here. But why cut it out? They wanted Superman to be a hopeful Supes, and this scene shows him being that. They could’ve kept this in and cut out some of the other Whedon reshot scenes. And I don’t blame Joss entirely either. He was doing what he was told to do.
boiling - 2/13/2018, 2:11 AM
@BabyBaboons - so yea I can blame Whedon for being a marionette instead of saying; go eff yourself Warner for using my name.
MosquitoFarmer - 2/12/2018, 10:10 PM
Enjoyed Justice League quite a damn bit and have watched it several times. Still would rather have seen the version that Snyder intended.
("Which doesn't exist by the way...")
Binker - 2/12/2018, 10:15 PM
Spread the hashtags:
#Superman #JusticeLeague #ReleaseTheSnyderCut
bkmeijer2 - 2/13/2018, 12:46 AM
@Binker - aint gonna happen
Binker - 2/13/2018, 1:12 AM
@MalseMarcel - It has to
Doomsday8888 - 2/12/2018, 10:18 PM
Master Kent....wow...ok...Just like in the comics.
F*ck, why cut this scene? :(
Chewtoy - 2/12/2018, 10:39 PM
@Doomsday8888 - It’s pretty much what @OmegaRugel said... the studio insisted that the final film be under 2 hours.

Anything not part of a vital story point was potentially on the chopping block, and then it was probably just a matter of what worked best for the flow of the larger film and the scenes around it. Snyder likes to shoot these kinds of scenes, but even if Whedon really liked them as well the studio mandate for the final cut doesn’t really favor the pace of these kinds of moments.
boiling - 2/13/2018, 2:13 AM
@Chewtoy - yea than cut this „russian“ family crap nonsense and you got some 10 minutes extra time for relevant shit.
SisterSunday52 - 2/13/2018, 3:44 AM
@Chewtoy - That was the same problem with their treatment of Batman v Superman. They DO NOT KNOW what is important to the film and what's not. There are scenes in the Ultimate Edition of Batman v Superman, where Clark Kent is visiting the house of the woman who blamed him for the situation in Africa. He finds her gone, but then he learns of Batman and starts investigating him. The Theatrical Edition cut all that out and focused on Clark wanting to do a story about Batman. That's fine, but there is no context for why he is investigating Batman or what it has to do with him. He comes off as a hypocrite, but with those scenes added in, as well as the scene where the woman is talking about how she wants to ask Superman how he decides which lives count, and which ones do not, we learn that he does care about what happened. He does care what people are saying about what happened and he wants to make amends for it by preventing Batman from doing the same thing.

With these deleted scenes, and so many more, cut from Justice League, the film is incomplete. It's a disjointed mess of scenes glued together to be ready in time for theatrical release. These scenes may seem random or irrelevant, but if you combine them with other missing scenes, or if you reference them with previous films, there is a strong possibility that they are vital to the story being told. I imagine there is so much more, that wasn't released on the Blu Ray, that the studio thought was irrelevant, but served a much bigger purpose.
CamtonoOfBeskar - 2/13/2018, 4:01 AM
@boiling - Exactly!! The Russian family was such Bullshit.

Parademons spent half the movie trying to get into that rickety shack FFS!!!
boiling - 2/13/2018, 8:25 AM
@Primordiac - I know right?! Most ridiculous subplot. After saving spacehorses while finding superhacker in that other flick 😶🤭🤯🙄
killswitch311 - 2/13/2018, 8:47 AM
@SisterSunday52 - I agree with you 110%.. I enjoyed the Ultimate Edition very much. It filled in many gaps and emotional tones that totally missed the mark on the theatrical version. It's a shame that their editing is such a problem...which is ridiculous since WB has had their skin in the superhero movie game for decades now. You would think they would have a better post production system that highlights these moments for comic fans but also keeps the movie's story flowing for the entire audience.
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