Joss Whedon Says Justice League Opening Song Choice Was His
Justice League‘s opening credits song was one of the additions that Joss Whedon made to the film, according to Whedon himself. Whedon received co-screeenwriting credit for his efforts on the movie, which he oversaw the reshoots for after director Zack Snyder stepped away from the project.
Justice League opens with a rather dour montage, exploring the fallout of the death of Superman in Batman v. Superman. During this montage, the sounds of Norwegian pop star Sigrid can be heard, covering Leonard Cohen’s “Everybody Knows”. It’s a sequence that seems perfectly in line with Snyder’s darker vision of the DC Films universe, going back to 2013’s Man of Steel. Yet on his Twitter ...
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