‘Wonder Woman’ Amazon actors return to Themiscyra for shoot, may be for ‘Justice League’
DC’s “Justice League” movie might still be on its reshooting saga despite its November release date approaching fast.
After taking the mantle from director Zack Snyder, Joss Whedon has carried out rewrites, though delays were encountered due to scheduling conflicts among the main cast.
But it seems there’s still some way to go, and more elements from Wonder Woman may be added after the movie’s positive reception.
A stunt performer from “Wonder Woman” and former MMA fighter Madeleine Vall Beijner shared a post on Instagram that hints at this direction:
In less than three weeks I will be reunited with these badass amazon warriors again!! 👊🏼⚔️ Also, in Themiscyra (Italy) at the same location where we were shooting the movie #WONDERWOMAN.🎥🌴 Can’t wait to go back! Can’t wait to see you guys @hayleyjanewarnes @harijamespt !! ❤️❤️ #wonderwomanmovie #amazon #warrior #queensguard #antiope #crew #soldier #general #captain #themiscyra #italy #warnerbros #training #stuntactor #stunt #horseriding #fighter ✈️
“In less than three weeks I will be reunited with these badass amazon warriors again!” she writes in a picture with crossfit athlete Hari James and cyclist Hayley Jane Warnes who also appeared in the film.
However, it appears only a select few of the warriors will be on set, as Warnes commented, “Wish the rest of the squad were coming, too!”
Beijner also mentions that the location will be in Italy, the live location of Themiscyra, Diana Prince’s home island.
The additional scenes with the Amazons may be linked to those seen in the latest trailer released at the San Diego Comic Convention, which centered more on Wonder Woman’s role in the Justice League.
It also showed a clip of the villain, revealed as Steppenwolf, landing on the island among the Amazons.
Connie Nielsen, who plays Queen Hippolyta, and Robin Wright, who acts as General Antiope have mentioned that they will also make an appearance in “Justice League”.
According to Batman News, “Aquaman” is also set to film in Italy. JB
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