'Justice League' latest news: Team to reportedly pay a visit to Arkham Asylum; Henry Cavill sends out thoughtful gifts to crew

"Justice League" hits the theatres in November 2017
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Henry Cavill arrives for the European Premiere of "Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice" in Leicester Square in London, Britain, March 22, 2016. Reuters/Luke MacGregor

While the upcoming “Justice League” movie already has DC fans hyped for its release in November, there is definitely a lot going on behind the cameras. There are new speculations that say viewers could be taken on a trip to a dark and familiar location. There also are reports that Superman’s charm extends to those manning technicalities from behind the camera to make this huge project possible.

Team Visits Gotham's Scariest Location

According to Dark Horizons, the upcoming “Justice League” film will take the audience on a short trip to somewhere very familiar for DC fans -- Arkham Asylum. In the final cut of “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice,” Lex Luthor was seen being sent to Arkham, making this is a logical follow up considering that Jesse Eisenberg has been confirmed to return for his role.

What could be DC’s biggest project yet could include a visit to this place and several extras are reportedly being cast to play prison guards. Arkham Asylum could be considered one of the darkest locations in Gotham because of the history it holds. It is also home to many of the deadliest villains in DC.

Henry Cavill Gets Generous With "Justice League" Staff

In other news, Batman News reports that Superman actor Henry Cavill was thoughtful enough to give out some gifts to the crew of the upcoming “Justice League” movie. This, however, is not entirely new, as Cavill has always made it a habit to give presents to the production team in movies where he stars. In “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice,” the actor reportedly gave out nifty commemorative coins to the staff.

For the “Justice League” team, Cavill sent out a group photo and a metal Justice League logo. He also included a note that said that it had been quite the battle to shoot the movie, but he could not imagine better people to have struggled with. The note also gives thanks for the hard work and tenacity that the crew showed. All these were revealed by an Instagram post by a crew member of “Justice League.”


Nice little crew gift in the post today. Thank you Henry :) #jl #justiceleague #thankyou #henrycavill #bts #crew @henrycavill

A photo posted by sherice griffiths (@sherice.g) on Jan 6, 2017 at 4:07am PST

The movie is set to hit the theatres in November 2017. It stars Cavill as Superman, Ben Affleck as Batman, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Ezra Miller as The Flash and Jason Momoa as Aquaman.

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