'Justice League Part 1' movie update: Iconic Hall of Justice teases possible inclusion before big November film release

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Following the blockbuster debut of "Wonder Woman" starring Gal Gadot, most are now eager to see "Justice League Part 1" when it rolls out this November 2017. The latest on the movie is that there have been major reshoots at Cardington Studios in Bedfordshire, England. Some interesting shots have been reportedly taken.

Courtesy of DC World, set photos emerged on Twitter showing a red car, multiple vehicles, gargoyles and a familiar structure bearing resemblance to the iconic Hall of Justice. For those who have followed the animated series and comic books, the Hall of Justice is the home of the Justice League.

The Hall of Justice is best remembered for the Super Friends. It was also used in Justice League of America in 2007 before other headquarters such as the Watch Tower were introduced in modern renditions of the Justice League.

For "Justice League Part 1," it may be tough to see Batman (Ben Affleck), Superman (Henry Cavill), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), The Flash (Ezra Miller), Aquaman (Jason Momoa) and Cyborg (Ray Fisher) converging at the purported Hall of Justice. Similar to the animated series, there will be lots of travel based on the trailer. If so, the best time to see the Hall of Justice would be by the end of the film, introduced as their official headquarters moving forward. 

Seeing the Hall of Justice (or Watch Tower, as some suggest), there are other things to consider. There is Tim Burton's "Dumbo" set, a structure that can be used as a prop. Either way, seeing the Hall of Justice on "Justice League Part 1" makes sense but perhaps best on subsequent films. Work may not be as extensive considering the heroes will be busy flying off and fighting crime and villains in different locations.

Hence, assuming that the Hall of Justice will actually house the DC superheroes, it may be put to more extensive use for "Justice League Part Two" set for June 14, 2019. As for the spotted construction, the facade is likely for the initial instalment. If so, could there be new heroes joining the main ones in the sequel?