Plenty of movies have reshoots after primary filming is completed. Not many have the problems "Justice League" is reportedly facing. Warner Bothers is said to be spending $25-million on more than two months of reshooting. Variety reports that normally, production companies spend between $6 and $10-million for a week or two of additional filming.
Aside from the cost and time, producers of "Justice League" have to worry about competing schedules of some of the most in demand actors. While Ezra Miller is filming the "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" sequel, Henry Cavill is working on the next "Mission: Impossible" installment. As it turns out, that role is causing a real headache.
Cavill grew a mustache for his "Mission: Impossible" character, but has to jump between that role and Super Man. Now Warner Brothers will have to digitally remove Cavill's 'stache.
As of now, "Justice League" is still expected to hit theaters on November 17th. "M:I 6 - Mission Impossible," complete with Henry Cavill's mustache, are slated to premiere July 2018.