Justice League might not be getting the best reviews for a variety of reasons, but one CGI-gaffe is proving to be a huge sore spot for viewers of the film: Superman's ridiculously CGI'ed-out mustache. I mean look at this thing, it's so funny you just can't look at it without thinking someone made a bad call.
The British actor was simultaneously filming Mission: Impossible 6, when he was called in to perform reshoots for Justice League. Now multiple shoots happen with actors all the time, the problem is, however, that Paramount wanted him to keep his character's stache on the film. Meaning that it needed to be digitally removed for the DC superhero bonanza. That meant a lot of the updated scenes had this monstrosity in it.
Some found it hilarious that one of the first things viewers were greeted with when the film opens is an awkward-faced Cavill. Probably wasn't the best way to start off.
It looked really, really bad.
Almost as bad as this Photoshop job.
DC fans pointed out old school techniques for covering the stache, like Adam West Batman's Joker.
And once you see how much Warner Bros. spent to remove the mustache...it might make you sick.
Of course, the memes started rolling in.
Some people respected Paramount for screwing Warner Bros. over so hard.
While others just wanted to know why the heck Superman couldn't have had a mustache in the movie in the first place?
I, for one, would've welcomed mustache Superman. And if for some reason only some of the scenes featured Superman with a mustache and some without, just show a scene of Wonder Woman commenting that he should grow a stache and voila. Problem solved.
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