Here's how much of Justice League is from Joss Whedon's reshoots

Credit Courtesy JASON MOMOA as Aquaman in Warner Bros

Credit Courtesy JASON MOMOA as Aquaman in Warner Bros

Those reshoots and their impact on the movie have become a central talking point for fans and we've spent a long time speculating about what the final film will look like. Bringing in Joss Whedon - famous for his involvement in the success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe - fit that debate agenda perfectly. "That imprint that Joss had, some aspect of it is going to come out in the direction, but the actors are already pretty much down the road on their arcs", Roven said.

If I had to guess, Whedon's work will show through most in character dialogue - that's kind of what he's known for. The producer then put lingering questions to rest and stated that "80 [to] 85 percent of the movie is what was originally shot", and that the other 15 to 20 percent is reshot footage.

The cast have consistently reiterated that the film is Zack Snyder's, and that Joss Whedon simply wrapped it up, and added a few finishing touches in line with Snyder's overall vision.

Obviously these are still rather arbitrary numbers without him going in and actually calculating screentime (if that's even possible on this type of Frankenstein movie), but it sounds like Whedon came in and batted clean-up while injecting his own trademark charm into the movie. The tone has been lightened to distance the movie from the "grimdark" (side note: can we do away with this baby-talk term now?) affectation of Batman v Superman.

The goal is to make sure when you're watching the movie, it all feels cohesive. "There's only so much you can do with the other 15, 20 percent of the movie". As much as 20 percent of the current cut of the film consists of the reshoots. It has to reflect Zack Snyder's vision, otherwise it would feel disjointed. There have been rumors about reshoots upon reshoots upon reshoots, and given the directorial change from Zack Snyder to Joss Whedon earlier this year (due to a family tragedy for Snyder), you can hardly blame these rumors from escalating. Though Rumors once swirled that Whedon was giving the movie's tone a complete facelift, star Gal Gadot shot down that speculation, saying that Whedon was simply "fine-tuning" Justice League.