On Wednesday 8th November Film and TV Now were lucky enough to attend the press night of DC’s Justice League Exhibition, which opened to the public on the 9th and 10th of November at The College, Southampton Row.
Upon arrival, we started our tour of the Justice League Exhibition. We were blown away by the designs in each room, the props and costumes (which were used in the actual film!)
The exhibition has five different rooms, each inspired by characters in the Justice League. These are Batman, Cyborg, The Flash, Wonder Woman and Aquaman. Each room features something unique, from intricate drawings, to computer animations, to screens you can control without touching them. The Batman room even allows guests to star in their very own bullet time video, a visual effect which aims to detach time and space of a camera from its subject, using several cameras which capture at the same time.
It’s a technique used in The Matrix, for example, so it’s very cool to take part in!
The result is a video sent straight to your inbox of you trying to catch a batarang, with Batman himself standing behind you. Where else can you get that?!
The exhibition overall was immersive, interesting and a great experience for any film lover or superhero fan, and certainly does its job of creating excitement for the release of Justice League.
JUSTICE LEAGUE hits cinemas November 17th.