This week the Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood opened its doors and revved up its cart engines to welcome DC mega fans as they got a private look at the studio's newest addition to DC Universe: The Exhibit.
The Justice League has landed at the WB Archive Museum and fans can get an up-close and personal look at authentic costumes and props straight from the Justice League film set. On Tuesday, a select group of media influencers got a private look at the exhibit, along with a DC-centric tour of the Warner Bros. lot.
Each costume displayed is set in its own vignette representing the character's origin story.
Visiting media influencer Jenna Busch posted some great shots:
It's a meeting of the Leagues. Who would win?
Ben Pearson of SlashFilm shared his thoughts on the exhibit:
After spending time in the museum, guests were loaded into carts and given tours of WB's historic backlot.
Later, the group toured the WB Prop Department where an eye-popping amount of knick-knacks and home decor are on display, including some studio treasures such as Jack Warner's leather-bound Oscar-winning scripts.
The tour also included a trip to every gearhead's dream: the "Bat Cave," where several iterations of Bat Mobiles are on display, as well as the Joker's Lamborghini from Suicide Squad. (We won't give away any trivia tidbits behind Joker's metallic fuschia car. You'll have to take a tour yourself to find out.)
The tour concludes at Stage 48, where "Friends" can fuel up and take a break at Central Perk.