For those who have already seen 'Justice League', it's obvious that the big screen DC Extended Universe release is one of the funniest films, if not THE funniest to come from DC Films. Though it's a story that sees the team tackling Steppenwolf and his army of Parademons who are intent on wreaking havoc across the planet, there are actually plenty of times we get laughs from the picture.

Ezra Miller as Barry Allen, aka The Flash in 'Justice League'Ezra Miller as Barry Allen, aka The Flash in 'Justice League'

Bringing together Batman (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Superman (Henry Cavill), Cyborg (Ray Fisher), Aquaman (Jason Momoa) and The Flash (Ezra Miller) for the first time, it was clear from early teases that all of their dualling personalities would mean they'd be a team that found it a little harder than most to get along. Still, they'd have to put their differences aside if they were to save the world, leading to hilarious results.

According to Miller, there  was even more fun to be had on the set than fans saw in the film's final cut; especially for the Dark Knight and his fishy friend.

Speaking with GameSpot, the actor revealed: "There’s a line that I miss from the film, that I wish was in there, [Aquaman] throws that thing against the wall in the Batcave, and [Batman’s] original line was–I think now he just says, ‘Hey. Don’t do that.’ But the original line was, ‘Hey. Don’t do that. A lot of my s**t explodes."

There are a number of reasons as to why the joke may have been taken out of the final picture, but the most obvious is that Warner Bros. President Kevin Tsuhijara requested the film be under two hours long. Lines like this may have pushed it over that limit. It's also possible that the rating for the movie may have been affected because of the use of the word "s**t".

Whatever the case may be, we imagine that when 'Justice League' comes to home release, there will be a slew of special features included. Scenes such as this one could see the light of day either through a director's cut of the movie, or bonus additions on individual releases, whether that be digital, DVD or Blu-ray.

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'Justice League' is available to watch in cinemas now.