Justice League is one of the most expensive movies of all time. It was made on a reported budget of over 300 million dollars, not including marketing and reshoot costs. It managed to gross only 658 million dollars.
After Justice League's failure, there was a considerable shake-up at DC Films by Warner Bros. There have been a few announcements since then that augur well for the future of films based on DC Comics. We may see a resurgence of DC film universe.
It was widely reported that Zack Snyder left the project due to a family tragedy. His daughter had committed suicide. Joss Whedon, who was already writing Justice League, was brought in to helm the film.
The Justice League scene, that is shorter than a minute, shows Superman's fabled black suit. Henry Cavill, who played the role of Superman in the film, had teased a black suit on his Instagram account.
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle has churned up 666.17 million dollars at worldwide box office. It has, thus, exceeded Justice League's collection of 654.4 million dollars, according to boxofficemojo.com.
If the two studios joined hands and launched a shared franchise with the superheroes of both Avengers and Justice League, wouldn't that be awesome? If that sounds absolutely ridiculous, there is precedent in comics.