They brought the Framework back, so I'm betting Aida (or a reasonable facsimile/another LMD) shows up to tell the group what happened to Fitz and the world in two or three episodes, and then Ghost Rider to take vengeance for what happened to the world.
So I saw Justice League finally. I don't think I can really add more than what anyone else has said. The CG work on Cavill's face to hide his moustache made him look like Robbie Rotten from Lazytown during closeups, and there was like ... no civilians in the world. Outside the little Russian-ish girl and her family, a few people under Gotham Harbor and the Daily Planet, there wasn't really any people. I know one of the complaints about Man of Steel was the collateral damage, and I thought they addressed that nicely in BvS where Batman actively moved the fight someplace that could handle the damage, but then Justice League rolls around and they're alledgedly trying to evacuate a city during the energy tentacles attack, so Flash is Speedforcing the one family out of city limits, looks to the right and there's Superman stealing an entire empty apartment complex. I'm not sure if the rest of the audience was laughing for the same reason that I was at that point.
The "just one" pep speech Batman gave Flash at the beginning of the movie was pretty good though I don't think it should have been Batman giving it, and there's certainly no denying the scene where the League is fighting
And really, that's what hurts the movie the most. It's the Justice League. DC's top characters, creating their premiere team, and it's just ... average? No, that's just wrong.
Deathstroke showing up during the end credit scene was neat, that was quickly wrecked by EisenLuthor showing up as well. Flash and Supes racing had to be a Whedon scene, and that was nice at least so I'll say the end credits pretty much canceled each other out.
Edited, Dec 4th 2017 9:28am by lolgaxe