Jared Leto Calls For WarnerMedia To Restore The SnyderVerse
There are many celebrities and actors out there calling for WarnerMedia to Restore the SnyderVerse. Jared Leto has now added his voice into the mix.
Update: It turns out this video is from early January. Still, it’s great it’s picking up steam now, especially since Joe Manganiello just put it out there.
The Joker actor is a good friend of Zack Snyder and we were told that he had a real blast working with him on the Zack Snyder’s Justice League re-shoots.
They enjoyed working together so much that they started coming up with a Joker movie story together.
Whether or not this will ever get made is a mystery.
There’s a war waging at the moment inside of WarnerMedia: it’s mainly Warner Bros. Pictures Vs. HBO Max.
It’s funny that there’s a civil war waging inside of WarnerMedia when they have a habit of releasing movies with ‘Vs’ or ‘V’ in the title.
Anyway, Jared Leto took to social media to say one thing, and that was: “Restore The SnyderVerse”.
Jared Leto wants WarnerMedia to Restore The SnyderVerse
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The fact that Jared has finally come out and said it is huge.
This means that the actors really do want Snyder to get to finish his vision for what’s been dubbed as the SnyderVerse.
The actors love working with him and would do so again in a heartbeat if called upon.
Jared Leto, Amber Heard, Ben Affleck, Ray Fisher, Gal Gadot and so on all love working with the guy.
His enthusiasm on set is infectious and his vision for the DCEU is really quite radical.
It’s time to #RestoreTheSnyderVerse
It’s drastically different to everything that’s currently being made in the comic book movie space.
However, higher-ups at WarnerMedia don’t want the SnyderVerse to continue.
I’ve explained why in a previous article, but it all comes down to two things: too much ego and too many cooks in the kitchen.
Will Jared Leto’s support help to convince WarnerMedia to #RestoreTheSnyderVerse?
I’m not so sure. Only time will tell.
Let us know what you make of all of this WarnerMedia nonsense in the comments below.
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