Justice League’s Theatrical Version Only Contains 10% Of Zack Snyder’s Footage
Fans of Zack Snyder’s work with the DCEU have been desperate to see the Snyder Cut of Justice League ever since the film was released back in 2017.
I was pretty well-known that the Justice League we saw in theatres was not the film Snyder had intended to make.
Snyder left the movie after a family tragedy and Joss Whedon then stepped in to direct the rest of the movie.
However, there have since been reports suggesting that this might not be the whole story and that Snyder was actually forced out.
Snyder’s been on social media sharing images of what his version of the film would look like, and then he even shared an image of the film reels of his Justice League to prove that the film does exist.
Zack Snyder’s Director of Photography, Fabian Wagner, has now just claimed (via a video posted on Twitter) that only about 10 per cent of what he shot for Zack is in the movie that was released to the public.
Seems like there’s more than enough footage for Zack Snyder’s Cut of Justice League
This means that there is an awful amount of footage there which wasn’t used, so it’s no wonder that Snyder’s saying there is another cut of the movie, his cut.
It really does sound like Joss Whedon just stepped in and redirected the whole movie, which adds fuels the speculation that Warner Bros. just wanted Snyder out because they didn’t think his vision for the movie was going to go down well with moviegoers.
Justice League came out in cinemas and didn’t do particularly well at the box office and fans of the DCEU weren’t completely won over by Whedon’s version of the movie.
Then there was the whole ‘moustache-gate’ thing with Superman’s strange chin.
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