The Snyder Cut Crosses 400M Views In China

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It’s been revealed that Zack Snyder’s Justice League (aka The Snyder Cut) has now crossed 400 million views in China on Migu Video.

This news was revealed by Itssan17 on Twitter, who’s been pretty good at reporting the numbers for the Snyder Cut in China.

Now, Migu Video is one of the biggest streaming platforms in China.

It’s a bit like China’s version of YouTube.

You can go on there and watch videos, and you can also rent and stream movies.

Well, the Snyder Cut was made available on Migu Video a few weeks ago now, and the film’s been doing incredibly well over there.

 

It ended up crossing 330 million views on Migu Video in China in just seven days.

These numbers are unprecedented, and it’s now been revealed that the movie’s just crossed 400 million views.

Does this mean that Warner Bros. Pictures will go ahead and restore the SnyderVerse?

What do the Snyder Cut’s huge numbers in China mean for the future of the SnyderVerse?

https://twitter.com/Itssan17/status/1394667518577582084

Read more: Restoring The SnyderVerse: Zack Snyder’s Fight To Get Justice League Released In China

Well, with everything that’s going on over at WarnerMedia right now, I think everyone’s just clamouring to keep their jobs.

We’ve already seen that Jason Kilar and Toby Emmerich look set to be leaving WarnerMedia.

I’ve also been told that Ann Sarnoff could follow suit.

It will be interesting to see what the movie studio opts to do next.

I mean, HBO Max could swoop in and save the SnyderVerse, which would make sense to me.

WarnerMedia now being merged with Discovery will change things, and it does seem as though there’s new hope for the SnyderVerse.

With the Snyder Cut’s huge popularity in China, I wouldn’t be surprised if they try to bring Snyder back in some capacity.

What do you guys make of this news?

Are you at all surprised by these huge numbers the Snyder Cut is getting in China?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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