It’s been revealed by none other than Zack Snyder himself that Warner Bros. Pictures doesn’t want to work with him anymore.
He revealed this via his Vero account, and it’s just so sad to see him say this.
Zack Snyder’s Justice League is currently performing incredibly well in China and it actually did a lot better than Warners would have you believe on HBO Max.
It’s been a worldwide hit, and Snyder really built the DCEU on his own.
However, Warners just isn’t interested in working with the director anymore.
They have worked with him long before he became involved in the DC Comics movies.
He made 300 for the studio and then went on to make Watchmen, Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole, Sucker Punch and then Man Of Steel.
These films all performed pretty well for Warner Bros. Pictures, and he then went on to make Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice.
BvS also made money, and then it all fell apart for some reason with Justice League.
Zack Snyder says Warner Bros doesn’t want to work with him anymore
Well, Snyder recently revealed that they just don’t want him any more.
He revealed this in a response to a fan who wrote:
Thank you, Sir, for everything. WB does not deserve you.
And Snyder replied:
Nor want me.
Seeing him say this really breaks my heart and I wish Warners would reconsider.
The fact is that they’ve treated him really poorly, and he’s better off working with other studios.
It seems as though he’s got a good working relationship going with Netlfix.
Army Of The Dead looks brilliant and is tracking to do really well for the streaming service.
Army Of The Dead comes out on Netflix on May 14th.
What do you make of this news?
Are you looking forward to watching Army of The Dead?
And are you upset to hear that Warner Bros. Pictures doesn’t want to work with Zack Snyder anymore?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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