It’s been revealed that Warner Bros. Pictures executives thought that Joss Whedon’s Justice League was, as they put it, “A piece of s**t”. This was revealed in a recent interview conducted with Zack Snyder with Vanity Fair.
Honestly, after watching Justice League when it came to cinemas back in 2017, I couldn’t actually believe how bad it was. It really felt like a movie that was directed by two people with widely contrasting opinions on which direction to take the movie in.
We’re now about to get Zack Snyder’s cut of Justice League, and it was revealed that Warner Bros. Pictures Executives were really not happy with Joss Whedon’s Justice League. They actually thought that the movie was a “piece of s**t”, which is exactly what the movie was.
Warner Bros. Executives thought Joss Whedon’s Justice League was a “piece of s**t”
Here’s what was revealed in the Vanity Fair article about the Joss Whedon Justice League movie and the executives’ reaction to it:
When we got to see what Joss actually did, it was stupefying. The robber on the rooftop—so goofy and awful. The Russian family—so useless and pointless. Everyone knew it. It was so awkward because nobody wanted to admit what a piece of sh*t it was.
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