Zack Snyder Shows Proof That The Snyder Cut Of Justice League Really Exists

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There’s been a lot of talk of late of whether or not the Snyder Cut of Justice League really does exist, and it seems as though, yes, it does.

Zack Snyder, the man who was supposed to direct Justice League, but unfortunately had to step down due to a terrible family tragedy, does have his own cut of the movie.

Joss Whedon was the man who stepped in to finish the movie, and it seems as though his vision and his cut of Justice League was very different to Snyder’s.

Just watching the movie, you can tell that this is not a Snyder movie. It just feels a bit too light, a bit too red, and there are a few too many jokes in it to be a Snyder film.

So, it turns out that Snyder’s Cut was going to be very different and people are now desperate to see what his initial vision would have looked like.

It’s lead to the hashtag ReleaseTheSnyderCut trending on Twitter, and even the likes of Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot and Ray Fisher have been getting in on the act.

Turns out the Snyder Cut of Justice League really does exist

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This means that Warner Bros. Pictures might be forced to actually release Snyder’s version of the film, yet I’m not entirely sure how they would do that.

Anyway, there are some people who have been questioning whether the Snyder Cut of Justice League really does exist, and the director took to the social media platform, Vero, to share proof that it does.

He posted an image of the rolls of film his Justice League movie is on, and over the top of this image he wrote the following:

Is it real? Does it exist? Of course it does

You know what, I really hope that Snyder gets to release his cut of Justice League because I’m curious and really want to see his initial vision on the big screen.

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