Zack Snyder Now Has A GOAT Emoji On Twitter


Zack Snyder is easily one of the greatest of all time (the GOAT) and it seems as though Twitter agrees as they’re given the director a goat emoji in his hashtag.

Right now, if you’re to post the hashtag ZackSnyder on Twitter, you’ll notice that a goat emoji will appear after his name.

This is just brilliant because we here at Small Screen love Zack Snyder and love the movies he makes.

He’s a very interesting director and always puts 110% into his movies.

Yes, there might be some story issues with some of his movies and they might all be a bit too long.

But, there’s no one in Hollywood right now that makes a better-looking movie than Snyder.

He’s also a director who’s not afraid to really push the boundaries of filmmaking.

Snyder likes to explore big ideas and themes in his films, and that’s not the case with most filmmakers these days.

It’s especially impressive given that he tends to make big Hollywood blockbusters and still manages to explore heavy themes in them.

Twitter thinks that Zack Snyder is the GOAT!

Read more: Zack Snyder’s Justice League Is HBO Max’s Best Performing Film

Zack Snyder’s Justice League was in our top ten movies of 2021, and the likes of Watchmen and 300 will go down in cinema history as some of the best comic book movies ever made.

He’s currently working on the movie Rebel Moon for Netflix which is an original idea of his.

There aren’t too many movies being made in Hollywood these days that aren’t based on big IPs and part of huge franchises.

Rebel Moon was Snyder’s pitch for a Star Wars movie which Lucasfilm passed on.

However, Netflix and Snyder started a really good working relationship with Army Of The Dead.

The zombie/heist movie ended up becoming one of Netflix’s best performing movies of all time.

He’s now making Rebel Moon and also wrote and producers Army Of Thieves, which I really loved.

What do you make of this news?

Do you agree with Twitter and think that Zack Snyder is the GOAT?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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