Zack Snyder Has A Cut Of Justice League Which Is Even Longer Than Four Hours
It’s been revealed that Zack Snyder did have a cut of his Justice League movie which is much longer than four hours long.
Zack Snyder actually revealed this news during a recent interview with The New York Times.
This does sound like absolute madness, however, this does make sense given the fact that they were first considering releasing Zack Snyder’s Justice League as a series on HBO Max.
There are rumours making the rounds suggesting that Zack Snyder is already working on a Justice League sequel for HBO Max.
That sequel could end up being a series for HBO Max and might not even be called Justice League 2.
Zack Snyder’s Justice League was going to be longer than four hours long
Here’s what Snyder had to say about how long his original Justice League cut was going to be:
The truth is there’s probably about 10 Snyder cuts — there’s a longer version than the four-hour version. My point of view is that the movie should be about 20 minutes longer each time. [Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice] should be 20 minutes longer than Man of Steel, and Justice League should be about 20 minutes longer than Batman v Superman.
Honestly, I’m not sure if I would have been able to watch a Justice League movie that’s longer than four hours.
Four hours is already a bit too long for me.
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Would you have liked to have seen a longer version of Snyder’s Justice League?
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