So, Zack Snyder is still doing everything he can to try and convince or force Warner Bros. Pictures to release the Snyder Cut of Justice League.
How is he trying to do this, you ask? He’s doing it bombarding social media platform Vero with pictures from his cut of Justice League.
First off, I really do believe that he’s the only person who uses Vero. It’s such a strange platform to be sharing these images on.
Perhaps there’s something you can do on Vero that you can’t do on any other social media platform? I don’t know. I never really used it.
Anyway, back to his Snyder Cut of Justice League. He recently posted more monochrome (he loves his black and white photos) images from the set of Justice League before he left the project due to personal and tragic reasons.
He recently posted images of Willem Dafoe’s character in the movie, Atlantean Nuidis Vulko, who was a prominent character in James Wan’s Aquaman movie.
His role was greatly reduced in Justice League (I’m going to be honest, I can’t remember whether he was in the movie or not), but I do know that most of his scenes were cut from the theatrical version of the movie.
Snyder is sharing more images from his cut of Justice League
Snyder’s pictures show a rather dishevelled-looking Vulko who seems to be pleading with somebody off-screen.
Snyder’s really been trying to get Warner Bros. to release the Snyder Cut of Justice League, but I’m not entirely sure if sharing these sorts of images will do the trick.
He also added a little caption to one of the posts in which he explains how he wanted the Atlanteans to talk underwater, and it sounds like he wanted to use speech bubbles.
His caption reads as follows:
I invented that because I don’t like talking underwater. It makes no sense. I believe Atlanteans’ underwater language would be a series of clicks and squeaks, never got a chance to work it out.
Now, that would have been completely and utterly mad if you ask me, but I do really want to see it, just out of pure curiosity.
What do you make of these Snyder Cut Justice League images? Let us know in the comments below.
And if you enjoy listening to film podcasts, why not check out Small Screen Radio wherever you get your podcasts!