Zack Snyder revealed that he’s not going to get involved with the rest of Justice League and is just letting the guys working on it do their thing.
Zack Snyder announced few months back that he’ll be stepping down as director of Justice League following a family tragedy. This was when Joss Whedon came on-board to oversee the film’s post-production, but he’s now doing some reshoots and directing a few extra scenes, as well as getting a co-writing credit on the script. However, Snyder has revealed that he’s not worried about how the final product will end up and he won’t be getting involved.
In a recent interview with WIRED, the director said that he won’t be checking in on Justice League since that would be “unfair in a lot of ways” for him to get involved at this late stage. “I’m at a place where I feel excited about it and I’m happy for my guys and I love these people that are working on it, and they’re my family and I think they’re doing an amazing job,” said Snyder. He then said that he’s “kind of just let them do their thing.”
Whatever ends up happening, Zack Snyder is the man who brought DC Comics movies back into the cinemas after the Nolan Batman movies, and say what you will about the current state of the DCEU, Man of Steel and Batman v Superman made a lot of money.
Snyder is currently working on a short movie he made using an iPhone called Snow Steam Iron, which he released a sneak peek of via his Twitter account.
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