Zack Snyder Shares New Justice League Test Footage


Zack Snyder has shared some test footage of The Flash in Zack Snyder’s Justice League and the footage is pretty darn cool.

Snyder shared this footage via his – you guessed it – Vero account.

What’s interesting about this test footage, which Zack Snyder shot on his phone, is that they pretty much nailed Barry Allen’s – aka The Flash – run in the movie.

It ended up looking pretty much exactly the same in the movie.

The flowy arms and everything.

I do think that the making of Zack Snyder’s Justice League is something that needs to go down in cinema history.

It’s one of the most fascinating movies ever made, as far as its technical aspects are concerned.

They really pushed the boundaries of cinema on this movie, and it would be great to get more behind the scenes footage like this.

This is one of the reasons why people love Snyder so much.

Zack Snyder shows off some awesome test footage from his Justice League movie

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Snyder’s the sort of filmmaker that loves to share how he makes his movies, and some may say that he likes to share one too many of his industry secrets to the general public.

But, that’s why we love him!

Zack Snyder’s Justice League is also an interesting case study into how a movie studio should not behave towards filmmakers, cast members and crew.

If it wasn’t for incredible fan pressure, the movie would have never seen the light of day.

Warner Bros Pictures ended up coming out of this whole ordeal with a ton of egg on its face.

They’ve been trying to repair the damage over the past few months, and maybe the release of The Batman might help to paper over some of the cracks.

That said, the SnyderVerse fandom, and Zack Snyder himself, will never forget how the movie studio acted with regards to this movie.

What do you make of this news?

Do you like to see this test footage from what ended up coming Zack Snyder’s Justice League?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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