Zack Snyder Tells Fans Not To Give Up Hope On The Snyder Cut Of Justice League
DCEU fans across the globe have been begging Warner Bros. to release the Snyder Cut of Justice League, and two years later it still hasn’t happened.
However, last week on the two year anniversary of the film’s release, the likes of Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot and Ray Fisher all took to Twitter to get the hashtag ‘ReleaseTheSnyderCut’ trending on the social media platform.
It was looking like Warner Bros. was going to have to release the movie in some way, but it’s gone very quiet on that front now.
There’s been no word from Warner Bros. about them releasing the movie, and fans are starting to lose hope all over again.
This is where a fan took to Twitter to reveal an interaction a fan had with Zack Snyder on the social media platform Vero (Snyder must be the only person who uses Vero by the way).
The fan asked Snyder: “Say something. I’m losing hope,” to which Snyder replied: “Don’t”.
So, does this mean that the Snyder Cut of Justice League might still be coming out?
Zack tells fans not to lose hope over the Snyder Cut of Justice League
Even though I wasn’t a huge fan of any of the Snyder DC Comics movies apart from Man of Steel, which I think is a really good movie, I’m still really curious to see his version of Justice League.
The film ended up being a huge mess when it was released, and that’s all down to studio interference and the fact that Joss Whedon came in and changed everything.
I always thought the problems with Snyder’s DCEU movies weren’t how the looked or how they were made, but it was the story.
His film’s plots made little to no sense and they were all too long, but they looked and sounded incredible.
I for one would love to see his vision for Justice League, and there are a lot of other people out there who would also like to see what Snyder had in mind.
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