The Snyder Cut Watched Over 120M Times In China

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It’s been revealed that Zack Snyder’s Justice League (the Snyder Cut) is doing incredibly well in China with the movie being viewed over 120 million times on Migu – a Chinese video streaming platform.

This was revealed by Geralt of Las Vegas over on Twitter and it seems as though his numbers are indeed correct.

The Twitter user reported that the film is now available on Migu Video, which is one of China’s biggest video streaming platforms.

This comes after it was also revealed that Zack Snyder’s Justice League was also available to watch on BiliBili, which is another popular video streaming platform in China.

It seems as though the numbers for this film are now skyrocketing since the movie was made available in China – as Snyder knew they would.

Zack Snyder had a ridiculous battle to try and get Warner Bros. Pictures to release the movie in China.

The Snyder Cut is still not ‘officially’ released in China.

They never released the movie in Chinese cinemas, and it looks as though it would have done incredibly well if they had put the film into theaters over there.

The Snyder Cut’s numbers in China are HUGE

https://twitter.com/Itssan17/status/1389783292715704322

Read more: Restoring The SnyderVerse: Zack Snyder’s Fight To Get Justice League Released In China

So, it seems as though people in China are really loving Zack Snyder’s Justice League.

Snyder highlighted how important a market China is for the future of the DCEU.

He knew this years ago and even pitched a China-based Atom movie.

Warner Bros. Pictures passed on the pitch because of course they did.

However, the popularity of the Snyder Cut in China should be a good indication that people are still in love with the SnyderVerse in that market.

This could convince AT&T to restore the SnyderVerse, because these numbers are immense.

What do you make of this news?

Are you happy to hear how well the Snyder Cut is doing in China?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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