Following months and months of rumors and speculation, it appears fans will not have much longer to wait to lay their eyes on the mythical “Snyder Cut.” During a conversation with fans on his Vero account, the director himself, Zack Snyder, seemingly revealed that his vision for the live-action Justice League movie will be coming in March, three short months away.
The “Snyder Cut” will air on HBO Max as a four-part limited series. Additionally, Warner Bros will reportedly look to release all the entire four-hour saga theatrically at some point. The director also revealed that the “Snyder Cut” will include fully fleshed-out versions of The Flash and Cyborg with each hero getting significantly more time on-screen. Moreover, during a conversation with Entertainment Weekly, Snyder teased an R-rated DC film with Batman uttering the F-word as well as a full four-hour theatrical release. In October, Snyder reportedly assembled Ray Fisher, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Ezra Miller, Ben Affleck, and Jason Momoa to film additional footage for the film.
Following a family tragedy, the director had to step down in the midst of post-production on the film. Joss Whedon, writer/director of The Avengers, was then brought on board to oversee additional photography. Many fans felt that Whedon’s quippy sensibilities didn’t mesh with Snyder’s darker version of the super team. The film received negative reviews from fans and critics alike and launched a worldwide movement to release Snyder’s full vision.
Audiences have clamored for the “Snyder Cut” ever since the theatrical release. The movement came to a head last November when stars Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot tweeted out the hashtag. Since then, support for the cut of the film had only picked up steam, and now the wishes of the fans have finally been answered.
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