After fans have petitioned for a Zack Snyder cut of ‘Justice League‘ we all heard that one didn’t exist. Only, now, a new source claims that it does. Fans of ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ are dying to see how the director originally had the film mapped out while those who weren’t thrilled are probably happier with the mess that we did end up getting. As the DCEU has been quite open to releasing director’s cuts of films, this could be an open way to do that though depending on plot changes it could really shake up the current continuity of the DCEU.
The cut which has supposedly been kept inside of Warner Brother’s is in “notable” shape which means while it was close to finished but not complete. To actually release this the studio would still need to put quite a bit of money into post production at this point. This would require visual effects to be completed and the film is rumored to have had a different soundtrack which could increase a payout to musicians as well.
If you want to read the latest source of there being a cut, you can check this out from the Reddit thread below:
This isn’t solid proof that the cut does exist and even if it is accurate that would mean a lot of money would still have to be dished out to make it viewable by the public. I’m not sold that this would see the light of day with how financially unsound the theatrical cut ended up being at the box office.
Do you want there to be a Zack Snyder ‘Justice League cut or were you content with what we had? Would there likely be continuity errors if this ever did end up getting released? Share your thoughts in the comments below!
Source: Comic Book