Professional advertisements calling for Warner Bros. to “Release the Snyder Cut” of the “Justice League” movie have been spotted in locations around San Diego ahead of Comic-Con International.
Funded by a recent GoFundMe campaign, from which half the money raised were donated in support of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, the physical advertisements include quotations from crew members who worked on the film, confirming the Snyder Cut of the movie exists.
Wow! I’ve heard mixed messages about the so-called “Snyder Cut.” Some people say it’s out there while others say a “Snyder Cut doesn’t exist.”
Well….if it does actually exist, then it’s great to see this advertisement. I hope this goes somewhere positive.
Yes…so do I. Snyder has recently said there is a cut. But he hasn’t said how finished it may or may not be. Even though they (WB) had said it wasn’t watchable, that statement could only come from a couple of areas. Either what they saw was no where’s near the direction they thought it was supposed to go or what was presented to them was cobbled together scenes that lacked the finished areas giving them the cohesiveness that would have made the movie flow together and be a completed finished movie. Now in saying that, if movie was missing… Read more »
perfect storm of fanboy-ism, conspiracy, entitlement and our moment in history. HOWEVER – I am thrilled to hear that good is coming from it! Giving half the money to a very worthy cause is positively inspirational.
I’m happy to hear it’s associated with a worthy cause!
Make no mistake, I would have just preferred Snyder’s original cut. I hate Joss Whedon and think he’s completely overrated. Add to that the mismanagement by Tsujihara and the like. My complaints about this stem from wanting to move forward rather than dwell on what’s already passed. I want something new to look forward to, especially with Superman.