Clay Enos, the official photographer for the “Justice League” movie, who has worked alongside director Zack Snyder on many of his film projects, spoke on the Farooqi Bros podcast recently, where he discussed the possibility of a ‘Snyder Cut’ of “Justice League” ever being released.
“Just the logistics of that are really difficult,” Enos explained. “What is it? Is it a different theatrical release? What does that mean for royalty checks for the two hundred actors that participated in it. It is just a complete mess on so many fronts.”
Having said that, Enos goes on to describe some of the complications surrounding the process, including the financial cost involved in completing the film.
“My observation is that this business makes anything like that incredibly unlikely and complicated. That said, if there’s a sufficient box office allure they’ll figure it out. There’s probably something pretty close to ready out there. Throw another twenty, thirty million in and you could maybe see hundreds come from it – It’s a hard one. There’s massive financial consequences to doing something like that.”
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