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Warner Bros. Regrets Zack Snyder’s Justice League Cut - Here’s Why
After years of fan outcry for Warner Bros. to release “Zack Snyder’s Justice League,” the studio finally did in 2021, but studio insiders now think it shouldn’t have been released.
The film did little to get Warner Bros. on the good side of devoted Snyderverse DC fans who campaigned incredibly hard to see director Zack Snyder’s movie completed and released.
According to a report by Variety, the studio insiders believe it made fans more critical of the studio no longer working with Snyder, especially since he had plans for more films.
“Zack Snyder’s Justice League” works fine on its own, but it teases more, such as introducing Martian Manhunter (Harry Lennix) and the League’s faceoff with Darkseid (Ray Porter).
There’s also a future scene of Batman (Ben Affleck), Joker (Jared Leto), and other DC names wandering a desolate Earth under Darkseid's control, indicating plans for sequels.
After seeing the film, Snyderverse DC fans ramped up online campaigning for sequels. Snyder also shared storylines for “Part II” and “Part III” that fans will likely never see.
Snyder said Darkseid kills Lois Lane (Amy Adams), corrupts Superman (Henry Cavill), and takes over Earth. The Justice League crumbles and its survivors must stop Darkseid.
The Flash (Ezra Miller) uses his speed to traverse time, prompting past Batman to sacrifice himself to save Lois’ life. Then, it comes to light that Lois had a son with Superman.