If the second film version of the Justice League is highly anticipated by the fans, it could also return against Zack Snyder. It therefore takes the lead.
Since the announcement was made public, we are many to wait with extreme impatience that the Snyder’s Cut of Justice League so finally on HBO Max. Unhoped-for and almost miraculous, this film is the result of a long-term work of the fans who wanted to see the version of the film imagined by the director. A first trailer has already been unveiled. But, before the film is finally available, long months will still elapse. A period during which the expectations of the fans will continue to climb. However, it is well known, there is a real risk of being disappointed by something that we place too many expectations. If he can thank his fans who have made this new version of the Justice League as possible, Zack Snyder also knows that he is walking on eggs .
Justice League, a film ” without compromise “
How to avoid criticism, which could flood during the release of the film ? The potential disappointment of the fans who have waited for years to discover the film. He has spoken about it via the social network Vero. Excerpts of his statements were then relayed on Twitter.
So what is his approach ? And although Zack Snyder promises simply that the film that was finally released in 2021, will be the same as the one which would normally arrive at the cinema in 2017 if it was released as planned. It also states not to have had to make compromises with HBO’s Max for the right to make the film.
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— Scott McClellan #AssociateProducer (@ScottDC27) July 4, 2020
If the fans are not happy, it is to them alone that they will be able to take it so since Zack Snyder will just give them what they have asked for these past few years. He also makes a surprising reference for a potential development of Jonathan Kent, the father of Superman. If the character (played by Kevin Costner) is death in Man of Steel, a cameo could be on the table…
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