New Report Suggests 'Justice League' Snyder Cut Does Exist
The legitimacy of the ever-elusive director's cut of Justice League aka the "Snyder Cut" has long been a mystery to DC fans.
Director Zack Snyder has stressed time and time again that his version of the film which he says is completely different than what we saw in cinemas exists. It spawned the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement online with the superhero flick's lead stars Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot both backing up the claim.
Now, a new report suggests that the "lost" DC film may finally see the light of day almost three years after its original theatrical release. According to Heroic Hollywood, Snyder held a private screening of the fabled cut with DC executives.
To give you a little refresher, Snyder had to step down as director following a family tragedy. Joss Whedon, who previously helmed two Avengers films over at Marvel Studios, took over for him and was the one who oversaw the film's completion, giving it a lighter approach and trimming down its runtime.
Snyder's cut reportedly would've had a black-suited Superman, Green Lantern's DCEU debut and Darkseid as the main baddie. As of this time, nothing has been officially confirmed yet so take everything with a grain of salt.