Zack Snyder might have just confirmed rumours that there is a “Justice League” director’s cut somewhere out there waiting to see the light of day.
The 53-year-old filmmaker made the comments during the Zack Snyder: The Director’s Cuts fundraiser event in Pasadena, CA, where he screened his director’s cuts of “Dawn of the Dead”, “Watchmen”, and “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”.
A fan recorded footage of Snyder answering a question about the potential release of a “Justice League” director’s cut. “All I can say is… sure there’s a cut… it’s done,” the director appears to say.
“I have a cut. I have a bunch of them. So, it’s not like… that’s up to them [Warner Bros.].”
There was a lot of behind-the-scenes chaos in the making the DC Comics superhero action flick. Snyder had to step down from his director duties following the tragic death of his daughter, and the studio brought in Joss Whedon to complete the movie.
The result was a mishmash of styles, which was received poorly from fans and critics. Since then, some fans have held out hope for a Snyder-cut of the superhero collab, and while a release seems unlikely, at least they now know one does exist.