Entertainment Justice League: Joss Whedon’s version was so bad Christopher Nolan warned Zack Snyder to ‘never see it’
Zack Snyder announces HBO Max release date for his cut of 'Justice League'
Watch: Trailer for the Snyder Cut of Justice League Zack Snyder has revealed that his preferred cut of superhero team-up movie Justice League will be released via HBO Max on 18 March. Snyder posted new artwork for the film, advertising the release date, while the streaming service itself chipped in with a series of posters. Read more: Jared Leto to return as Joker in Snyder Cut The release is the culmination of a long-running fan campaign, which has called for the release of the Snyder Cut ever since the original version of the movie — completed by Joss Whedon — was unveiled to lukewarm box office and poor reviews in 2017.
thought was so bad that he warned to never watch it.
Snyder was originally set to direct the DC superhero movie before dropping out to deal with a family tragedy.
Buffy creator, who directed the first two Avengers films for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, replaced him, but the result is considered a mess.
Ahead of Snyder’s new four-hour recut version, the director revealed he never watched Whedon’s film after being instructed not to.
Two such people to issue the warning were his wife Deborah and Dark Knight trilogy director Nolan, who was hired as an executive producer on the film when Snyder was in charge.
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“They came and they just said, ‘You can never see that movie,” he revealed in a new interview with.
Speaking about her initial reaction to the film, Deborah added: “It was just… it’s a weird experience. I don’t know how many people have that experience. You’ve worked on something for a long time, and then you leave, and then you see what happened to it.”
Snyder also said that she “knew” Whedon’s version of the film would “break [her husband’s] heart”.
Justice League: The Snyder Cut is scheduled to be released in the US on HBO Max on 18 March.
A UK broadcast date is yet to be announced.
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1998 Charisma Carpenter stars in “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.” Last year, Justice League‘s Ray Fisher made shocking allegations of abuse against the superhero film’s director Joss Whedon, but more stars have since come forward with similar stories about the Hollywood heavy hitter’s misbehaviour on set. Charisma Carpenter (of Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel fame) is the latest, and her claims about Whedon are particularly dark. Fisher, who played android Cyborg in the 2017 blockbuster, made waves by launching an active social media campaign against Whedon, Warner Bros., and DC Comics.