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Zack Snyder Confirms Why Justice League Ends With A Cliffhanger

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Justice League Updates: Zack Snyder confirmed why his version of the Justice League ended in the dark. In post-production for the original film, Snyder stepped down as director in 2017 due to a family tragedy.

Warner Bros. selected Joss Whedon as the main new member. This led to the creation of the finished product, which was severely criticized by critics and fans.

Warner Bros. Zack Snyder was originally considered to be the world of online movie competition with Disney MCU. He was hired to oversee the innovation direction of franchising. Snyder leads the Man of Steel, who founded the DCEU and received the most positive comments.

He got much less enthusiasm as the director in the second round of “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” and played a very poor role in the theatrical version of the movie.

In 2017, this is the direction to turn to Warner. Snyder’s plans for the future movie of the Justice League were abandoned, and DCEU adopted a less focused solo hero movie model.

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Given that Snyder’s original vision for the movie was to make a sequel, it made sense that things would end in tension. According to early reviews, the same is true for Snyder Cut.

The New York Times asked Snyder bluntly why he chose an open ending, and this possibility could not last. His answer is simple: “The question is about my movie version.”

After the official reopening of the project, new background shots were made for Zach Snyder‘s Justice League, but although these new shots added some eye-catching new elements, such as Joker Jared Leto’s appearance, they won’t add too much extra time to the film.

The new content includes scenes shot in theatrical productions, which were later edited after Snyder left the project. Of course, through this lens, you can see that the film is very interested in the sequel, but it has never been released.

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In the future, will Zach Snyder’s Justice League have a sequel worth watching? The odds are good, but the early positive response of journalists and critics has increased the likelihood. Since the premiere of “Justice League” in 2017, Warner Bros.

Has not planned to produce large-scale cross-border films in its cross-border films, and most of the stars in the film are still starring in the series.

However, “Justice League 2” seems unlikely. However, Zach Snyder’s Justice League will premiere on HBO Max on March 18, and everything seems possible.