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Director Zack Snyder Explains The Real Definition Of ‘Batman’

Director Zack Snyder Explains The Real Definition Of ‘Batman’

Zack Snyder, who was forced to leave Justice League directing chair to Joss Whedon after his tragic family loss, has a very strong bond with Batman and proves it with his last post on Twitter.

As we all know, Zack Snyder had to quit the post-projection of the Justice League due to the unexpected death of his step-daughter Autumn Snyder. She was 8.

After quitting, Joss Whedon, who made 2012’s Avengers and its 2015 sequel Avengers: Age of Ultron, was hired to complete the movie, and fans blamed Whedon for the cause of the movie’s failure.

Everyone wanted to see Snyder’s Justice League movie because they were confident in his bond with Batman. The enthusiasm and pressure of fans to see Snyder Cut brought results. The movie, modified by Whedon, will be released in 2021 as Zack Snyder’s Justice League.

Today, Snyder shared a photo of Batman and explained the real definition of the iconic superhero on the ‘Batman Day.’ No matter how many sentences we write on this definition of Batman, we cannot define it as well as Zack. For this reason, we recommend that you read Snyder’s tweet below.

Here’s what he wrote:

“Batman is all of us… He is our rage at injustice… He stands alone, as we all wish we could, in the face of a corrupt system which wishes to oppress and exploit… He is that broken child, searching the dark alleys of the human soul to bring balance to the world. #BatmanDay”

Check out the Twitter post below.

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