The Justice League movie, which was released in 2017, did not satisfy anyone and greatly was a great disappointment. One of the reasons for this was that the film, which would have normally been directed by Zack Snyder, had to stop shooting due to the loss of his daughter and was replaced by Joss Whedon.
Since the release of the film, fans have been stating that there should be a Snyder version of the film and that Warner Bros. should release it, and then the good news came and it was confirmed that the director will be on the set of the film again next year. It will be a four-part miniseries on HBO Max.
Henry Cavill, who plays Superman in the movie, made a different statement on this news and announced that he doesn’t have additional shootings.
While this statement by Cavill was confusing, it turned out to be normal as a result of the latest information about the movie, because it is confirmed that there will be only four minutes or five minutes of additional scenes on the movie people have already seen, which is very surprising and disappointing. However, maybe it will be enough to change the atmosphere of the first version.
Here’s the director Jack Snyder’s statement:
“I will say that in the end it’s going to probably be about four minutes or five minutes of additional photography for the entire movie. In the four hours that is Justice League, maybe four minutes.”
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