Warner Bros. originally wanted to exclude an untouched and raw cut Zack Snyder’s Justice League On HBO Max. Snyder refused, and said that he would go unpublished, due to the film not relying solely on its objectives. When the director last left the 2017 film set, he took his laptop with an unfinished cut. It was black-and-white in color and had no visual impact as well as a missing scene. As Snyder always claimed, his cut was actually genuine, it just wasn’t ready to be released to the public in that form.
In a new interview with Vanity Fair, Zack snider Talked openly about leaving Justice League Spending time with his family after a tragedy. While his leaving argument has reached near mythological status, the story of the return of Warner Bros. is equally interesting. The #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement can no longer be ignored and Warner Bros. knew it, so they approached the director about releasing the Snyder cut on HBO Max, which everyone knows by now.
However, according to Jack Snyder, Warner Bros. simply wanted to release raw and untouched footage from their laptops onto MBB Max. “I was like, ‘This is not one, this is not a tough one,” Snyder recalls. “And they’re like, ‘But why? You can just put rough cuts.” Snyder, who struggled with the studio for months during the making Justice League He did not trust the studio’s motivation to return. Snyder had to say this when asked about not releasing the raw footage.
“I go, ‘Here’s how. Three reasons: One, you get the internet out of your back, which is probably your main reason for doing it. Two, you have to feel inspired to make things right, I think. Hai, level on something. And then three, you get a sh * tty version of the film that you can point to and go, ‘See! It’s not good anyway. So maybe I was right.’ I loved it, no chance. I would just like to say that Snyder created a mythical unicorn for all time. “
Zack Snyder and Warner Bros. were able to reach an agreement that saw the director gain full creative control in lieu of receiving payment. Snyder was paid for the film’s first cut and felt it was extremely important for fans to get his initial vision. “I’m not getting paid,” he says. “I didn’t want to behold anyone, and it allowed me to retain my powers of interaction with these people.”
In the end, Zack Snyder believes that Warner Bros. put in another $ 70 million to finish what they did and started with Joss Whedon. Now, DC fans have less than a month to see visually what Snyder had from the beginning, and is more than 4 hours in length. Originally, Warner Bros. requested that Snyder only use 2 hours of screen time, which he didn’t think was possible, so Joss Whedon did and it did. Therefore, fans will now have to give healthy doses to eat the new ingredients. The interview with Jack Snyder was originally conducted by Vanity Fair.
Subject: Justice League, Streaming