Ben Affleck And Gal Gadot Tweet Their Support, Demand Warner Bros. Release The ‘Snyder Cut’ Of ‘Justice League’

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Over the weekend, the two year anniversary of the release of Justice League came and went, leading some of the film’s biggest stars to tweet their support of the version of the film made by director Zack Snyder, the infamous “Snyder Cut.”

On Sunday, Ben Affleck — who starred as Bruce Wayne/Batman — and Gal Gadot — who starred as Diana Prince/Wonder Woman — took to Twitter to express their support for the “Snyder Cut” of the famously disastrous DCEU film.

Affleck and Gadot weren’t the only stars to make their voices heard on Twitter, as Ray Fisher — the actor who played Cyborg — also chimed in.

Ever since the unmitigated disaster that was the release of Justice League in 2017, fans have been clamoring for the release of the “Snyder Cut”, which is an unfinished version of the film that is without Joss Whedon’s meddling. Whedon was hired by Warner Bros. to put finishing touches on Justice League after Snyder had to step away due to personal family matters.

Aquaman star Jason Momoa actually claims to have seen the Snyder Cut, and based on his reaction, it is an entirely different (and better) film than the one fans ultimately got.

At this point, if the Snyder Cut were to ever be released, it seems most likely that it would be released on a streaming service such as HBO MAX (the future streaming home of DC Comics movies) or DC Universe, the brand’s personal streaming service that houses their library of properties such as Batman (1989), all of the Christopher Reeves Superman films, and dozens of their classic cartoons. The only issue with the release of the Snyder Cut is that it would take some level of contrition from Warner Bros. to admit that they got the film horribly wrong, which certainly seems like a long shot.


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