After a fight of almost two years, the fans are finally going to enjoy the original vision of director Zack Snyder in ‘Justice League: Snyder Cut’ at some tables, but despite the joy of many fans for this news, It has revealed that the film is hardly released due to the pandemic caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
Zack Snyder was the original director of ‘Justice League’, but after tragically losing his daughter, the director immediately stepped out of the project and Warner Bros. took that opportunity to hire Joss Whedon to finish the film. But after Whedon take over the project, it led the film in a very different direction.
According to various sources, it is said that Whedon only showed 15% of the original Snyder movieAs a result, many fans, as well as several actors who participated in the film, carried out several Internet campaigns to pressure Warner to release the Snyder version and thus be able to appreciate the director’s vision. This fight paid off because it is a fact that ‘Justice League: Snyder Cut’ to premiere on streamaing service HBO Max.
Now, thanks to an interview with the portal The Hollywood Reporter, the producer of the film and Zack Snyder’s wife, Deborah Snyder, ‘Justice League: Snyder Cut’ is hardly released due to the coronavirus, which has shut down much of the Hollywood industry. And thanks to this they all thought that maybe they should put the film aside until the pandemic ends, which would have meant at least delaying its release, or maybe even canceling it entirely.
“People thought, ‘It won’t be possible to magnify, and that maybe this should be left in the background.’ But we said, ‘No, this is the right time’ because our visual effects houses that depend on so much are running out of work. , so now is the time to do it, ”said Deborah Snyder.
Fortunately this was not the case and the cost of the new version of the film will be between $ 20 to $ 30 million dollars. For now, it only remains to wait a little longer to know the exact date it will be released, ‘Justice League: Snyder Cut’, by the HBO Max streaming platform in 2021.