Regarding the forthcoming launch of the Justice League Snyder Cut in 2021, Zack Snyder has revealed that his work in said court has been completely free.

While Comic-Con @ Home was taking place this weekend, a small DC Comics convention called Justice Con was also held virtually. During Zack Snyder’s panel, held on Saturday, July 25, the director showed great enthusiasm and gratitude for the opportunity to complete his own Justice League cut. Later, he confessed that he has worked for free on it:

“It is exciting to have this opportunity. I would never look for buts for a gift horse. I love working on it, I would do it for free, and I’m doing it. ”

Justice League was the third DC Comics project that Zack Snyder worked on. Everything was going well during the production of the film, however, the director was forced to retire due to a family tragedy halfway through filming, so he left the project halfway. Given this, Warner Bros. entrusted Joss Whedon to complete the film, so much of what Zack Snyder expected in the final cut was changed.

After the launch of Justice League in 2017, fans – not happy with what was seen in the movie – organized in a social media campaign to release the Snyder Cut, which Zack Snyder sometimes mentioned on his social networks.

Finally, in May of this year it was announced that the Snyder Cut would arrive in 2021 on the HBO Max platform. And although the exact date is still unknown, what has become clear is the commitment that Zack Snyder has put into it.

If you want to see the full panel of Zack Snyder at Justice-Con this weekend you can enter here.

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Eugenia Rivas Calderón Slytherin lover of those films that shake your hand so you can enter and live in them.
My favorite directors are Wim Wenders and Yorgos Lanthimos, but I’m easily surprised by the series.