JUSTICE LEAGUE Director Zack Snyder Reveals More #SnyderCut Details, Including Plans For Batman's Demise

Zack Snyder has debunked reports that the recently revealed physical evidence of the "Snyder Cut" was just an assembly version, while confirming Batman would meet his maker in Justice League: Part Two...

Justice League director Zack Snyder continues to add fuel to the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut fire, and most recently shared an image of the "Snyder Cut" which appeared to confirm that  his original version was 214 minutes long. However, when one online reporter claimed that must be the assembly cut (the longest, earliest possible version of a movie), Snyder made a rare Twitter appearance to debunk his comments. 

In the process, the filmmaker also confirmed that his assembly cut was nearly five hours long - that's nearly two hours more than the final cut, so he clearly shot an awful lot of footage. 
 

Answering some fan questions on Vero, Snyder dropped another bombshell when he revealed that he "always had that plan" to have Batman sacrifice himself in order to stop Darkseid in Justice League: Part Two. Unfortunately, that probably means it wasn't shot for the "Snyder Cut" of Justice League

Killing the Caped Crusader off would have been a ballsy move on Snyder's part, and it would have been a fitting end to his journey (as well as something we saw happen in the comic books). 

What do you guys think about these latest Justice League details?

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