JUSTICE LEAGUE - Zack Snyder's Twitter Account Update Is Stirring Up Speculation

Joss Whedon is currently in charge of Justice League and now a surprising move by Zack Snyder on social media has been generating a lot of discussion about the filmmaker's involvement with the movie...

Earlier this year, we learned that Joss Whedon had taken over Justice League and would be in charge of both the reshoots and post-production process. While that was blamed on the tragic death of Snyder's daughter, there's been speculation that Warner Bros. always intended to have Whedon take charge, something he's done in a significant way by writing new scenes and even hiring a different composer.

It's been said that Whedon will be sticking to Snyder's aesthetic for the scenes he shoots but is the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice director aware that the movie is no longer still his own? 

While paying tribute to the late George Romero yesterday, Snyder updated his Twitter account to remove both his Justice League profile photo and banner. This could mean something or absolutely nothing but it's generated a lot of discussion online. Just the fact people are speculating about Snyder wiping his hands with Justice League could be a PR nightmare for the studio, though, so this isn't good!

What do you guys think? As always, be sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments section. 

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