JUSTICE LEAGUE Cinematographer Says Only 10% Of What Zack Snyder Shot Ended Up In The Theatrical Cut

JUSTICE LEAGUE Cinematographer Says Only 10% Of What Zack Snyder Shot Ended Up In The Theatrical Cut

The #ReleaseTheSnyderCut reveals keep on coming and now Justice League cinematographer Fabian Wagner has claimed that only 10% of what he and director Zack Snyder shot ended up in Joss Whedon's version...

Earlier this week, Justice League director Zack Snyder made it clear that the "Snyder Cut" is a very real thing and a whopping 214 minutes long. However, there are still no plans (that we know of) for Warner Bros. to release that either in theaters, on Blu-ray, or the HBO Max streaming service.

Over the summer, original cinematographer Fabian Wagner said that watching Joss Whedon's version of Justice League made him weep and he's no followed up on those comments by saying during a recent Q&A that, "If there is a Snyder cut, I hope it’s better than the one that is out now."

"A lot was changed," he added. "It looked very different." Watching Whedon's Justice League was, in fact, such a painful experience that the cinematographer admitted that he couldn't figure out what those reshoots changed altogether but claims that 90% of Snyder's work ended up being scrapped.

"I did principal photography for Zack. We finished shooting and he started editing," Wagner said. "We did the color grading for the trailers. So the first three trailers were all things we shot. Then they started reshoots. I wasn’t there. It was a completely different team. They reshot 55 days, I think. The movie that was in cinemas was 10 percent of what we shot. Everything else is a reshoot."

If that's anywhere close to being accurate, then Snyder's Justice League was clearly even more different to the theatrical cut than we realised. With any luck, we will get to see the "Snyder Cut" sooner rather than later but, as of right now, we're all forced to just wait and see what happens. 

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