JUSTICE LEAGUE Director Zack Snyder Reveals Plan To Restore Superman's Humanity In Scrapped Sequels
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GaryJo
GaryJo - 12/4/2019, 7:36 AM
JonC
JonC - 12/4/2019, 11:13 AM
@GaryJo - If the Snyder Cut truly exists in final form then the studio would have released it for streaming as it would have cost them no additional money and they could have recouped some of their losses.
JonC
JonC - 12/4/2019, 11:14 AM
@JonC - i don't consider an early "director's cut" to be anywhere near a finished movie... it is a "work in process" to evaluate internally until final CGI, etc can be added in.
Darkknight2149
Darkknight2149 - 12/4/2019, 11:32 AM
@GaryJo @JonC - 
This picture tells us absolutely nothing we didn't already know. Zack Snyder has a copy of the Snyder Cut. We already knew this.

The problem is that it's confirmed to be an unfinished rough cut that would cost millions to complete. Justice League FLOPPED and the studio lost over $60 million making it. Nobody is wasting more resources into completing and releasing this thing. Hollywood is a business, not a charity. Studios are corporations that exist only to make money and for no other reason.

At this point, Zack Snyder is literally trolling just to get his fanbase fired up. Notice how all of his statements are vague, never confirm anything, and always come after someone says that people should move on (in this case, Joe Manganiello and Henry Cavill).

The Snyder Cut is a pipe dream. I'm surprised WB hasn't sued Snyder for this by now. If something substantial existed, Zack Snyder would come out and lay it down straight instead of playing games with his fans.
lawndart
lawndart - 12/4/2019, 11:33 AM
@JonC - exactly
mastakilla39
mastakilla39 - 12/4/2019, 12:46 PM
@JonC - Exactly.

I think people are getting the terms "Directors Cut" and "Workprint Cut" mixed up. I believe Snyder has a "Workprint cut", which is a rough version of the movie he shot and edited. A workprint has incomplete cgi, lots of wires, several alternates, and storyboard inserts to make up for an incomplete film. People are confusing a “workprint cut” with a “directors cut” because Zack Snyder doesn’t consider the “theatrical cut” his film. Therefore he is calling a “workpring cut” a “directors cut” when in reality they are not the same thing.

These are pictures of the leaked “workprint cut” of wolverine origins vs the “completed directors cut” of the same film. Back in the day I have seen the workprint cuts of Halloween (2007), Wolverine Origins, & Expendables 3 when they were sold off the market. I also saw all 3 of those movies in theaters and can confirm that the workprint cut and completed cut are significantly different.

OptimusGrime
OptimusGrime - 12/5/2019, 2:20 AM
@Darkknight2149 - Exactly....LET IT GO!!
Troidair
Troidair - 12/5/2019, 9:31 AM
@JonC - An equally plausible explanation could be that if the released Snyder cut turns out to be substantially better than the theatrical version then some execs at WB will be out of a job. It is a no win situation for them.
Gjedi
Gjedi - 12/4/2019, 7:39 AM
Can we just move on!!
Skateanddestroy88
Skateanddestroy88 - 12/4/2019, 7:48 AM
@Gjedi - yeah, it's like who really cares. You had your chance and you blew it Zach/WB
Jaspion
Jaspion - 12/4/2019, 7:43 AM

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Visualiza
Visualiza - 12/4/2019, 8:31 AM
@Jaspion - I would gladly shake hands with the man who destroyed every trace of that footage.
DukeTogo13
DukeTogo13 - 12/4/2019, 8:35 AM
@Jaspion -
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