Justice League: Will the Snyder Cut be followed by a spin-off?


Zack Snyder fans hoping to see more after the release of Justice League's Snyder Cut may be disappointed.

A few months before its release on the HBO Max platform in the United States, the Snyder Cut of Justice League continues to reveal itself with images, teaser videos or details revealed by Zack Snyder. Shortly after the first version of the film was released in November 2017, the American director received unwavering support from his fans, who did everything to ensure that his vision could finally be shared as it should have been. Their persistence paid off, and Zack Snyder's Justice League will see the light of day in 2017 on HBO Max. Obviously, after such a victory and by dint of hearing the filmmaker discuss what his universe could have been within the DCEU, fans continue to hope that the studios will give him another chance to carry out his projects to their term. However, that would not really be in their plans.

Darkseid dans la Snyder Cut de Justice League

Darkseid in the Justice League Snyder Cut – Credit (s): Warner Bros This may interest you : Iron Man 2: why Scarlett Johansson didn't want Black Widow to take place after this movie.

During an interview with New York Times , Walter Hamada, the current president of DC Films at Warner Bros. Pictures, described Zack Snyder's Justice League as a dead end movie, one that wouldn't lead to a sequel, or even spin-off on the different characters. For the moment, Zack Snyder and his universe do so not part of DC Films' future plans. Assertions which make it less and less likely rumors attesting to the possibility of a Justice League 2 . Nevertheless, the studios could still change their minds, especially if the release of the Snyder Cut creates a new demand, even stronger than the previous one. The heroes introduced in Batman v Superman should however be found in the movie The Flash which in addition to Ezra Miller will include Ben Affleck as Batman, and potentially Ray Fisher as Cyborg, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, and Jason Momoa as Aquaman.

Credits: The New York Times

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