'Justice League': The cast reacts to Zack Snyder's montage announcement: "For those who believed"
Three years ago, Zack Snyder announced that he was leaving Justice League, leaving the position open for Joss Whedon to make his own version of the film. Snyder continued to appear as director, but everyone knew that this was not the version he wanted to have released. After a long campaign promoted by fans and by the director himself, it has been announced that HBO is going to publish the montage of Zack Snyder, now titled Zack Snyder's Justice League - La Liga de la Justicia de Zack Snyder in Spanish. The release date is not yet known, but DC fans will be able to enjoy the version in 2021.
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The actors supported the launching of this montage and they did not take in pronouncing on the subject. Henry Cavill has been one of the first: "Ladies and gentlemen, it has finally happened. The Snyder montage will be seen next year! I know there have been two sides to the Snyder montage and it will still take a while. Remember that we all have more than one Justice League now, so we all win. Be nice to each other. "
Jason Momoa also dedicated a few words after the news came out: “It has finally happened. Thank you. There is justice. All my 'aloha' to the people who have made it possible. To all the fans. We love you. ALOHA ”.
Ray Fisher, who plays Cyborg in the film, has also supported the Snyder montage with a poster announcing this remake and a few brief words: "For those who fought. For those who believed. Thank you."
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The director had 100% completed the main shoot and, after several months of post-production, he decided to abandon the project after the loss of his daughter. Whedon came to supervise production, but the team ended up repeating a large number of the shots they already had and rewriting much of the story to lighten the tone. Now fans can find out what Snyder had planned.