Gal Gadot calls on Warner Bros. to release the Snyder Cut of Justice League. DC fans have been begging the studio to release Zack Snyder's original cut of the movie for a full two years now. Today, November 17th, marks the two-year anniversary of the release and it seems that Snyder and crew may be teasing something big. However, it could all just be in celebration of the movie being two years old now.
Gal Gadot joins Justice League cast members Jason Momoa, Ray Fisher, and Ezra Miller in posting pictures from the Snyder Cut. All of the photos that the cast has shared over the past few weeks have all been in black and white, as have all of the ones Zack Snyder has been sharing too. This would lead one to believe that they are all coming from the same source, and in this case, it would be Snyder himself. Is he currently readying his version of the movie for a release on HBO Max? That is all speculation at this point, but DC fans really hope he is.
The DC fans have been instrumental in keeping Zack Snyder's original cut of Justice League alive. There was a concentrated effort to make today the day to get #ReleaseTheSynderCut trending on social media, and now with the help of Wonder Woman actress Gal Gadot, they have gotten their wish. Release the Snyder Cut is currently trending worldwide, which must make Zack Snyder fell pretty good. Plus, this is just one small thing that the fans have done over the years to help raise awareness.
The Snyder Cut fans are a passionate group who have also raised a considerable amount of money for suicide awareness programs, while also taking some of that money to promote their cause. At San Diego Comic-Con over the summer, the crew were able to donate to charity and have enough money left over to fly a banner over the convention center that read, "Release the Snyder Cut." Additionally, they were able to secure a spot on the coveted floor of the convention. This has all been done independently without the help of a studio or corporation.
Justice League came out two years ago and tanked in theaters. It was a critical failure and the fans didn't like it at all. Zack Snyder left the project before reshoots after a family tragedy and Joss Whedon took over, along with the studio. What ended up hitting theaters was a far cry from what Snyder originally envisioned. The studio spent millions on lengthy reshoots that ended making the movie a disjointed mess and started the whole Henry Cavill mustache controversy, which was and is just as ridiculous now as it was when it originally happened.