Another new, never-before-seen image from the mythical Snyder Cut of Justice League has surfaced online. This is the latest in a recent string of images that director Zack Snyder has revealed, as he's been on something of a tear recently. Does that mean he's leading up to something? Any comment on that would be purely speculative at this point. What we do know for sure is that Jason Momoa's Aquaman was gearing up to visit Superman's grave, as evidenced by this new photo.
Zack Snyder doesn't do much on Instagram or Twitter. Instead, this image was shared over on the social media site Vero. Instead of sharing the image directly, Snyder shared this image with a fan. Specifically, the individual behind TheNiceCast. Once the image was shared with them on Vero, they took to Twitter to share it with their audience, as Snyder said this was an image "no one had" and that they can "Enjoy and use as you see fit." In sharing the photo on Twitter, TheNiceCast had this to say.
"My love for Zack Snyder is deeper than one film. He represents a unique identity and confidence in self that is difficult to obtain. BvS also changed the entire course of my life. For him to share this image of Jason Momoa with me means everything. #ReleaseTheSnyderCut."
As for the image itself, it shows Jason Momoa, out of his Aquaman getup, in black and white looking quite seriously at something off-screen. This seems to relate to a previous image that shows Wonder Woman, Barry Allen/The Flash and Cyborg visiting Superman's grave. While reviving Henry Cavill's Man of Steel was a big plot point in the theatrical cut of Justice League as well, things unfolded rather differently than these pictures suggest they would have in Zack Snyder's version.
Zack Snyder also recently revealed a couple of new images of The Flash, as well as one of Ray Fisher's Cyborg. As more and more of these images leak out, it becomes increasingly clear that the Justice League Snyder Cut would not just have small differences here and there, when compared to what was released in theaters. It would be a remarkably different movie altogether. Snyder left the project before it was finished, with Joss Whedon coming in to oversee massive reshoots and rewrites. Ultimately, what was released in theaters, despite being credited to Snyder, does not represent his vision.
Jason Momoa is one of the key figures who say the Snyder Cut exists. Though, in what form remains unclear. Many other accounts state it's an assembly cut that is far from finished. Whatever the case, it still doesn't appear as though Warner Bros. has any plans on releasing it, as they've mostly moved on from the Snyder days of the DCEU. In any event, it's clear this conversation is going to end anytime soon. Be sure to check out the new photo from TheNiceCast Twitter account.