Warner Bros. May Release An Extended Cut Of JUSTICE LEAGUE After All...A Joss Whedon Extended Cut!
Fans have been petitioning to see Zack Snyder's cut of Justice League but a new report claims that while a longer version of the movie may be coming, it will be an extended cut of Joss Whedon's version.
Unfortunately, that will be Joss Whedon's extended cut of Justice League presumably made up of scenes he shot and decided not to use and some of Snyder's work which was cut for time (Warner Bros. wanted the running time to be less than two hours). There was so much left on the cutting room floor that this will be interesting whatever happens but it won't fundamentally change the movie!
The rumour comes from Mario F. Robles, a "freelance writer and scooper for places like @IGN & @TheSplashReport." For now, it's obviously best to take this with a pinch of salt but there's no denying this news is intriguing. We'll hopefully hear something official soon but stay tuned to CBM for updates.
For the home release of #JusticeLeague, WB is mulling over packaging it as a #Superman Trilogy, alongside MOS and BvS. And here's the kicker:— Mario-F. Robles (@I_Am_MFR) December 6, 2017
It would include an Extended Cut of JL.
It'd be an extended version of the theatrical cut. Not Snyder's cut.