Zack Snyder's Son Criticises Warner Bros. For "Meddling" With The Final Cut Of JUSTICE LEAGUE

Zack Snyder's Son Criticises Warner Bros. For "Meddling" With The Final Cut Of JUSTICE LEAGUE

Zack Snyder's Son Criticises Warner Bros. For "Meddling" With The Final Cut Of JUSTICE LEAGUE

As Zack Snyder fans continue to clamour to see his original cut of Justice League, the director's son has taken to social media to share his thoughts on the theatrical release. More past the jump...

A large contingent of fans are firm in their belief that Zack Snyder's original cut of Justice League would be a lot better than the version that hit theatres last week, and it looks like the director's son shares that opinion.

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Jett posted his thoughts on the film to his Vero account, and although he says he did enjoy the DC superhero flick overall, he also calls out the studio for "meddling" with the final cut and adding what he perceives to be "forced comedy."

"On a more serious note I did enjoy the movie, although it is clearly not what it could have been due to the meddling of Warner Brothers and the forced comedy,” Jett wrote on Vero. “The run time was my biggest gripe with the movie, with events that should take a long time over in a flash; $ but still definitely a fun movie to watch, and would recommend it."

The fact is, we're not even sure there is a Zack Snyder cut of Justice League. Sure, the director must have at least assembled enough footage to show WB a very rough cut at some point, but Joss Whedon didn't just work on the reshoots, he also completed the film.

That said, there is a wealth of extra footage in the trailers and TV spots alone that never featured in the finished product, so you never know - maybe that 100K strong petition will yield some sort of result.

In the meantime, be sure to share your thoughts on Jett's comments with us in the usual place.
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