Ray Fisher put his victory lap on pause following Zack Snyder's Justice League's well-received release to give WarnerMedia and its CEO a piece of his mind.
After years of screaming #ReleaseTheSnyderCut, that day DCUE fans have been waiting for is almost here, and the reviews of Zack Snyder's Justice League are mainly on the positive side.
While the film already seems to be superior to it's 2016 predecessor, Zack Snyder has already stated that he doesn't intend on filming a sequel to the upcoming film. Not exactly the vote of confidence we were looking for. Still though, we'll be tuning into HBO Max on March 18 when the film is available to stream.
We just hope Ray Fisher doesn't end up getting blackballed in Hollywood for speaking truth to power. Maybe Marvel Studios can find a place for him in their ever expanding and very fulfilling universe they got going.
We have no idea who asked for this, but Jared Leto will get another shot at playing The Joker.
DC fans didn't mind being stuck in the house on a Saturday due to the all of the epic reveals that went down during the DC FanDome.
Whether or not all the rumors about the film from a Green Lantern appearance to Martian The Manhunter making his DCEU debut prove to be true remains to be seen. But regardless to whom or what you can bet your bottom dollar the entire comic book world will be tuning into the Snyder cut as soon as it's available to stream and loving every minute of it.
Zack Snyder's Justice League was a flawed movie that never lived up to its potential. However, there have long been rumors of a director's cut of the film that allegedly was exponentially better than what made it to theaters, and that version is coming to HBO Max.
Justice League was a bad movie there are no buts about it. The movie was so bad in fact to fans that it is now officially the lowest-grossing film in the DCEU (DC extended universe). The giant film that was supposed save DC’s movie universe turned out to be a giant flop grossing a very meager $229 […]
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The world has been blessed with a new sneak peek at the forthcoming Justice League film via San Diego Comic Con. The four-minute clip is fill with cinematic crack that will get comic heads all kinds of excited.