Zack Snyder’s highly-anticipated version of Justice League came out recently on HBO Max and it has been a phenomenal success. It has received lots of praise from both fans and critics alike to the point that many fans ignore the existence of 2017’s Justice League.
The original movie was directed by Joss Whedon after Zack Snyder had to leave directing the film due to a personal tragedy. The original film received a mixed response from fans and critics.
While speaking to MTV News, Snyder talked about his decision to leave his name attached to the theatrical cut. Snyder revealed that he never considered taking his name off the 2017 film as Snyder simply wanted to honor the hard work his crew put into making the film.
Did I fight it? I don’t know if I even thought about it. I mean, in retrospect, maybe that would have been a thing I could’ve done, but my friends were all in it and everyone worked so hard. I never saw it. Maybe if I had seen it I might have wanted to take my name off it.
Hopefully, with the massive success of the Snyder Cut version of Justice League, fans might get to see more Justice League movies from Zack Snyder in the future.