San Diego Comic-Con is finally returning to the grand stage after a two-year absence and fans all around the globe are excited beyond belief to see what's in store for huge franchises like Marvel and DC at the geek extravaganza. Unsurprisingly, fans of the SnyderVerse are seeing SDCC as a massive opportunity for them to let their voices be heard by Warner Bros. Discovery.
Ahead of the anticipated event which officially kicks off this Thursday, July 21 and culminates on Sunday, July 24th, fans of the DC Extended Universe are relaunching the years-long campaign calling for the restoration of the SnyderVerse, a move that would allow Zack Snyder to finish his Justice League trilogy which has always been his vision.
Not only that, but the movement also calls for the release of David Ayer's cut of Suicide Squad as well as Ben Affleck's supposed solo Batman film, a project that ultimately turned into Matt Reeves' The Batman starring Robert Pattinson.
Twitter account @RtSnyderverse also teased the campaign invading Times Square in New York via Nasdaq Tower's billboard. Question is, will this movement make enough noise during SDCC weekend?
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Snyder "cultists" have been known for their dedication and there's no doubt that they'll do everything in their power for the SnyderVerse movement to succeed. Of course, we all know how stubborn WB executives are so it's best to keep lowered expectations even with Warner Discovery's reported interest in bringing some much-needed stability to the DC Extended Universe.
That said, both versions of Zack Snyder's Justice League are available for streaming on HBO Max.