It's been so long since Warner Bros. released Justice League in cinemas, but somehow fans still haven't given up on the hope that the studio might finally release Zack Snyder's original cut of the movie. The petition for the Snyder Cut is very much alive, and it looks like Deadpool comic book creator Rob Liefeld has joined the rally.
Taking to Twitter earlier this week, Liefeld decided to respond to a fan who noticed how the comic book writer had been supporting the "Release the Snyder Cut" movement on social media.
"It's so easy....give us the cut!!" Liefeld wrote in his post.
Of course, this isn't the first time that the comic book creator joined the rally for the Snyder Cut. Earlier in July, Liefeld decided to share a piece about Crisis on Infinite Earths writer Jerry Ordway supporting the Snyder Cut, telling his followers on Twitter that "everyone wants it released."
For those who are new to the struggle, DC fans have been actively demanding for Justice League director Zack Snyder's unaltered and original version of the film ever since the comic book movie was released in 2017. The film was a major flop. Not only did Justice League pan out with fans and critics, but it also failed at the box office.
These failings were attributed to interference by Warner Brothers. Snyder decided to leave the film's reshoots to grieve the loss of his daughter, and soon enough, the studio swooped in with Joss Whedon who did major changes to the film.
Let's hope that WB finally gives in and releases the Snyder Cut of Justice League.