Deborah Snyder Praises 'Snyder Cut' DC Fans For Suicide Prevention Efforts

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It's been years since Justice League completed its theatrical release, but fans are still campaigning for the Snyder Cut. Over the past few years, the "Release the Snyder Cut" movement has gained so much traction that it's resulted in multiple online petitions, airplane banner advertising, and billboard campaigns. DC fans looking for the Snyder Cut of Justice League have even gone as far as donating to suicide prevention foundations.

Taking to Vero, Deborah Snyder, Zack Snyder's wife, and production partner decided to share a picture featuring the various donations that the people behind the Snyder Cut movement have made to the American Suicide Prevention. According to Deborah, the Snyder family is nothing but "awestruck and humbled" by the efforts made by the Snyder Cut fans.


"We are so touched by how much these amazing people have raised for Suicide Awareness and Prevention. Awestruck and humbled," Deborah wrote on her post.

For those who haven't been following the Snyder Cut campaign, Zack Snyder had to leave the production of Justice League to grieve over the loss of his daughter who had committed suicide early in 2017. Snyder left during before the start of the film's reshoots, and Warner Brothers swooped in together with Avengers director Joss Whedon. Most of the film's scenes were changed, resulting in a high-budget comic book movie that eventually became a flop. Since then, fans have been calling for Warner Brothers to release Snyder's cut of the movie, knowing that the director had very different intentions for the movie.

Though it seems unlikely that Warner Brothers will officially make the release, it's definitely lovely to see DC fans using the "Release the Snyder Cut" campaign for good.


DC's next film, Joker, premieres on October 10, 2019.

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