Zack Snyder's may not be having the best year with his daughter passing away and with Warner Bros. deciding to limit the director's creative influence over the DC Extended Universe, however other directors seem to continue to come to his side to support his work.
Noticing how The AV Club decided to post an article titled "What's the words movie you ever saw in the theater" with Snyder's Watchmen as its cover photo, Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson decidedto show his support, posting in strong opposition to the piece.
Taking to Twitter, the director wrote, "Pshaw. Watchmen is a masterpiece," defending Snyder's adaptation of Alan Moore's critically acclaimed comic book series.
Kevin McCarthy of Fox DC also agreed saying, yes, "Dylan in the opening credits. Snyder's masterpiece." Fans also came in to share what they thought of Watchmen, giving a solid nod to Derrickson's acknowledgement of Watchmen's value.
Though most Marvel and DC fans lash out at each other while fighting over which comicbook studio and cinematic universe stands better, this new report further proves that the people behind Marvel and DC have nothing but support for each other.
HBO is currently working on a Watchmen TV series with The Leftovers' Damon Lindelof as its showrunner.