Warning: if you haven't seen Zack Snyder's Justice League, this article contains MAJOR SPOILERS so read at your own risk!
I'm already putting this out there: Zack Snyder's Justice League is easily one of the best DCEU films ever made and it's pretty rewarding especially if you've been a believer of the Snyder Cut movement since day one. The film's 4-hour runtime may be a little too intimidating to some but believe me, 4 hours will pass you by like nothing, and by the end of the film, you'll find yourself wanting more because it's that good.
Speaking of the film's good bits, Bruce Wayne's Knightmare vision is definitely one of the highlights of the film. Initially, fans thought that Batman's view of a dystopian future was either set in an alternate timeline or just a plain nightmare that isn't going to happen. Apparently not as Zack Snyder's original plans for Justice League 2 & 3 pretty much confirm that the Knightmare is a foreshadowing of things to come.
In the film's grand epilogue, it's revealed that Superman has turned his back on the league following the death of Lois Lane. Now, the surviving remaining members of the team Batman, Flash, Cyborg, and Mera have joined forces with Deathstroke and Joker to plot a scheme in order to defeat Darkseid.
Mera, who's still grieving the loss of Arthur at the hands of Darkseid vows to make him pay. She and Bruce would later get into a brief argument where she insists that the caped crusader has never truly experienced loss, asking him: "who have you ever loved?" Joker would then chime in to say that Bruce has in fact experienced what it's like to lose someone. Joker later mentions Wayne's deceased parents, Robin, and a shocking character who he claims died thanks to him.
The character we're talking about is none other than Lois Lane. Now, you may be baffled by the idea but Snyder's plans for the sequels involve a romance between Bruce and Lois and it was in fact confirmed by the director himself. Considering Snyder's supposed sequel may no longer see the light of day, it'll be interesting to see if the DCEU will end up drawing inspiration from his controversial vision. I guess only time will tell.
Zack Snyder's Justice League is now available for streaming on HBO Max.
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