17 Jul 2018 8:36 PM +00:00 UTC

Justice League Storyboard Artist Reveals New Frame From Snyder Cut Of The Movie

There might be very little hope of seeing a Zack Snyder cut of Justice League, however, everyone's still holding out for the filmmaker's version of the DCEU film and it looks like storyboard artist Jay Oliva continues to feed those hopes.

The Justice League crew member has been openly saying that a Snyder cut of the DC Extended Universe superhero movie actually does exist, and from time to time Oliva has been feeding hope to fans on social media.

Gearing up for this year's San Diego Comic-Con International, Oliva decided to share an image taken from one of the original storyboards of Snyder's original version of Justice League. In the photo, fans get to see a part of the scene where Cyborg (Ray Fisher)tries to separate the Unity, a set of three motherboxes which has the power to destroy an entire planet.

In the caption, Oliva tells DC fans to stay safe during the San Diego Comic-Con and to remember to "#LoveWhatYouLove and respect each other's fandoms."

Check out the photo down here:


Of course, this post doesn't necessarily mean that DC fans are going to see the Snyder Cut at SDCC. Warner Brothers wouldn't want an alternative cut of their film going around though there have been a lot of fans clamoring for a Snyder Cut of Justice League.

Justice League is currently available on Blu-Ray and DVD.

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