"Restore The SnyderVerse" Arise After WB Executive Shuts It Down

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The fans are on it again as they call for #RestoreTheSnyderVerse around social media after Warner Bros. Executive shoots down the idea of continuing the SnyderVerse saying that they are excited for the plans that they currently have for DCEU that are under development right now.

"Restore The SnyderVerse" Arise After WB Executive Shuts It Down
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The fans campaigned the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut calling for the release of Zack Snyder's Justice League and they were victorious as their call was answered with the release of the Snyder Cut last week on HBO Max.

In an interview with Variety, WarnerMedia Studios CEO Ann Sarnoff said that the Snyder Cut completes the trilogy of Zack Snyder, following the Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Sarnoff says that the studio is excited about their plans for the future of DCEU and for the upcoming films within the Extended Universe such as The Suicide Squad of James Gunn, The Flash movie, Aquaman 2, Black Adam, and Shazam! Fury of the Gods.

Throughout the interview, Warner Bros. seems to be firm on their plans for DCEU, and collaboration with Snyder is not part of that plan. In the same interview, Sarnoff commented that they are listening to the fans but they are not tolerating any threats from them as she said that such behavior is unacceptable and "reprehensible no matter what franchise you're talking about or what business you're talking about."

Still, the fans are really going for it as the hype of the recently released Justice League Snyder Cut is still present and it may be too early for the campaign but given that they called for the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut for years, the fans are not giving up and with the turn of events with their previous call, it's safe to say, nothing is impossible.

Justice League Snyder Cut's Black-And-White version of the film, Justice is Gray, is now streaming on HBO Max.

Related: Justice League Snyder Cut Black-And-White "Justice Is Gray" Edition Now Streaming On HBO Max