Warner Bros. is currently making a lot of moves regarding their DCEU projects including the shocking cancellation of the Batgirl film despite already being shot and deep into post-production. There are fans who are wondering whether the studio will also consider bringing back the "Snyder-verse." However, it looks like that is not really the case according to a new update.
In a recent report from Rolling Stone, they revealed that Warner Bros. Discovery has been distancing themselves from Zack Snyder and his cut of Justice League. An example that they provided is when documentarian Leslie Iwerks asked the studio to license clips from Zack Snyder's Justice League for a film about DC history and they responded by saying that the only Justice League film is the 2017 theatrical version.
This is another sign that Warner Bros. Discovery has no plans to "restore the Snyder-verse" despite the numerous campaigns from fans who are still pushing for the studio to continue Snyder's vision for the DCEU after the release of Zack Snyder's Justice League last year.
The studio is currently in the midst of reshaping and reevaluating the future of the franchise now that they are under the new leadership of Warner Bros. Discovery. They are expected to make more decisions on the future of the DCEU projects which we may find out in either today's earnings calls or in the coming weeks or months.
With the studio distancing itself from Snyder, it is also an indication that they will have a new vision for the DCEU moving forward and a new take on the Justice League if ever they'll decide to do another attempt at making a film surrounding them.
Zack Snyder's Justice League is available to stream on HBO Max.