It looks like Warner Brothers is actually considering the release of an extended cut of Justice League, except it might not be the one that fans have been looking for.
Mario F. Robles, a self-proclaimed freelance writer IGN andThe Splash Report, went on Twitter to claim claim that the studio is actually mulling over the decision to release Justice League with an extended version of the film's theatrical cut.
According to the post, the Warner Brothers is thinking of packaging the film as part of a Superman trilogy, mixing in a copy of Man of Steel, Batman v Superman and an extended cut of JL along with the superhero team-up movie's home release.
Given that the post doesn't come from an official source, fans ought to take the rumor with a grain of salt. There still might be hope for a Zack Snyder cut of Justice League, well, if fans try to petition hard enough and shake it out of Warner Brother's side desk (if it's there, that is).
Justice League hasn't been doing as well as hoped for, and a lot of the blame has been placed on the studios head after higher-ups decided to hand over the reins of Justice League's reshoots to the "fake feminist" director Joss Whedon. Fans have been demanding Snyder's cut of the film, but there have been conflicting reports on whether the cut actually exists.
Justice League is currently screening in cinemas.