Zack Snyder Fires Back At Complaints Against His New Justice League

It looks like DC director Zack Snyder has no patience for critics who've been busy shredding into the new trailer for the director's version of the Justice League.

Sure, DC fans and critics might be eager to see what Snyder really wanted for the DC team-up movie, it seems like one journalist wasn't entirely impressed by the trailer for the upcoming Snyder Cut of Justice League.

The journalist heavily criticized the footage, and it seems like Snyder wasn't particularly fond of the feedback given.

Taking to Twitter, Snyder responded to Scott Mendelson's "thoughts" on the new Justice League trailer and how it looks similar to the theatrical release of the DC Extended Universe's iteration of the movie.

Angered by Mendelson's post, Snyder decided to fire shots at the journalist, saying that the Snyder Cut wasn't for him because it is "made for grownups, so you're not in the demographic. Also, cool of you to comment on a leaked teaser."

You can check out the full tweet down here:

It seems like Snyder doesn't feel like he has the team to deal with Mendelson. That, or he's pent up with criticism over his work in the DC.

What do you think? Should Snyder have responded to Mendelson on social media, or should he have just let the journalists' comments about the Justice League slide?

Feel free to let us know your thoughts on the issue in the comment section below.

Zack Snyder's Justice League is set for release on HBO Max in 2021.

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