It looks like DC Extended Universe director Zack Snyder approves the new theory running around saying that the filmmaker's original cut of Justice League is actually more complete than most would think.
There's been a lot of controversy surrounding Justice League and it's highly-debated Zack Snyder cut. Fans started searching for Snyder's version of the film ever following the DCEU installment's underwhelming critical and commercial reception. A lot of viewers felt cheated by the unnecessary jokes forcefully placed throughout the movie and many were upset by how some of the humor focused on objectifying Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman.
Fans then started demanding from Warner Brother's Zack Snyder's cut of Justice League, however, despite the many fan petitions that have popped around the internet, there have been stories saying that the cut doesn't exist or that it isn't available in a relevant form.
Earlier this week, Screen Rant put up an article suggesting that there's enough evidence to believe that a nearly-complete Snyder Cut of Justice League. The article was based on posts that Snyder made on social media while he was working on the film. The director had shared various behind-the-scenes posts on social media during the film's production, and they suggested that a Snyder cut of the film could have more or less existed.
Now it seems like the article has been making the rounds online, and has managed to find its way to Vero. Interestingly enough Snyder seems to have taken notice of the post on the social media platform.
Though this might not be an official confirmation that the Snyder Cut of Justice League, it certainly adds morale to the fans that are still waiting to see the director's version of the film. Fans have been firmly holding on to the belief that they might be able to see a better version of Justice League, and though Snyder's kept quiet about the whole affair, it's great to see a little hint that the Snyder Cut just might be there.