Justice League underwent a lot of reshoots and rewrites when original director Zack Snyder stepped down in May 2017 and it's no secret that the film shown in theaters wasn't Snyder's original vision. There has been an ongoing chatter about his original cut for the film, and now, he even threw a slight shade at the theatrical cut of Justice League.
Snyder recently held a fan event on Vero where he live-streamed the Ultimate Edition of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Towards the end of the live event, he joked about wanting to see a sequel to the said film.
"I think they should make a sequel to this movie someday, that would be amazing," he said. "That would really be something else."
"Yeah, I wanna know what happens to these guys," he continued. "I mean, couldn't they eventually, I don't know, form some-" The stream got cut off before Snyder finished the sentence.
Of course, Batman v Superman did have a sequel, which was the Justice League. Synder's comments are also in line with teases he had made for his unreleased film. The director has been posting various never-before-seen photos and cut scenes from his version of the film since early 2018. This is what also launched the Snyder Cut movement, with multiple fans and even some of the crew, campaigning to see Snyder's original version of the Justice League.
The director certainly made a cheeky joke about a Batman v Superman sequel. That said, there seem to be no plans yet for the Snyder Cut release, but it shows just how many people have the desire to see it along with Snyder.