Zack Snyder's Justice League will have 'Zero Studio Compromises'

Ever since Batman v Superman, the DCEU entries have been getting some heavy studio meddling from Suicide Squad to Justice League. With HBO Max set to release Zack Snyder's Justice League next year, it's been revealed that this version will have ‘zero studio compromises'.

This was an exchange that Snyder had with a fan asking how his 2021 Justice League would have been different from the 2017 version, should it have been released:

While I'm glad that Snyder is going to be able to release something that is true to his creative decisions, I can't help but get worried that this film might get carried away in some points—pretty much like how George Lucas admitted he ‘went too far' in terms of the Star Wars prequels.

Personally, I think studios are necessary to keep directors in check when it comes to their work, but seeing that WB had infamously fumbled with the DCEU, it's going to be great to see Snyder's creative side really flourish. I'm just hoping that fans will love the end result earnestly.

If it does come out bad though, I'd prefer that we got something that was in the same vein as Man of Steel and Batman v Superman rather than what we got with the theatrical cut of Justice League.

No release date has been announced, but Zack Snyder's Justice League is set to hit HBO Max sometime in 2021.

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