Justice League Snyder Cut: Sequels might be like this
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Justice League Snyder Cut: Sequels might be like this

Justice League Snyder Cut: Sequels might be like this

The Zack Synder Cut of the superhero film Justice League started on March 18th. Actually, two sequels were planned and now the director has revealed to Zack Synder how he wanted to continue the story. Justice League Snyder Cut

It won’t be long before the 4-hour version of the film Justice League starts, this time entirely by director Zack Synder. Although sequels are unlikely, he now revealed how the story would have continued in the two planned sequels.

Attention! Here are spoilers!

As Zack Snyder already revealed, his version of Justice League ends with a cliffhanger. Because actually two sequels were planned. Part 2 would have been very dark. In this film, the Legion of Doom, consisting of Dr. Poison, Black Manta, Ocean Master, Captain Cold, and the Riddler Aquaman, and Wonder Woman are killed. Superman would have killed Lex Luthor under the control of the chief villain Darkseid. The Riddler was supposed to commit suicide after solving the mystery of the anti-life equation. And cyborg would have been torn in half.

In the third part of the Justice League trilogy, Flash was supposed to travel back in time to try to get everything back on track. But we probably never get to see this story. Warner Bros. is currently pursuing different plans for the DC comic universe. In addition to a new film about Batman with Robert Pattinson as the Dark Knight and a reboot of Superman, there is apparently no room for sequels to Justice League. It might also be confusing for viewers to see multiple versions of Batman and Superman. Justice League Snyder Cut

But who knows, maybe Zack Synder’s Justice League will be so popular that Warner Bros. will reconsider and let the director shoot his two sequels. A new edition of Justice League finally appeared utopian at the beginning۔

Source: Dark Horizons

Justice League Snyder Cut: Sequels might be like this
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