Zack Snyder Talks Justice League With Grace Randolph

Zack Snyder has pulled back the curtain a bit more when it comes to the Snyder Cut of Justice League. In an exclusive interview with Beyond The Trailer’s Grace Randolph, the director gave fans some more insight into the process of finishing his complete version of the film, discussing everything from continuity – the concept being analogous to comic book runs – to the oft-mentioned runtime of 214 minutes, saying that it could be even longer. He also discussed his take on the individual Justice League members; his comments about the Stone family are of particular note, as he stated that his cut would feature Cyborg on a much larger journey throughout the film. Perhaps the biggest piece of news here is the possibility of another clip releasing at Justice Con this weekend, which will be akin to the previous footage featuring Wonder Woman.

Zack Snyder’s talk about continuity was pretty spot on, and I like his take on it in the context of his version of Justice League, as I hadn’t given that much thought until now. I especially like what he had to say about Ray Fisher and Cyborg. A few weeks ago, Fisher praised Snyder for allowing him “a seat at the creative table,” so it was great to see that respect and friendship reciprocated here. However, the biggest surprise was the hint at a new clip at this week’s Justice Con. I appreciate how giving he is with the fans, but I almost wish he’d hold back on any more footage. The last clip gave us a great sense, at least tonally, of what Snyder is going for, so hopefully, the new footage will serve the same purpose, should it be shown.

Did this interview excite you about Zack Snyder’s full vision for Justice League? What do you think about Snyder’s cut possibly exceeding 214 minutes? What are you looking forward to most about this long-awaited superhero epic? Let us know in the comments and stay safe and healthy as Geeks + Gamers brings you more movie and TV news!

Comments (1)

July 22, 2020 at 12:10 am

I hope Cyborg gets done justice (no pun intended) he was more like an object then an actual character in the movie. I actually shouted “HOW DARE YOU!” when he said the “Booyah” in the the end of the movie the first time I watched it. at least my brother got a good laugh about it xD

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