Zack Snyder’s cut of Justice League has already taken on mythical proportions in the two years since the blockbuster was released.
Jason Momoa, who debuted as Aquaman in Justice League, has now added further fuel to the fire, telling MTV News, “I’ve seen the Snyder Cut.”
This then led the interviewer to ask whether the visual effects in Snyder’s version of Justice League were actually complete, which then provoked Momoa to pithily respond with, "Oh, you don't think Zack couldn't finish...?"
Momoa then got a little cagey, but when he was asked whether or not he thinks the public will ever actually see Zack Snyder’s version of Justice League, he emphatically declared, "I think the public needs to see it.”
“I’m obviously indebted to Warners and DC and I don't know how they feel about it. But as a fan, I'm very, very happy I got to see it."
Then, when asked if Snyder’s Justice League “feel like a totally different movie” than the one that replacement director Joss Whedon conducted reshoots on and Warner Bros released to a muted response, Momoa then tantalizingly added, “Yeah.”
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One more push Jason Momoa gives us.
He saw Snyder Cut and said it's a totally different movie!
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Over the last few months the groundswell surrounding the Snyder Cut of Justice League has only become more and more intense. So much so, that it actually seems more than likely that this version of the blockbuster will eventually be seen in some form.
Snyder himself has leant his support to the growing online community that wants to see his Justice League, as he has repeatedly teased sequences and designs that were ultimately dropped by Whedon.
While we patiently wait for Zack Snyder’s Justice League to finally be released, fans of the director can at least rejoice with the news that his zombie heist movie Army Of The Dead actually will hit Netflix at some point in 2020.