An Official Website to Support The Zack Snyder Cut of Justice League is Here!

A SS from WebsiteYes, it’s true. Fans of DCFU and Zack Snyder were really pissed from the moment Justice League hit the theatres. While some of them liked it, the critics and many fans claimed that this was a forced Joss Wheadon cut.

Joss was brought in to complete Justice League when Zack stepped down from the film to handle family loss. Joss in every interview said that he will make sure that Justice League remains Zack’s film and he’ll just do some reshoots to make it better.

And then he fired Junkie XL, the then music composer of the film and replaced him with Danny Elfman. The fans’ suspicions only grew larger after that with the news of expensive and extended reshoots done in the film.

Later when the film finally released, it received negative reviews from critics as well as fans. And hence the fight to RELEASE THE SNYDER CUT began. Fans argued over the changed color and thematic tone of the movie and demanded the Justice League cut that Snyder wanted.

A petition on Change.org was started asking WB to release a Snyder Cut. The petition got positive response from the fans with 164K signatures to it.  And now one of fans – Fiona (@fukujang0627) decided to take it to the next level. She has created a website – forSnyderCut.org – to show the support for Zack Snyder’s Justice League Cut.

The website is still in works but a teaser of the website was released by Fiona herself on her twitter account.

Fiona is one of the few fans who are followed by Zack Snyder himself on social website Vero. She has confirmed that there exists a Snyder Cut for sure with Junkie XL’s original score.

So far it is said that an extended version of the film will come out on Blu-ray but that will be of the Wheadon’s cut and no information about Snyder’s has been revealed.

I wish Fiona best of luck in her fight for the Snyder’s Cut and wish that she succeeds.

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