The Snyder Cut Of The Justice League Movie Won't Be Released

Ever since Justice League came out last November, fans were disappointed by it because the movie had many reshoots and was edited by Joss Whedon.

Fans were hoping an original cut of the movie existed which was done by the original director Zack Snyder.

The Wall Street Journal has reported on some bad news as it sounds like the Zack Snyder cut of the Justice League movie does not actually exist.

Snyder did have a rough cut of the film back in 2016, but the rest of his scenes were never shot.

Furthermore, Snyder oversaw some of the new scenes that were added to the film that were eventually shot by Joss Whedon.

A source close to the matter said the following: "Who are these people who won’t stop talking about the magical Snyder cut that doesn’t exist?"

The report further went on to say that Warner Bros has no plans to release an alternate version of Justice League at all.

The report also says don't expect any news of the Justice League movie from Comic Con happening right now as the original cut of the film is the only version of it that we are ever going to see.

This is kind of sad news as it would have been interesting to see a different version of Justice League get released.

I was unhappy Danny Elfman did the score and would have liked an alternate cut that made Junkie XL the main composer of the film.

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