After almost three years of mystery, conflicting rumors, and angry social media discourse, a version of Justice League reworked by original director Zack Snyder is actually coming together — a genuine “Snyder Cut.” But with some of the “release” campaign having gotten so divisive, not everyone is happy to see it get seemingly “rewarded.” Should that matter? The Big Picture looks at what happens now for the strange story of the hard-luck superhero team-up.

This is The Big Picture with Bob Chipman, talking about the Justice League “Snyder Cut” and its implications.

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Bob Chipman
Bob Chipman is a critic and author.

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    1. Rehire James Gunn had a similar campaign of people who just wanted to troll and actual people who wanted to support a director finishing his triology. When he was rehired we were all of the consensus this was right on at minimum an artistic level. So you didn’t like Snyders films and you think his fans are toxic because of trolls or your own personal experience can we just agree artistically this is a win. I think most marvel films are forgettable I still go out to watch them discuss them and enjoy them. If you don’t like his films that’s fine but again at a minimum this is a win for artists. But that’s my opinion

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