Jason Momoa Says Snyder Cut Of Justice League “Sick”

Jason Momoa’s Says Snyder Cut Of Justice League "Sick"

We all have seen Justice League and we all agree that the movie was lackluster when it comes to the version that his the big screen.

To be honest, the big-screen adaptation of Justice League was a disappointment on almost every level, and now that Jason Momoa has seen it, DCU fans want to see Snyder’s original vision for the project even more. Read on since Jason Momoa’s Says Snyder Cut Of Justice League “Sick”…

CelebNMovies247.com reports that Aquaman star Jason Momoa has seen Zach Snyder’s cut of Justice League and he can’t stop raving about how awesome it is.

Jason Momoa took to Instagram to reveal this:

Well, let’s be honest if it wasn’t for this man we wouldn’t have Aquaman I love u, Zachary Snyder. Mahalo for showing me the Synder cut. Here is a token of my appreciation. Leica Q2 for inspiring me as an artist through and through @leicacamerausa I wish I was a better actor but I can’t lie. The Snyder cut is ssssiiicccckkkkkk #luckymesucksforu #q2 #leicaforlife @cruelfilms aloha j

If you recall, the studio fired Snyder due to a family tragedy just months before the movie was set to be released. They then hired Joss Whedon who took liberties by re-writing huge amounts of the script and handling extensive reshoots. The film ended up costing a massive $300 million, and when Justice League was finally released it ended up becoming the lowest-earning entry in the DCEU to date. We can all thank Whedon for a chop and screwing the movie to become the trash it is today. JL should have been a guaranteed billion-dollar hit, but that is what the studio got for putting Whedon on a Snyder project. You just don’t do that, it’s movie suicide.

Since the release of Justice League DCU fans have been vocal about wanting a Zach Snyder cut of Justice League. It appears that maybe the studio is finally listening to fans demands to see Snyder’s original vision for the project.

Right now, only Jason has seen it. So it will be interesting if a compromise will ever be reached that allows the filmmaker to finally complete the movie he was originally hired to direct half a decade ago.

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