During his panel discussion at JusticeCon — a convention devoted to Justice League — apart from showcasing a new black-clad Superman, director Zack Snyder also commented on the nature of his Snyder Cut, particularly in reference to Joss Whedon‘s later work on the film. Explaining how true it is to his original vision, Snyder assured fans that the alternative cut is purely his work, with no external influence from Whedon.
“I would destroy the movie, I would set it on fire, before I would use a single frame that I did not photograph [in my version],” Snyder said. “That is a f*cking hard fact. I literally would blow that thing up, if I thought for a second…Anything you see in this movie that reminds you of the theatrical release — which again, famously, I literally have never seen — would be because that was a thing that I had done, and was being borrowed for whatever, that Frankenstein’s monster that you got in the theater.”
Watch the entire panel above while you wait for Justice League: The Snyder Cut to hit HBO Max in 2021.
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