This past Sunday, November 17th, on the 2-year anniversary release of Justice League movie, the stars banned together to further show solidarity in support of releasing the now highly-sought after “Snyder Cut” version of the film.
Actors Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), Ben Affleck (Batman) and Ray Fisher (Cyborg) all posted on their social media accounts exclusive images from the movie. Their post captions were all accompanied by the hashtag #ReleaseTheSnyderCut. The movement continued to further reinvigorate fan interest and demand for Warner Bros. to release director Zack Snyder‘s existing version of the film as the hashtag was the #1 trending item on Twitter for hours!
Prior to the collective star’s respective posts, other images and scenes have been showcased and teased. Most notably from actor Jason Momoa (Aquaman) via his own social media accounts and the director himself via his VERO account, his preferred social media platform of choice.
The actors’ united call for the release of the film should be deemed both newsworthy and noteworthy: it shows Warner Bros. that demand for the film is at an all-time high, especially with rumors swirling of the cut potentially heading to HBO Max, Warner Bros. streaming service – though no formal announcement has been made, as it is all speculation at the moment.
Furthermore, fellow stars Henry Cavill (Superman) and Ezra Miller (The Flash) were silent in regards to the solidarity posts. However, Cavill did make a statement with regards to his future as ‘Superman‘ ▪
Update: 11.19.19 – Actors Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (Black Manta) and Joe Manganiello (Deathstroke) as well as the film’s principal photographer and close personal friend of Snyder, Clay Enos, all joined the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement