With SnyderCon weekend officially beginning later on today, The Cultured Nerd family and I wanted to take a look back at the entire journey of the SnyderVerse.
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Why Ray Fisher’s Cyborg in Zack Snyder’s Justice League is important for black representation
With “Zack Snyder’s Justice League” releasing later this week, director Zack Snyder has just dropped the film’s last trailer online. Heartfelt lines, gorgeous cinematography, and show-stopping action punctuate nearly every second of the two-and-a-half-minute run-time, complete with a few iconic cameos and teases to top it all off.
Zack Snyder admitted he has never seen Joss Whedon’s version of “Justice League,” and most likely never will. He’ll also be skipping the paycheck in order to have complete creative control in order to make the film he originally sought out to do in 2017.
“Buffy” and “Angel” actor Charisma Carpenter calls out Joss Whedon, claiming he “abused his power on numerous occasion.” Carpenters remarks received an outpour of support, most notably from “Buffy”cast mates and actor Ray Fisher, who has recently voiced his own issues with Joss Whedons behavior on the set of 2017’s Justice League.
Zack Snyder Shows off a new image of an armored Cyborg that features a quote by Martian Manhunter.
Fans patiently waiting to find out when Zack Snyder’s Justice League would be released on HBO Max were just given an official release date along with some very intriguing posters by the director, Zack Snyder.
Zack Snyder teases a theatrical release and R rating for his version of Justice League, which includes some f-bombs from Batman and Cyborg, and people being “chopped in half”.
Ray Fisher has been the most vocal Justice League cast members against what occurred during Joss Whedon’s reshoots, now the actor pulls the curtain back even more on the result of those infamous reshoots.