After years of speculation about the Snyder cut of League of Justice, the almost unrealized version of the film has finally been confirmed for HBO Max. It will not only bring closure for both the filmmaker and fans, but will also help increase subscriber numbers and general public interest for the upcoming streaming service, which was undoubtedly the driving force behind the decision.
Recognizing that the two-and-a-half year #ReleaseTheSnyderCut campaign was one of the main reasons WB finally decided to give in, the news marks one of the few times that any studio has bowed to unremitting pressure from fans, with the noticeable and completely justified exception of Sonic the Hedgehog.
The continued rise of social media and the coordinated campaigns of fans with their associated hashtags have given certain groups a greater sense of ownership and right over the properties they cherish, leading to the belief that a petition or attack on Online targeting a certain movie or franchise will eventually get them what they want.
Kevin Feige recently described today's modern internet culture as a "hell hole," and while Snyder Cut has become a reality, it seems Joss Whedon still won't escape fan rage for a while. In fact, people have even begun to destroy their copies of League of Justice theatrical editing and publication of the results online, and you can check some examples below.
– Joe Higgins (@DeadJoeFriday) May 21, 2020
Wb forgive me but this has to burn🙈🙈🙈🙈😬 pic.twitter.com/RkpcphdBae
– Drizzd # I❤️ZS Green Lantern 💚 (@ Drizzdhelpsrel1) May 21, 2020
– -Isaac- (@burbank_isaac) May 20, 2020
The Liga da Justiça do Zack Snyder will be launched in 2021.
– Jonny Sales (GeekBarba) (@geekbarba) May 20, 2020
Of all the useless things to celebrate the release of Snyder Cut, this definitely has to be there. These people are not only embracing the stereotypes associated with the so-called "toxic fandom", but the study ends up being the only real winners. These fans have certainly paid to see League of Justice in theaters and then they went in search of the Blu-Ray just to destroy it, and then they will inevitably pay a HBO Max subscription to catch the Snyder Cut the first day, before opening their wallets for the last time in case Studio eventually did. makes it available on home video for the rest of the world to enjoy.