Ah, the Snyder Cut. By now, the fan hype surrounding Zack Snyder’s mythic director’s cut of Justice League, a movie he had to set aside for Joss Whedon to finish, has pretty much taken on a life all its own. But while some of us were preoccupied with presents and punch over the Christmas holiday, Snyder was busy on social media, dishing some interesting updates about the elusive movie to fans and even sharing some previously unseen images from his version.
In the movie's by-now familiar black-and-white photo teases, fans were treated to new looks at Ben Affleck’s Bruce Wayne, Henry Cavill’s Superman (apparently in a conversation with Jason Momoa’s Arthur Curry, aka Aquaman), and pair of shots featuring Ray Fisher’s Cyborg. Snyder reportedly shared the new shots via the Vero platform, and they were quickly snapped up and tweeted out by Justice League fans:
As divisive as it was for some (especially between critics and die-hard DC fans), one thing fans have learned from Justice League — or at least the wait for Snyder to evolve the movie into his idea of its final form — is patience. With a handful of the movie’s stars even getting in on the hype as recently as last month, we’re all pretty much in the same boat together, as we keep the vigil going for the release of the Snyder Cut. If only because we're all so curious to see what the fuss is all about.