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Justice League’s Snyder Cut is the DC Universe’s last chance to get good, not a ‘toxic precedent’

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23.05.2020

2017’s ‘Justice League’ is considered to be one of the biggest flops in cinema history, but being $60 million short of the ‘break-even’ point was only part of the story. It met with a very mixed reception from critics, and fans couldn’t get behind it. The film – about one of the biggest superhero teams in comics – simply failed to deliver on what it had set up, and that seemed to be the resounding failure. This was especially disappointing considering it was co-written by Joss Whedon, who made the first ‘Avengers’ film such a success.

‘Justice League’ was mired in tragedy and setbacks during production that likely spelled doom for the first edition from the outset. Director Zack Snyder’s daughter tragically passed away, leading to him stepping off the film. Whedon took over, reshoots were ordered, and the film emerged a mess. After that, dedicated fans of Snyder’s work on the DC universe movies began to push for the release of his version of the film, believing the details of Snyder’s original vision would be far superior to what Whedon had slapped together.

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