Avengers: Endgame director REACTS to Justice League Snyder Cut; Says all their MCU releases are director's cut

Avengers: Endgame co-director Joe Russo reacted to the news of Justice League Snyder Cut's release. He also opened up about his experience of working with Marvel Studios.
Avengers: Endgame director REACTS to Justice League Snyder Cut; Says all their MCU releases are director's cut
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DC Extended Universe fans were blessed with the news of the Zack Snyder cut of Justice League releasing on HBO's online streaming platform. The announcement was made after fans campaigned for the Justice League Snyder Cut's release for over two years. While fans and the stars featuring in Justice League have expressed their joy over the Snyder Cut's release, Avengers: Endgame co-director Joe Russo was asked his thoughts on the development in the DC camp. The filmmaker said it is "always great" to see the director's vision transpire on the screen. 

Speaking with ComicBookMovie.com, Joe revealed, "I think it's always great when a director's original vision can find its way to the screen." The director added that Marvel Cinematic Universe movies don't have the concept of director's cut for the ones released in the theatres are the final cuts. 

"We have been very, very fortunate in our careers that everything we did for Marvel, we would call our director's cuts. They were very gracious and deferential, and very supportive of our vision for those movies, and there's nothing sitting on the editing room floor that we suddenly want back into those films. We worked very hard at what the current cut of those movies are, so we're very fortunate to have released our director's cut on all four of those films," he revealed. 

Meanwhile, Snyder was thrilled that he will be presenting his version of the Justice League. Following the announcement of the movie's online streaming platform release, Snyder told The Hollywood Reporter, "It will be an entirely new thing, and, especially talking to those who have seen the released movie, a new experience apart from that movie. You probably saw one-fourth of what I did." 

Anonymous 9 months ago

Taika Watiti talked about his Thor Ragnarok director's cut that he hoped they would release on DVD which they never did. Also Joss Whedon was very openly, publicly upset with how they forced him to change Age of Ultron.

Anonymous 9 months ago

You guys are all crazy you need to settle down it's action just enjoy it no matter what it is director's cut or not Marvel or DC

Anonymous 9 months ago

The fact that all MCU movies are director's cuts is nothing to be proud of. So many MCU movies are garbage, and the fact that they are all cuts makes it even more pathetic

Anonymous 9 months ago

u are a real idiot****.dc fan boy

Anonymous 9 months ago

You mad bro?

Anonymous 9 months ago

You mad bro?

Anonymous 9 months ago

But yet somehow all their movies gross over a billion dollars on average

Anonymous 9 months ago

Said no One ever

Anonymous 9 months ago

What really needs to happen after the Zach Snyder cut of Justice League is released, reshoot Batman v. Superman and release that version.

Anonymous 9 months ago

I think it's DCs micro management. All they need is an overarching plan that the directors have to stick to and not change every thing.

Anonymous 9 months ago

Yeah the DCEU is garbage compared to the MCU. Not for lack of trying, Marvel just had a MASSIVE head start.

Anonymous 9 months ago

Ultimate Edition, the R-rated version, is Snyder's director's cut.

Anonymous 9 months ago

Watch Ultimate Edition

Anonymous 9 months ago

Said no one ever

Anonymous 9 months ago

You see a movie in the theatre and spend $10/ticket plus costs for snacks and drinks (another $5-$15?) but you can't afford to purchase HBO Max for 1 month at $15?

Anonymous 9 months ago

Who went to theater and watched it? Snyder's version can't be much better. I do think he did a great job on the Watchmen.

Anonymous 9 months ago

Yes, saying that is like saying they've lost a large audience because you need to buy cinema tickets to see it.

Anonymous 9 months ago

Whoa can't spend spend $15? You probably had the latest iPhone too, don't you?

Anonymous 9 months ago

Lost a large audience? Settle down Karen.

Anonymous 9 months ago

You have lost a large audience since this is only on HBO streaming. Not everyone can afford the streaming service.

Anonymous 9 months ago

Considering that one month of HBO cost less than a movie ticket I’m not sure of your move here. This is usually when the streaming service will gain more viewers and keep some even long term after this airs. Maybe switch from Netflix to HBO for a while during this and enjoy some different content.

Anonymous 9 months ago

You get a free trial

Anonymous 9 months ago

Free trial? No? You make absolutely no sense.

Anonymous 9 months ago

For the most part If you have cable with hbo you have hbo max..

Anonymous 9 months ago

Lol you do know it’s gonna be free somewhere besides HBO right?

Anonymous 9 months ago

Lost a large audience? Settle down Karen.

Anonymous 9 months ago

They always have free trials. Wait for the release and then sign up for the trial. Pretty simple.