After Zack Snyder stepped down from the production of Justice League, Joss Whedon took over the director's duties. When the film was released, Justice League received mediocre reviews and became the least successful entry in the DCEU at the time.
For years, it was rumoured that Snyder had his own cut that was dramatically different to what was theatrically released. Snyder supporters believed this fabled version of Justice League was everything a DC fan could dream of. However, there were many skeptics who were dubious of the cut's existence. Even if it the cut was real, why would it be any different than the Justice League we saw?
According to the photography director, Fabian Wagner, Whedon only used 10% of Snyder's footage. Considering the film was only two hours long, this means Whedon used 12 minutes of Snyder's 214 minute-cut. Snyder's Justice League isn't "a cut". It's a TOTALLY different movie!
When Snyder left, Warner Bros. had many scenes removed, deeming them unessential. But they were mistaken. Snyder didn't throw in scenes for fun or to satisfy hardcore fans; he was expanding the DC universe. Here are ten scenes that Warner Bros. foolishly removed from Snyder's Justice League.
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