On this installment of the Big Picture Podcast, FilmBuffOnline Editor-in-Chief Rich Drees and FilmBuffOnline Contributing Editor Natasha Bogutzki are joined by FilmBuffOnline Comic Book Film Editor emeritus and all around bad boy Bill Gatevackes to discuss Zack Snyder’s Justice League, the director’s four-hour long reworking of the superhero team-up film he had to leave due to a family tragedy. We talk about what does and doesn’t work in this new iteration of the film and if this is the version that would have been released theatrically if Snyder had not had to depart the project prematurely.
The Snyder cut does improve on some things in the original, but is ultimately undone by directorial excess. [click for more]
Director Zack Snyder returns to finish off his superhero epic the way he intended and the results play to the director’s worst inclinations. [click for more]
Warners Contemplated Releasing Snyder’s Original Unfinished JUSTICE LEAGUE Cut, And They Should Have
It turns out that the studio’s first thought for releasing Zack Snyder’s original version of JUSTICE LEAGUE was to NOT invest another $70 million in it, and that might have been a good idea. [click for more]