The DC Fandome was a virtual monument to ALL things DC. From the comics to the movies to the TV shows all facets of the DC universe were covered. None however was more anticipated than the panel for Justice League: The Snyder Cut. Justice League was released in 2017 and was poorly received by critics and scored a meager 40% on RottenTomatoes.com .
Most fans agree that this could have been an amazing movie but the films original director, Zack Snyder, stepped down and handing the reins to Avengers director Joss Wheaton, However,The film earned $657 million worldwide against a break-even point of $750 million, a box office disappointment. The film received mixed reviews from critics, who praised the action sequences and performances but criticized the plot, writing, score, pacing, villain, and computer animation.There was enough of the film made though to create a huge online and physical outcry for a Snyder cut of the movie. Four years later we will have that cut of the movie.
The panel started with Snyder himself thanking the fans for their support and answering some fan questions. The fan questions were sent in via email or twitter and asked by the cast of the movie. Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Ray Fisher, Ezra Miller and Gal Gadot were all there asking the questions of the director.
What panel would be complete without a sneak peek of the new movie and Mr. Snyder happily obliged. For a full two minutes and thirty two seconds he held my attention and captivated my imagination. The Start of it featured what appeared to be Darkside and it moved on from there to include, among other things, Superman in his black suit and lines of dialogue not heard in the previous iteration of the movie. It was almost like a whole newmovie was being presented. This looks like a movie I can sink my teeth into and I can not wait for release. The visuals alone look amazing and the fact that Snyder said that it will be divided into four one hour parts on HBO max making for a huge movie. I for one can not wait.
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