Like most other filmmakers in Hollywood, Zack Snyder says he would love to be photographed Star wars functionality. After arguments with Warner Brothers during the development of Justice League, the beloved director isn’t sure he could pull off a whole production with Lucasfilm because of the ratings and direction he would inevitably receive from the studio.
âWhere it gets difficult is when you take a director with a personal point of view and ask them to be part of something that doesn’t require that,â Snyder said in a recent interview with Time. âThe fellow filmmaker? There are a lot of them and they are good. I just have a specific point of view. The lesson I’ve learned is that it’s much easier for me as a filmmaker to create a world and invite you to it. Instead of saying to me: “Let me put my cog in your wheel”. I would love to make a Star Wars movie, I know a lot about it – but I don’t think I would survive it.
Snyder is finally gone Justice League and was replaced by Avengers helmer Joss Whedon. Even though the studio opted to take Whedon for its theatrical release, Snyder has since been able to complete his version of the film thanks to a massive order from HBO Max.
In the same interview with Time, Snyder admitted that he believed Warner Brothers would end up suing him due to the fervent support of the #SnyderCut fandom.
“I was more afraid of the studio chasing me. Do something to silence me,” Snyder told the newspaper.
âHere’s the reality,â Snyder said. âThis fandom raised $ 750,000 for suicide prevention and mental health awareness. They saved lives. That’s a fact. But on the other hand, was it fun to provoke them? clickable thing? Yes. And they were an easy target. But they continue to fundraise. There aren’t many fan communities out there that have a primary focus, other than seeing a guy’s work they love. , realized that their other main goal was to raise awareness about mental health and suicide prevention.For me, it’s pretty hard to be mad at them.
Justice League by Zack Snyder is now streaming on HBO Max.
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