Quote of the Day, Zack Snyder Still Has A Few More Birds Left To Flip At Warner edition.

You would think this would eventually stop being funny:

“There is¬†Zack Snyder’s Justice League¬†‘Justice is Gray’ edition, which is the black and white version, which I’m a huge advocate of and huge admirer of. For me, it’s my favorite version of the movie. I understand that people want to see it in color, and that’s great, and I really want them to enjoy it in color. But for me, the ultimate version is the black and white IMAX version of the movie, which is sort of the penultimate ridiculous movie that shouldn’t exist at its highest most fetishistic level, and I really, really love that. And of course, the black and white version of Justice League will be released on HBO Max, at some point after release, I believe, and you’ll be able to see that somehow on, I don’t know how you’re gonna get to it but that’s the plan.

Bolding mine. Yeah, so Zack Snyder got to have a black and white version of his film finished and it was filmed in IMAX. Why? Because f*ck you, that’s why.

Moe Lane

PS: The sheer frustration and nigh-impotent fury in this AV Club post over the alleged sequel-hinting cliffhanger in The Snyder Cut is a wonder to behold. Let me add to it: how, exactly, are they supposed to demonstrate that JUSTICE LEAGUE didn’t make enough money to justify a sequel? No, AV Club: don’t answer right away. Think about it for a few minutes first.

PPS: What the hell did Joss Whedon do on the set to give Snyder this much power, and who sent Snyder the pictures?

3 thoughts on “Quote of the Day, Zack Snyder Still Has A Few More Birds Left To Flip At Warner edition.”

  1. Heh. On one paw, I liked quite a lot of Joss Whedon’s earlier work. The first several seasons of Buffy were weekly family viewing. (helped that Junior Cat was the right age, more or less)
    And that’s before we mention the whole Libertarian Space Cowboy thing ..
    Alas, just another unstable genius.
    That said .. and no heat Moe .. I’m just not enough of a fan of the overgrown boy scout to be all that interested in this Snyder feud or that Snyder cut thing .. other than, as per your post-post-script, as it pertains to the feud.
    Always interesting to watch the process as the deity transmogrifies back to mud. (or clay .. feet first)

  2. I doubt it will ever come out, but now I’m curious about the whole story behind all of this. Is it just the towering rage of one artist being wrought into a weapon of spite to be used against a rival? I mean, it is leaving quite a wake behind it, isn’t it?

    Almost bibical in fact. As you point out, Moe; what exactly did Whedon do and who else is involved?

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