Zack Snyder Releases Snyder Cut Sneak Peek

Justice League, Snyder Cut sneak peek, Wonder Woman

Diana’s about to make a discovery that will shake the nascent DC superhero team to their core. In an effort to promote the Snyder Cut of Justice League ahead of DC FanDome in August, Zack Snyder has posted a new clip from the upcoming version of the film, which is set to debut in 2021 […]

Snyder Cut of Justice League to Release on HBO MAX

Snyder Cut, Justice League

First, we learned that Tom Cruise is going to space. Then Nicolas Cage was cast as Joe Exotic. Now the Snyder Cut is a reality. On Zack Snyder’s Vero watch-along for Man of Steel, the director announced that at the Snyder Cut – now known as Zack Snyder’s Justice League – will premiere in 2021 […]

Zack Snyder Talks Justice League at BvS Screening

Zack Snyder, Batman v Superman

Zack Snyder has given us a peek behind the cape. During a Q&A for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Snyder finally revealed some things about his version of Justice League. One of the most interesting tidbits was that he and writer Chris Terrio had finished the script before the World’s Finest-centric movie was released. […]

Watchmen: Embracing a Darker Superhero Evolution


1978’s Superman: The Movie has stood as a symbol for the archetype of what people felt a superhero was supposed to be: save the citizens, beat the villain, stand tall as a guardian of righteousness. But somewhere along the line, perhaps having its roots ironically embedded into the cynicism of the early seventies, people began […]

Jason Momoa Talks Snyder Cut of Justice League

Jason Momoa, Aquaman, Justice League Snyder cut

Jason Momoa has been swimming in some mysterious waters throughout the Aquaman press junket, as he gave some details about his original Justice League arc, particularly as it pertains to Vulko. Some of the most intriguing things about film productions are the what if stories, the visions that were tossed aside in favor of others. In the […]

Why Zack Snyder Should Have Directed Thor: Ragnarok

Thor: Ragnarok is much, much more similar to an 80s B-Movie than I’d expected going in. Conceptually fascinating? Check. Quirky characters? Check. Shoehorned “chosen one” plot? Check. Weird storytelling decisions? Check. Despite being very entertaining, is ultimately disappointing given what could have been? Check. Directed by Taika Waititi, this film promised to be an ambitious and “completely different approach” to the […]