The Snyder Cut of the Justice League movie is very much in play, according to YouTube scooper Grace Randolph.
Tuesday saw the goofy rumor that the Snyder Cut is not happening, that Warner Bros. is never again going to work with Snyder, and also that Warner Bros. doesn't like the Snyder Cut fans.
I offered my response to the claims, and on Wednesday, Grace Randolph was asked about the Snyder Cut while participating in a "Ask Me Anything - Warner Bros." Q&A video.
I think that it will happen. I mean I can't guarantee it. I know that there has been discussions. I know what Zack Snyder wants. I think it's great. I think that it is certainly within Warner Bros.' budget. I think it really depends on how desperate Warner Bros. gets with HBO Max. I mean, nothing would sell that service like the Snyder Cut or now Zack Snyder's Justice League. I think it's still very much in play.
Big plans for Justice League Snyder Cut
Grace also previously said that Zack Snyder has big plans for his version of the Justice League movie that includes filming more scenes.
I've heard, again from my sources, that Snyder wants to shoot several new scenes that require VFX work. And of course, now they can't do that [because of the coronavirus]... From what I've heard of what he wants to add, it will mean the difference between diehard fans having the satisfaction of finally seeing it versus piquing the interest of even the casual fans and naysayers. It's that cool! He really has some cool ideas for what he wants to add to this.
Zack also recently teased his version of the Justice League movie at the end of his Batman vs. Superman live-stream watch party.
"You know what, I think they should someday make a sequel to this movie some day. That would be amazing. That would really be something else. Yeah. Want to know what happens to these guys. I mean... don't they eventually... I don't know... Form some..."
Rumor and speculation offer the Snyder Cut will get released on HBO Max and might even be announced when the streaming service launches in May.