Some unfinished form of the so-called ‘Snyder Cut’ of “Justice League” would appear to exist, and now the film’s co-writer Chris Terrio has finally spoken about it… sort of.
While much of the cast and some of the crew have weighed in on this ongoing saga, Terrio has remained fairly quiet on the whole thing. Having helped script Snyder’s version of the film and currently out promoting “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker” which he co-wrote with J.J. Abrams, he spoke with Polygon and suggests news will be forthcoming:
“I have [thoughts about the Snyder Cut of ‘Justice League’]! I do have them, but I won’t talk about it right now. We’ll have a date in a couple of months, and we’ll talk about it then. Because, you know, that is a really interesting topic that I have not spoken about yet.”
Terrio offered similar comments to UPROXX, evading the question by saying he will talk about it at a future date and can’t really say anything at the moment.
Meanwhile “Justice League” cinematographer Fabian Wagner has also weighed in with a surprising factoid. In a recent Q&A (via Twitter), he revealed that only “maybe 10%” of what was shot with Snyder made it into the finished “Justice League” film. That doesn’t mean 90% of Whedon’s version is new – the existing theatrical cut merely making use of alternate dialogue and versions of existing scenes for some of that.
In any case, it sounds like some official news will be coming sometime early in the new year.
Source: The Playlist