Now, Snyder is turning his attention to ‘Army of the Dead’ on Netflix, but he is still contemplating his ‘Justice League’ journey. In a new interview with The Times, Snyder recalls concerns that he would get in trouble for supporting the “Release the Snyder Cut” movement. After all, it was a campaign against the WB, and he had a contract with them. “I was more worried about the studio going to sue me. That they would do something to silence me.”
That didn’t happen. Instead, Warner Bros. has finally released Snyder’s ‘Justice League’ on their burgeoning streaming service. While the studio may not have been pleased with Snyder’s initial involvement in the movement, he did give it some legitimacy. Previously, there was a question of whether the Snyder Cut existed or was just a myth. However, once Snyder confirmed it, fans pushed for the release even more and won a big advantage. It was the “Release the Snyder Cut” campaign that convinced the WB, and Snyder’s support helped strengthen it.