'Justice League': Jason Momoa says release the 'f***ing Snyder cut', fans love that King of Atlantis has spoken
Jason Momoa's rant went viral after he bombarded Warner Bros with the F-bomb
The 'Snyder Cut' campaign has been going strong for around three years now, ever since 'Justice League' released. The film was, well, thrashed by fans and critics alike. But hope was ignited when speculation began to circulate that the original director Zack Snyder had a different version of the film, compared to the one that was released. Snyder had to step aside from the project due to a personal tragedy and Joss Whedon took over. The end result was a blubbery mess.
Fans are desperate to believe that a better version of the film exists somewhere and that it deserves to be released. Snyder has added fuel to the fire by sharing unseen images from the film that never made it to the theatrical release. While Henry Cavill remains disinterested in the idea of a Snyder Cut being released, Jason Momoa, who played Aquaman in the film was seen in a video where he said, "Just release the f***ing Snyder Cut. Just do it already, please!" In the video, he misspelled Snyder's name, as Synder. Of course, that didn't go unnoticed by fans.
Of course, fans got even more excited and are convinced that this version of the film will be released. Fans began to share the video on Twitter and wrote, "#ReleaseTheSnyderCut!"
"He got the wrong hashtag," a fan noted. "This is the greatest tease ever. It's TRUE. Its fucking true," a fan tweeted. "The King Of Atlantis has spoken," another fan wrote. "Ohhh Aquaman! Just steal it and release it," a fan wrote.
But unless Snyder's version of 'Justice League' follows a completely different storyline, with better character development and less stilted dialogues, is it really worth it? You have to believe Cavill here, who felt that he would rather focus on the future. In a 2018 interview to Yahoo! UK he said, "I don’t know if (a Snyder cut) actually exists so the only way I can look at it is as a business model, and I don’t know what difference it’s going to make. There are stories to be told, which need to be told and adjustments that can be made, but that’s not going to make any difference. They’re not going to release it into cinemas and so they’re not going to suddenly make an extra few hundred million," Cavill noted. "So it would be interesting to see what the difference is, but I’d rather focus on the future rather than what’s been."
Team Cavill. Sorry.