'Zack Snyder's Justice League': Who is Amanda Maud? Actor's 'touching' scene was cut in Joss Whedon version

'You were in the movie. Your scenes made me tear up, and that's not easy to do,' said a fan on Twitter


                            'Zack Snyder's Justice League': Who is Amanda Maud? Actor's 'touching' scene was cut in Joss Whedon version
Amanda Maud's headshot and a still from 'Zack Snyder's Justice League,' featuring the Eurasian- American actor (Facebook/HBO Max)

One of the actors who never made it to the final cut in Joss Whedon's version of the 'Justice League' but was a very important part in 'Zack Snyder's Justice League' was Eurasian- American actor, Amanda Maud. With the movie trending on Twitter, the actress took to the platform to ask viewers if she was in the cut.

"#SnyderCut I was cut from the Wheedon version. Can someone please let me know if I'm in this version? Trying to figure out how to view it but please let me know if I made this cut. I'm the single mom waitress in Cyborg's back story," her tweet read and immediately triggered a plethora of responses.

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Who is Amanda Maud?

Maud plays a waitress in the film. A doting mother, struggling to make ends meet, Maud's character is helped by Cyborg when he explores his powers to do good in the world. The montage sees Maud have a good time with her son despite the hardships and one day finds herself locked out of her house after she fails to pay the rent.

Victor Stone (Ray Fisher) after being 'reborn' as Cyborg has the ability to hack into any machine and he tinkers with an ATM. Right after that, Maud's account with a paltry amount of money suddenly shows a balance of millions of dollars.

Maud's Facebook has some information and images about her acting career. She is also a theatre artist. Maud, however, is uncredited even on IMDb for her role in the film.

Amanda Maud (Facebook)

 

"You’re performance is bringing empathy and tears. Thanks for the contribution!" read one of the tweets. "You are there & that scene was the first to truly move me. Thank you for being a part of this," read another. "I just watched the film and you're there! This is a beautiful scene that never should have been cut from the film. Your scene was very touching, and full of heart. Thank you for your work! #SnyderCut #JusticeLeagueSnyderCut," one of the fans wrote. Maud's small but significant role is also part of the larger Cyborg arc that was truncated in the Joss Whedon version too.

One fan wrote, "You were so good, in just that brief montage you absolutely broke my heart and it was so rewarding when your character got that moment of good karma from Cyborg!" Another tweet said: "You were in the movie. Your scenes made me tear up, and that's not easy to do, I don't cry easily. It was beautiful and important, those scenes showed Victor's compassion. You did a great job," a fan opined.



 



 



 



 



 

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