Justice League: Snyder’s Cut May Be Theatrical, R Rated Version Batman Says F Word

Zack Snyder’s Justice League is set to debut on HBO Max in 2021, but Snyder himself thinks there could be an R-rated theatrical release with “Batman Dropping the F Bomb.” .. According to EW’s report, Snyder has begun to discuss how to do it. He is confident that if his Justice League cut goes to the theater, he will get an R rating.

“There’s one piece of information that no one knows. This movie is insane, epic, and probably rated R. I think it’s definitely an R-rated version,” Snyder told EW. Told. “I haven’t heard from the MPAA, but that’s my intuition.”When asked why he got an R rating, Snyder explained that one of the biggest reasons was the aforementioned Dark Knight’s own F-bomb.

“There is one scene where Batman drops an F-bomb. Cyborg isn’t very happy with what’s happening in his life before he meets the Justice League, and he tends to speak his thoughts. so [the rating would be due to] Violence and blasphemy, probably both. “

Regarding making theatrical release, Snyder had previously stated that he also liked to do a “big screen rollout” of the Justice League, and that steps were taken to make that happen. No decision has been made. Method or other?

Screenshot of Justice League Snyder’Cut Trailer

“I’m a big fan and a big supporter of the movie experience. We’re already talking Justice League “It’s strange to play in theaters at the same time as you appear on HBO Max,” Snyder said. [of the trend].. “

This tendency he was talking about is Warner Bros. We have decided to release all 2021 movies on HBO Max at the same time as they will be released in theaters. Snyder also discussed his feelings on the move, as Christopher Nolan and Dennis Villeneuve were in front of him.

“It felt like a pretty bold move, and maybe its meaning wasn’t 100% thought,” he says. “I feel like a lot of people panic during COVID. After all, I hope this is a kind of kneeling to COVID, not a big move that confuses the theater experience. We were already very close to the ideal theater window where we already had marketing material and hadn’t forgotten about the movie by the time it was released on DVD or streaming. We’re starting to focus on it. I thought it was a sweet spot, but a monkey wrench is thrown into this kind of work. “

Do you have any hints? Want to discuss a possible story? Please send an email to newstips@.

Adam Bankhurst is an news writer. You can follow him on Twitter @AdamBankhurst And on Twitch.


Back to top button