While Marvel triumphed with their Avengers and many movies that make up his impressive UCM, Warner was trying to do the same thing with the characters of DC, but his film about his supergroup not had the results they hoped for.
The Justice league failed to attract neither the public nor the critics and many on this complicated shoot, in which Zack Snyder he decided to leave (or fired him according to the evil tongues) after a family affair, with the movie nearly finished, to be replaced by Joss Whedon, responsible for the first two films of The Avengers, and with a completely different tone to that of Snyder, which could be noticed in a movie a both chaotic and with the moustache of Henry Cavill poorly erased digitally.
However, fans of DC will not throw in the towel and they are convinced that there is a of course mounting of Zack Snyder’s Justice league that would demonstrate that without the touch of two directors completely different, yes it was a good movie. Actors as Jason Momoa, Aquaman, Ben Affleck, Batman, or Gal Gadot, Wonder Woman, have been echoed by the campaign to bring to light this mounting of the direct, but others, like Jesse Eisenberg, who played Lex Luthor, do not feel identified with this “movement”, and has explained their reasons.
“I’m not sure that you want to view andl Snyder Cut because I don’t see any movie in which I go, I have not seen Batman v Superman, or Justice league. I know that I have a small role in the two but I feel quite uncomfortable looking at myself, so I don’t know anything of the Snyder Cut. I am not a part of, I don’t know how to call it, movement. I like Zack Snyder, I have worked with him fairly because you have the virtue of which his films take a long time to run in. I like your style and your aesthetic, and if there is any version of a film that he wants it debuts, I’m sure that will be great,” said Eisenberg in an interview with the Toronto Sun.