The fans and their #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement are to thank for this project coming to fruition, as many have been vocal about pushing it to completion and releasing Snyder's Justice League while also promoting charities for mental health in honor of Zack Snyder's daughter Autumn.
A lot of marketing material has been released exclusively by fans of the movement, which isn't stopping now with a new image from Zack Snyder's Justice League released by one of the biggest fans and promoters of the Snyder Cut movement.
A new exclusive image showing Wonder Woman fighting Steppenwolf from Zack Snyder's Justice League has been released by Fiona Zheng, one of the most prominent fans of #TheSnyderCut movement.
Additionally, she promoted a new movement dubbed “#RestoreTheSnyderVerse” for Snyder's Justice League to be considered canon in the DCEU by Warner Bros. moving forward.
WHAT THIS MEANS
Fans finally got what they wanted when Warner Bros. moved forward, letting Zack Snyder complete his cut of Justice League and release it on HBO Max, not just as a movie, but as a potential mini-series that would add up to four hours. However, fans have more concerns about whether Snyder's Justice League will be considered canon to the DCEU moving forward, as the director has described his Justice League as an “Elseworld” Justice League.
Snyder did ultimately say that it's really up to the fans whether his Justice League is considered canon to the DCEU. Wonder Woman 1984 director Patty Jenkins is surely in favor of Snyder's cut being true DCEU, as she never considered Joss Whedon's Justice League to be canon.
This new #RestoreTheSnyderVerse movement by fans seems to be the next logical step for them, which, while admirable, seems less likely to succeed and is entirely dependent on how successful Zack Snyder's Justice League will be on HBO Max.
DC Films President Walter Hamada has already said that he believes that the Snyder Cut is a “'storytelling cul-de-sac,'” and that there won't be any continuations with it or spinoffs connected to it. Still, fans seem to be persistent in changing this perspective by promoting others to make sure they watch the Synder Cut on HBO Max.