Zack Snyder Breaks Silence on Robert Pattinson Taking Over as Batman
We are all excited for the so-called ‘Snyder-Cut’ of Justice League, which is under work from the past couple of months. Zack Synder, who is currently working on his version of Justice League, said that he is excited about Matt Reeves and Robert Pattinson taking over Batman.
During a recent interview with Beyond the Trailer, Synder said that he is super-excited about the new Batman movie, and he praised Matt Reeves by saying that he is an amazing filmmaker and he thinks it is going to be great. Robert, on the other hand, is a cool man, and he will do justice to the character.
He confirmed that he hadn’t seen the original theatrical version of the Justice League, which was released in 2017. He was forced to leave the project in the middle due to the untimely death of his daughter. The studio replaced him with Avengers’ fame Joss Whedon. The theatrical version of the Justice League wasn’t appreciated by the fandom nor the general audience.
The production house has given Snyder a chance to come back and finish what he started as a much ambitious project. According to the reports, the Snyder-Cut will have the same storyline, but a majority of the sequences will be new. Snyder’s version of the Justice League will be released on HBO Max next year. And it is said that the studio has spent an additional $30-$40 million for Snyder-Cut.