You cannot have avoided the fact that Bleeding Cool ‘reporter’ (and I use that term advisedly) Jude Terror has a bit of a thing about the cut of the Justice League movie put together by the movie’s original director Zack Snyder before he left the project and Joss Whedon took over, reshot and re-edited.
He also decides to denigrate those who wish Warner Bros to release the so-called Snyder Cut, by calling them Snyderbronies. Something he thinks is really funny.
Now, I don’t think like Jude Terror. Indeed, while not Zack Snyder’s biggest fan (that honour goes to former Bleeding Cool contributor and professional snyderbrony Brendon Connelly who has written video theses praising Sucker Punch) I confess I would be curious to see said version of the movie. If only so I could watch it without spending the entire movie staring at Superman’s upper lip. Oh and at a very different event, I happened to be sat adjacent to a couple of Warner Bros employees who confirmed to me that, yes, the Snyder Cut does exist and that they had both seen it, before disappearing into the night.
So anyway. Today, I decided to buy The Snyder Cut for Bleeding Cool. So I did. The domain name that is. TheSnyderCut.com. And link it to all of Jude Terror’s previous coverage of this most important of cultural and historical hidden artefacts. In the hope that maybe, just maybe, it might bring such a thing to light, even through mockery.
Here’s to waiting. Here’s to The Snyder Cut. Here’s to The Snyder Cut dot com.