Zack Snyder’s Justice League Director assures Warner Bros. has no interest in continuing their universe and excludes new episodes.
As we enjoyed the official trailer of Zack Snyder’s La Liga de la Justicia (Zack Snyder’s Justice League final title for Spain) yesterday afternoon, we now get back some recent statements from Zack Snyder himself that will certainly be a cause for disappointment for fans. of his DC movies and their history that should give rise to the DC Universe. And is that according to the director himself, Warner Bros. has no interest in continuing the story of his new Justice League cut.
There are no more Justice League sequels
This is what he noticed in a recent interview with the I Minutemen channel on YouTube, where he explained numerous details about the production of the film and how it was finished after four years and a version released in theaters that is little with vision had to do. original. But it is also that he has spoken about the possibilities of following the story with new episodes, the so-called Snyderverse, which is very pessimistic about the future due to the lack of interest from Warner Bros.
“The truth is, as far as I know, there has been no interest or desire to do more of these movies since Warner Bros., at least with me. But I never thought I could end this movie the right way, but I’ve done my best, when it comes to creating the Justice League, these different personalities that need to come together, that idea, there goes the movie about. ”, Assures the director.
And it’s that Zack Snyder’s original plan included a trilogy after Man of Steel and Batman v Superman, already centered on Justice League and the entire expanded universe of DC. Finally, and as we all know, the project was unfinished and only Joss Whedon’s Justice League was released after the departure of Zack Snyder himself. Still, the director shows that in his new court there are references to possible sequels “as there would be in any movie of this type, from a larger universe.”
Zack Snyder’s Justice League premieres March 18, 2021 on HBO Spain.