“I think the Snyder Cut was Zack’s vision that came to fruition and it was a really satisfying story that was told, but there are no plans for further work on this material,” Lee said
Jim Lee, DC’s Chief Creative Officer and Editor, has finally broken his silence on the future of the “Snyderverse” in the DC Extended Universe (DCEU). The films “Aquaman 3” and “The Flash” are the only films to be released from the franchise.
In a recent appearance on the SDCC (San Diego Comic-Con) 2022 panel, Lee finally spoke about his involvement in the DCEU movies. When a fan asked if he had any plans to work with director Zack Snyder, Lee denied it, saying he had “no plans” to continue the Snyderverse.
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Jim Lee opened up about the same thing, saying: “You know what’s amazing we’ve spent two years in lockdown and here we are again at a convention celebrating the art form and feeling good. I’m working on the projects that are in development, right? I think the Snyder Cut was Zack’s vision that came to fruition and it was a really satisfying story told, but there are no plans for additional work on this material. I liked contributing to the pitch for the other stuff, and it was kind of fun to see those stuff come out because I did that years ago. I actually thought it had been deleted, but they put it in storage.”
A video clip of the same interview was uploaded by an account called @themarvelmaniac, which went viral on Twitter.
As soon as Lee confirmed the news, many fans took to social media to offer their opinions on the matter. “The future of DCEU is looking bright for once,” said one fan. “I agree,” noted another fan. “Exactly what we need to hear. Thanks Jim Lee,” added another fan.
“Goodbye. Terrible universe to start with. Love the highlights it had,” said another fan. “DCEU can get better now. No more nonsense,” added one fan director will be concerned with Superman’s future in DC movies. I honestly prefer someone who’s new because despite Synder’s instructions, I don’t think he really understands Superman and what he stands for. I think Brad Bird or Matthew Vaughan would be perfect to direct Superman,” mused one fan.
“This should be the last nail in the coffin of the Snyder cult. GO ON!” said another fan. “Why would you even want movie universes? Why would you want a vision of your favorite funny book characters that lasts a dozen years? Do you actually enjoy the fact that Disney & Warner Bros. gives you endless blue balls sold in a unique house style?” remarked one fan.
“It’s been clear for a while but now we have the right confirmation,” said one fan. “GOOD. And bless Jim Lee for taking the heat out of all the insane and deranged fake fans everywhere,” added one fan .
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Lee’s confirmation that Warner Bros and DC do not intend to pursue a future collaboration with Zack Snyder’s Snyderverse came as no surprise as many fans had their doubts about what was officially confirmed at the SDCC panel. Also, some fans didn’t want Snyder to continue making films for the DCEU.
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