Zack Snyder, The director of Justice League, revealed the black suit that may have used for Superman (Henry Cavill) and...
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Zack Snyder, The director of Justice League, revealed the black suit that may have used for Superman (Henry Cavill) and confirmed that he did not want to be involved in the "disaster" of Joss Whedon.
On July 26, in the middle of the exciting Comic-Con week, director Zack Snyder and the DC family have held a private seminar called Justice-Con. There, Snyder shared much interesting information about the upcoming Justice League version on HBO MAX, the upcoming DC Fandom event in August, and above all, was revealing a familiar yet strange scene that has the presence of Superman (Henry Cavill).
The 16-second clip is just a short cut-scene of Justice League, but the most remarkable thing is the appearance of Superman in a cool black suit. He was at Batman headquarters with Alfred Pennyworth butler and about to set out to search for the Justice League teammates after returned from the dead.
According to Zack Snyder, the suit was still in the traditional red-blue style at first, but he changed it to a smoky black version after. The black suit is also known as the "recovery suit", emphasizing Superman's revival after his death in Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice.
However, Warner Bros disliked the idea and did not understand the concept of the black uniform, so they asked Snyder to change it back to the original color. The DC fan community was overwhelming with the cut and shared their opinion on the new suit image of the leader of Justice League.
Some of them love the new ideas and gave many compliments, but others expected a real combat suit for "Man Of Steel" instead. Now, Superman will reappear in a mighty black suit in the "Snyder Cut" version of Justice League and will also reveal how Superman returns to the social life. It was completely different from the 2017 movie.
Speaking of Justice League three years ago, Zack Snyder also hinted at Joss Whedon, saying that he would rather delete his or burn his movie rather than use any footage of Avengers: Age Of Ultron's director.
The DC and Justice League fans are probably the happiest people in the world to receive a lot of good news, especially when the Hollywood movie industry is suffering heavily from the COVID-19 epidemic.
Zack Snyder also "leaked" an official teaser that will be on-screen at the DC Fandom event on August 22, as well as another interesting news about the upcoming projects.