Zack Snyder hopes Warner Bros listens to the “huge fandom” calling for him to make extra DC motion pictures.
The 55-year-old director thinks it is unlikely he’ll make one other DC movie, having beforehand helmed ‘Justice League’ and ‘Man of Metal’, however Zack advised that the studio may finally bend to fan stress.
He instructed ‘Jake’s Takes’: “I do not know what might be achieved as you go ahead aside from, I feel the fan motion is so sturdy and the fan neighborhood is so – the intention is so pure – and I actually have big respect for it.
“I’d hope that cooler heads would prevail with them and that they’d see that there is this huge fandom that desires extra of them, however who is aware of what they’re going to do.”
Zack just lately admitted he feared he could be sued by Warner Bros’ over a marketing campaign to launch his model of ‘Justice League’.
The filmmaker was on the helm of the superhero blockbuster till Might 2017, when he stepped all the way down to mourn the loss of life of his daughter Autumn, and he was changed by Joss Whedon, who modified the tone of the movie.
An enormous #ReleaseTheSnyderCut marketing campaign was subsequently launched, that includes billboard adverts and planes flying banners, and although the director got here out in assist of the thought, he by no means anticipated something constructive to occur.
He mentioned: “I used to be extra nervous the studio would sue me. Do one thing to silence me.”
Though some parts of the marketing campaign led to in-fighting, Zack – who launched his model of the movie earlier this yr – will at all times be pleased about what followers did.
He mentioned: “Right here’s the fact. That fandom raised $750,000 for suicide prevention and psychological well being consciousness. They’ve saved lives. That’s a reality. However then again, was it enjoyable to impress them? For a clickable factor? Sure. They usually have been a straightforward goal. However they proceed to boost cash.
“There aren’t a variety of fan communities whose main goal, aside from seeing work of a man they like, realized their different principal factor was to deliver consciousness to psychological well being and suicide prevention. For me, it’s sort of onerous to be mad at them.”