Where To Begin?
In this video essay, I attempt to explain just how extensive this journey to Zack Snyder’s Justice League has been. From the compromises to poetic justice, I tried to include what was needed to understand the complexity of the situation. In doing research, I discovered once you put the pieces down, you can connect a lot of it to create the entire picture. Now, this isn’t a Periodic Table of sorts, but it does highlight a lot of things that went on behind the scenes.
This was a long game and one that even Zack had to meticulously sift through. He wasn’t expecting to get his film released in this quick of time. So for us to be able to witness everything after this 25-minute video is an achievement all on its own. The powers that be at Warner Bros. REALLY tried to prevent all of this from happening and failed. So show this Video Essay to anyone unaware of just how monumental this victory is for us. Or don’t. We won either way!
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