What A Week
If you’ve been paying attention this entire week, the Snyder Cut of Justice League has been all the rage. First, we had Jesse Eisenberg share he had extra scenes in the film that never made it. Then, we hear Tom Holkenborg, Junkie XL, say his score is complete. Now, comes Jason Momoa joining the fray. Talking with MTV News Josh Horowitz, he mentioned he was indebted to Zack Snyder for casting him as Aquaman.
But in that conversation, he was asked about the (in)famous Snyder Cut of Justice League:
JH: Is that why, when we spoke about a year ago, and I brought up the Snyder Cut. And you were like “F— Yeah! I need to see that!”
JM: Yeah. Absolutely. But I have seen it.
JH: You’ve seen it?
JM: Yeah, I’ve seen the Snyder Cut, so.
JH: So what does that mean? Because the effects aren’t done. Like, you’ve just seen his assemblage of footage and alternate takes, etc?
JM: Oh, you think Zack couldn’t finish [Justice League]? You don’t think…?
JW: I don’t know, you tell me. He’s finished a version?
JM: I mean, listen man. Next question.
What’s interesting is that he wouldn’t answer the question directly. He was able to say he’s seen it. He was also able to say he thinks the world and fans deserve to watch it. Momoa even states that the film is a different version and that the public needs to see it. So if he’s allowed to admit all of that, why wouldn’t he admit if Zack has a finished version or not? It’s just another piece of the puzzle to add to The Snyder Cut Of Justice League.
Watch the entire interview below:
Source: MTV News
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