(The Real Reason)
After a long fight with the studio, DC fans were able to see the original vision of how the DCEU is supposed to be but WB will not green lit another Snyder project, and here’s why.
The hashtag #RestoreTheSnyderVerse has been used on Twitter more than 1.5 million times, and its popularity is growing every day.
Even Justice League actors have also offered their support to the fan campaign, including Ray Fisher, who plays Cyborg, Joe Manganiello, who plays Deathstroke, and Ray Porter, who plays the film's villain Darkseid.
Despite the film’s success, it seems unlikely that the entertainment conglomerate will accept their demands.
If executives at Warner Bros. were to succumb to the pressure and bring Snyder back to create the sequels, it could potentially create a vicious cycle for the studio, with fans then believing that they can demand anything.
This one reason is why they may never agree to restore the SnyderVerse.
At this point, anyone who has been paying attention to the whole Snyder Cut saga is aware of how the film came to fruition.
If Warner Bros. were to agree to restoring the SnyderVerse, not only would it mean opening Pandora's box, with fans believing they could ask anything of the studio moving forward, it would also seem as if they were admitting that they were wrong.
However, it all comes down to one fact alone. Fans do not run things in the film business.
Don’t get me wrong here. A film’s success is obviously based on the viewership and fan base, but they cannot dictate what a studio should or should not produce.
Right now, Zack Snyder's Justice League is streaming on HBO Max.
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