Jun 14, 2019 09:48 AM EST
Fans Raise Over $20K and Demand Release of Snyder's Justice League Cut
Fans of the DC Universe, disappointed with the news that DCEU won't be making an appearance at this year's Comic-Con, have taken matters into their own hands and raised over $20,000.00 in order to get the "Zack Snyder Cut" od 2017's "Justice League. A GoFundMe page was set up for the cause, raising money to pay for advertising for their campaign.
A statement on their page reads - "The time has now come to make an ultimate statement to Warner Brothers and AT&T, of our firm and unyielding desire for the release of the full and complete Zack Snyder, Cut of ‘Justice League'"
The advertising dollars will be used for "educational fliers," "handheld signs," and "swag" that will be brought to this year's Comic-Con. They are also planning to fly a banner near the San Diego Convention Center and renting a billboard in an attempt to get Warner Bros. attention.
Zack Snyder needed to leave the "Justice League" project during post-production due to a family tragedy. Joss Whedon took over, making numerous changes.
Even Jason Momoa, who played Aquaman in the film, is interested in seeing the Snyder cut. "I'm obsessed with it, too. You know, that's just one thing…it sucks with our business you can't speak your mind. But yeah. Fuck yeah, I want to see it."
This year's Comic-Con will be held on July 18-21.