‘Invisible Man’ Director Leigh Whannell Says Films Like Snyder Cut are ‘Terrible Thing’

‘Invisible Man’ Director Leigh Whannell Says Films Like Snyder Cut are ‘Terrible Thing’
Few director’s cuts in movie history have as much buzz around them as the Snyder Cut of “Justice League.” Zack Snyder has spent the last year teasing his personal cut of the comic book tentpole, which bombed with critics and audiences in November 2017. Snyder left the “Justice League” production after a family tragedy and Warner Bros. brought in Joss Whedon to oversee reshoots and post-production. The “Justice League” theatrical cut featured Whedon’s lighter tone and altered Snyder’s original plans for the superhero movie. The #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement continues to urge Warner Bros. to release Snyder’s version, but not all of Snyder’s contemporaries believe in such a movie. During an interview on the ReelBlend podcast, “Invisible Man” writer and director Leigh Whannell was asked about the existence of the Snyder Cut. Whannell said the idea of a Snyder Cut and all director’s cuts are “a terrible thing.
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