Zack Snyder he may not have reached the level of Steven Spielberg or Martin Scorsese yet, but he certainly has a loyal fan base. This guy made a name for himself with hits like ‘300’ and ‘Man of Steel’. The director also dabbled in the undead, Shaun of the Dead and the horror comedy The Army of the Dead.
Although Snyder is best known for his work in the DCU, he once wanted to release a religious film or work on pornographic content. Given the tone of his SnyderVerse, we don’t think his religious and pornographic films would have a very light or cheerful tone.
Zack Snyder regretted not making a religious pornographic film
Back in 2021 when he had just released his version of “League of Justice” by popular demand from fans, he spoke to The Daily Telegraph. Snyder was very candid during the interview and expressed his desire to one day make a porn film or a film based on religion. But he never had the chance to do so. In fact, he hoped he could combine the two genres in the 300.
“I always wanted to make a religious film and a pornographic film, but I never got the chance to do it,” he admitted. He wanted to combine different genres in one film after writing the sequel to 300 Spartans. Additionally, some viewers found the film bordering on pornographic.
It turns out that Justice League isn’t his first encounter with Warner Bros. The two argued before and during the continuation of the action. He invented a gay love story for the sequel. However, Warner Bros put an end to it. Zack Snyder he was even ready with the script. It’s supposed to be a gay film set against the backdrop of war.
The same fate could have befallen the “Justice League” if it were not for the protests of the fans. The cast and fans have been clamoring for Warner Bros to release a Snyder version. Currently preparing for the release of Rebel Moon. Warner Bros. has long disagreed with Snyder’s vision for the DCU. And so now he’s making drastic changes, like firing Henry Cavill, to erase all aspects of the SnyderVerse.
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