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Is Superman not in the Justice League.. ?

Thought they would have brought him back to life already..

Do they have anyone in the league who can prosecute villains with unsecured national security email servers, and massive charity foundation money laundering frauds?
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'Really lucky that he stepped in': Ben Affleck on new Justice League director Joss Whedon
First posted: Friday, August 11, 2017 07:02 PM EDT | Updated: Friday, August 11, 2017 07:14 PM EDT
Ben Affleck is grateful Joss Whedon stepped in to replace Justice League director Zack Snyder after he dropped out of the film earlier this year.
The Man of Steel moviemaker stepped away from the upcoming DC Comics movie and handed the reins over to the Avengers director in May, following his daughter Autumn’s suicide in March, and Affleck, who plays Batman in the blockbuster, reveals that while the filming process was different, it turned out to be seamless.
“It’s a little bit unorthodox,” he tells Entertainment Weekly. “Zack had a family tragedy, and stepped off, which was horrible. For the movie, the best person we could’ve possibly found was Joss. We got really lucky that he stepped in.”
“(The film is) an interesting product of two directors, both with kind of unique visions, both with really strong takes,” he adds. “I’ve never had that experience before making a movie. I have to say, I really love working with Zack, and I really love the stuff we’ve done with Joss.”
The actor first played the Caped Crusader in Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, which received mixed reviews from critics and fans alike, and after Joss signed on for the new film’s reshoots, insiders suggested there were issues with the project.
“I’ve never worked on a movie that didn’t do reshoots,” Ben explains. “Argo, we did reshoots for a week and a half! Four days on Gone Baby Gone!”
And he insists the films are just getting better as they go along.
“This is a really nice time to work in DC,” he continues. “They’re hitting their stride. They’re getting it right. It’s starting to feel like it’s really working.”
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KAPOW! Justice League XXX sweeps porn's Oscars
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February 2, 2018
February 2, 2018 4:57 PM EST
Justice League XXX was the big winner at the AVN Awards - the Oscars of porn.WICKED PICTURES
A porno taking the piss out of blockbuster Justice League romped to glory at sexxx-rated cinema’s equivalent of the Oscars.
Justice League XXX: An Axel Braun Parody took home the most hardware at the 35th annual Adult Video News Awards in Las Vegas this week.
The raunchy epic won Best Director (Feature), Best Special Effects, Best Makeup, Best Art Direction, Best Marketing Campaign and Braun’s eighth consecutive Best Parody award.
Romi Rain is the XXX version of Wonder Woman. WICKED PICTURES
“I must say, in my entire career, no other production has been as cursed as this one,” Braun told the gathered throng.
“Literally everything that could have possibly gone wrong, did. Luckily I had two things going for me: my passion for the source material, and the unwavering support, commitment, and loyalty of a fantastic group of people who gave 110% and made it possible for me to be here right now, staring at my eighth consecutive Best Parody AVN Award, humbled and so incredibly proud of the movie we made.”
Okay, so Braun isn’t Sally “you like me, you really like me” Field.
The raunch-o-ramma stars Romi Rain (Bouncing Boob Bonanza, Lesbian PsychoDramas 2 as Wonder Woman, Giovanni Francesco as Batman, Ryan Driller as Superman, Jessica Drake as Cat Grant, and the late August Ames as Lashina.
Other DC Comics stars making appearances are Green Lantern, Flash, Lex Luthor, Lana Lang and Selina Kyle.
Braun — a veritable Francis Ford Coppola of the carnal — has frequently mined comics for material.
Other titles he has directed include: Suicide Squad XXX, Avengers vs X-Men XXX, Wonder Woman XXX, and Batman v. Superman XXX.
The director’s Star Wars XXX: A Porn Parody is the highest selling porn in history.
The real Justice League got zero nominations for this year’s Oscars.

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#ReleaseTheSnyderCut: Fans ramp up demand to see alternate edit of Justice League
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July 6, 2019
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More than a year and a half after “Justice League” debuted, the film shepherded by Zack Snyder and replacement Joss Whedon continues to fuel a longer-running tale laced with myth and intrigue.
Boosted anew this week on social media, it’s the ongoing narrative of fans who want to Warner Bros. and DC to release an alternative edit of the movie.
Not long after the November 2017 release of “Justice League,” which was considered a critical misfire and commercial underperformer, the spark of hope to see a “director’s cut” of the DCEU film was stoked by fans determined to believe a better full version – one helmed solely by Snyder – could well exist.
That small bonfire of a campaign, which has continued to attract a cultish following of die-hards, eventually became known by a simple rallying cry: #ReleaseTheSnyderCut. And this week, the Snyder Cut campaign capitalized on the latest change at Warner Bros.
On Monday, the studio announced that Ann Sarnoff, president of BBC Studios Americas, is its new chair and chief executive, as Variety first reported. The first woman to head Warner Bros. in its nearly century-old history, Sarnoff succeeds Kevin Tsujihara, who was forced to resign amid scandal.
Like students testing the new teacher who arrives midsemester, the movement immediately implored Sarnoff to release the would-be Snyder cut. After all, why not cannily step into the frame while the red-carpet flash bulbs trained on Sarnoff are freshly popping?
What this movement appears to revolve around most is a belief in Snyder (“Man of Steel,” “300”) as superhero director and visual auteur, and that whatever sort of “rough cut” he delivered to Warner Bros. earlier in 2017 – before Whedon took over – surely is more satisfying than the stitched-together product that fans saw on the screen. (Last summer, a spokesman for Snyder told the Wall Street Journal that Snyder had never even seen the theatrical version of “Justice League.” And shortly after the film opened, the Wrap aimed to piece together Snyder’s vision within it.)
This passion has spawned accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, as well as GoFundMe campaigns and even the winning site For Snyder Cut, which explores such questions as “Does the Snyder Cut Exist?” and “How Can You Help Get the Snyder Cut Released?”
So, does that unreleased Snyder cut even exist? The debate burns on, but continuing to provide a point of renewable encouragement is word that Snyder’s early version of “Justice League” was given to the studio before May 2017, when it was announced that the director and his wife, producer Deborah Snyder, would exit the film, weeks after the suicide of their 20-year-old daughter.
“Snyder, after screening a rough cut of Justice League for fellow filmmakers and friends, wanted to add additional scenes, so he brought (Joss) Whedon on board to write them,” the Hollywood Reporter wrote at the time.
Of the transition, THR quoted now-Warner Bros. Pictures Group chair Toby Emmerich as saying: “The directing is minimal and it has to adhere to the style and tone and the template that Zack set. We’re not introducing any new characters. It’s the same characters in some new scenes. He’s handing the baton to Joss, but the course has really been set by Zack.
“I still believe that despite this tragedy, we’ll still end up with a great movie.”
Whedon received a writing credit on “Justice League,” with Snyder getting the sole directing credit, but the movie released that fall felt very much like a mishmash of directing styles and sensibilities – a patchwork that left many fans frustrated with the result.
Warner Bros. has had more recent success with solo films featuring two Justice League members, with Patty Jenkins’ “Wonder Woman” and James Wan’s “Aquaman” further fueling hopes among some fans that a rough three- or four-hour “Justice League” movie, with more eloquent depictions of Wonder Woman/Diana and sea god Arthur Curry, might reside in the Warner Bros. vaults.
This past spring, Snyder only spurred further interest in his auteur editing when he tweeted news of an event featuring his director’s cuts of “Dawn of the Dead,” “Watchmen” and “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” – that last one being another DCEU movie that, not unlike “Justice League,” was hotly debated by viewers.
The key difference with those three previous movies, however, is that Snyder retained creative control en route to delivering a finished theatrical release.
Yet in whatever condition a Snyder cut of “Justice League” might exist, a tight band of fans will continue their cause. And somewhere, Snyder must be grinning. As long as his supposed version goes unseen, then in fans’ minds, it can forever remain a cut above.
Gal Gadot, Ben Affleck want Zack Snyder's cut of 'Justice League' released
WENN - World Entertainment News Network
November 18, 2019
November 18, 2019 10:46 AM EST
Justice League stars Gal Gadot and Ben Affleck have called for Warner Bros. chiefs to release Zack Snyder’s cut of the film.
Zack was in charge of DC Extended Universe of films, but was forced to pull out of directing Justice League midway through filming, leaving The Avengers director Joss Whedon to complete the movie, which was panned by critics upon its 2017 release.
A version that stays true to Snyder’s vision still exists, and now several of its stars are calling on studio bosses to make it available to fans.
Both Gadot, who plays Amazonian hero Wonder Woman, and Affleck, who plays Batman, tweeted the hashtag, “#ReleaseTheSnyderCut,” with Snyder also backing its release.
“This ancient Amazonian can’t be wrong. #releasethesnydercut,” he wrote after quoting Gadot’s post.
Ray Fisher, who plays Justice League member Cyborg, also backed the release of the cut, posting a photo of himself in an American football uniform — a scene that did not appear in the original cinematic release.
Aquaman star Jason Momoa claims to have seen Snyder’s version of the movie, telling MTV News earlier this month: “I have seen it. I have seen the Snyder Cut, so… think the public needs to see it.
“I’m obviously indebted to Warner and DC, and I don’t know how they feel about it. As a fan, I’m very, very happy that I got to see it.”
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. executives have no immediate plans to release Snyder’s cut of Justice League, but other reports have claimed it could debut on WarnerMedia’s planned HBO Max streaming service.
The original Justice League was eviscerated by critics and disappointed at the box office, earning just US$657 million worldwide despite a mammoth $300-million production budget.