The Justice League movie was supposed to be the biggest event in the DC Cinematic Universe, and it was expected that it would have a cameo from the ruler of Apokolips, Darkseid. The nightmare sequence from Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice made it obvious. I am not getting into if Zack is the perfect choice for DC movies or not, but we will never know. The “decision-makers” in Warner Bros. never let him complete his vision. Eventually, Justice League became Josstice League and will forever be trolled for the CGI-d face of Superman and the unnecessary humour stuffing.
Also Read – Why I Loved Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice And What I Hated About It
Coming back to Zack Snyder, he maintained a dark and gritty tone, which I loved and I think it grew on me with time. Anyway, let’s not discuss that anymore and show you what Zack had in mind with Darkseid. Zack Snyder shared an image of a young Darkseid on Vero, a social platform, and it looks pretty cool. Have a look.
Zack Snyder shares an image of Darkseid in Vero! (I have tears already)#JusticeLeague #DARKSIDE #DC #Superman #Batman pic.twitter.com/U7iUccdE5S— SocialMomus (@social_momus) June 17, 2019
Zack posted the image with a caption “Speaking of Father’s Day here’s the king daddy #UxasandtheAntilife” The image could be concept art or a finished product. Zack previously said that Darkseid would murder Lois Lane and from there the whole setting of the nightmare future scene will be based on. Zack calls the nightmare scene as “Knightmare scene.” Further, he was all set to introduce the Anti-Life equation, which will eventually affect Superman, and Darkseid will conquer Earth!
To be honest, I was excited about Zack’s Justice League, and I still believe it would have been better than the Josstice League we suffered.
No point crying over it now; we have DC movies to look forward to – like the Joker movie coming to theatres this October, Wonder Woman 1984 and Birds of Prey movie next year, and of course, the Batman movie slated for 2021.
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