Christopher Nolan and Deborah Snyder warned Zack Snyder not to watch Justice League

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Christopher Nolan and Zack Snyder’s wife, producer Deborah Snyder, told the League of Justice director not going to see Joss Whedon’s finished version of the film.

According to a new report in Vanity fair, the couple told him the end result would ‘break his heart’.

Snyder had to walk away from finishing the film during its post-production period, following the tragic death of the couple’s daughter.

United Avengers Director Joss Whedon later took over, but embarked on his own re-recordings of the film before releasing it a few months later.

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The result was criticized by critics and underperformed at the box office, and Whedon has since been accused of abusive behavior on the film’s set, most notably by Cyborg actor Ray Fisher.

Director Zack Snyder and his producer wife Deborah Snyder (Credit: REUTERS / Luke MacGregor)

In the Vanity Fair report, Deborah Snyder reveals that she attended an early screening of the finished film with Christopher Nolan, who was a producer on Iron Manand executive producer of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

“It was just … it’s a weird experience,” Snyder said. “I don’t know how many people have that experience. You’ve worked on something for a long time, and then you go away, and then you see what happened. “

Snyder in Justice League with Ben Affleck (Credit: Warner Bros)

Snyder in Justice League with Ben Affleck (Credit: Warner Bros)

Zack Snyder, also interviewed for the article, continues: “They came in and said, ‘You can never see that movie.’

Deborah Snyder then adds, “Because I knew it would break her heart.”

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After receiving the green light to re-cut the original film, and following an investigation into Whedon’s alleged behavior, Warner Bros is now ready to reveal the Snyder film cut, which has cost an additional $ 70 million.

Now four hours long and rated R, it will launch on HBO Max in the US on March 18.

Details of the UK launch have yet to be confirmed.

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