Jesse Eisenberg's got no clue about the highly publicized Snyder cut of the Justice League.
There is a “Snyder Cut,” according to most of the fans, the people involved in the making of the 'Justice League,' and the first director of the film. Zack Snyder filmed his movie, and then he needed to step away after the untimely demise of his daughter, and Warner Bros. brought in Joss Whedon to tweak the film a little.
New scenes were filmed, and the end product at the theatre was a tonally contrasting movie, which felt like it was made by two directors with different ideologies of what a superhero movie should look like. After the film hit the theatres, it was a massive disappointment, and the planned sequel, the movie was scrapped. Then came the story, Zack Snyder finished the complete film, and his cut was reworked and reshot.
Well, out of all the people involved in the making of the movie, count one person out among the ones who are in the know about the Snyder cut, Jesse Eisenberg. The actor said he is not familiar with the Snyder cut while he was promoting his new movie 'Zombieland 2: Double Tap' and talking with Lights Camera Barstool Podcast.
The actor said he was not familiar with the Snyder cut but also talked about there being some moments of his character being left out. Jesse said, “I have no idea, I wasn't really around for that process. I think I was in some other scenes too, but I guess they're not in the movie, so they turned it into an after-the-credits scene.”
According to the actor, there were some scenes left on the cutting room floor and later used as an end credit scene. The escape of Lex was not shown, and how he was able to contact all the villains by the time the final credits rolled was not disclosed.
Zack Snyder also revealed, the actress Kiersey Clemons was supposed to play the character of Iris West in the movie, and there was a scene where she gets saved by Barry Allen, but the scene was scrapped and we never get to see Iris in the film. This and many other cut scenes described, later on, are the reason why the fans want to see the full Snyder cut of the movie.
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For the studio to release the film, they will need to reassemble it all and then finish the special effect which will cost a lot of money, by one estimate it will cost WB $20 million to completely restore the Snyder version of the movie. This is the reason why there is less than a slim chance anyone will ever get to see the Snyder cut.
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