Zack Snyder’s Justice League came out because of massive fan support as well as support from the cast and crew to “#ReleaseTheSnyderCut.” This movement eventually succeeded, as Warner Bros agreed to allow Zack Snyder to complete his take on Justice League. This take is now available to stream on HBO Max, and while fans are pleased, it also opened the floodgates for more demands. In particular, a new movement has started to “#RestoreTheSnyderVerse.” This movement is intended to get Warner Bros to let Zack Snyder finish his entire Justice League trilogy, rather than stop with his recut Justice League film. Now actor Jared Leto, who portrayed the Joker in several DCEU appearances – including Zack Snyder’s Justice League – is supporting the movement to restore the SnyderVerse.
As you can see in the below Twitter video, Jared Leto eagerly declares “Restore the SnyderVerse.” It’s a short clip and one without any context. But because it does seem to show a genuine statement by Jared Leto, it’s a pretty massive step for the campaign. In fact, one could argue it’s gaining similar momentum to the original #ReleaseTheSnyderCut campaign. It should also be mentioned that the account which uploaded the clip is dedicated to seeing David Ayer’s cut of Suicide Squad released. It seems that things are really taking an interesting set of turns in the DCEU fandom.
While Warner Bros insists that they currently don’t have any plans to restore the SnyderVerse, that can always change. They were initially very adamant about never releasing any kind of cut for Zack Snyder’s take on Justice League. But look where we are now. So with the proper fan support, it definitely seems possible that Zack Snyder’s take on the DCEU could continue. Of course, only time will tell what might happen.
But it is worth mentioning with Jared Leto apparently supporting the movement now, it seems like many other cast members could soon follow suit. This adds a lot more leverage to fans that are aiming to see Zack Snyder’s vision continued. So as always, stay tuned to ScreenGeek for more updates on the movement as we have them.
In the meantime, we were lucky enough to see Jared Leto reprise his take on Joker for Zack Snyder’s Justice League, and the actor has plenty of other projects both in development and on the way.