Zac Snyder STOP Releasing Behind the Scenes Footage Of Justice League
— Zack Snyder (@ZackSnyder) October 7, 2016
Zack Snyder is a great director, but he needs to stop release back stage footage before we see the movie. The Justice League movie finished filming in the UK recently, and to celebrate, Zac Snyder let fans have all this behind the scenes footage. While the fans, like myself, want to see the backstage footage, we actually do not want to see it before the actual movie. It takes us out of the movie. It was timed during ComicCon to give the movie additional promo (even though it realy does not need any), but there was something better he could have given the fans.
The fans only want to see the backstage footage after the movie, not before.
On a similar note: Stop Actors Interview/Talking before the Movie
During the opening weekend of AntMan, as we sat in the theater waiting for AntMan to begin, there was a special clip being played of Paul Rudd saying something like “this movie was so much fun to work on, we are like a family, please enjoy the movie”. This is not good for any movie going experience because how is the viewer suppose to suspend belief and “be in the movie” when the actor has just greeted us. Especially when the movie is a superhero movie, and we are suppose to be suspending alot of reality. Its a bad move. Marvel so far is the only studio I know that has done this, but I hope Warner Brothers and Zac Snyder do not do the same.
I dont want to see Paul Rudd. I want to see AntMan.
Zac Snyder is dong the same thing with the Justice League movie now. Yes, we LOVE behind the scenes footage. Alot. But let us see the movie first.
From what I can tell, Warner Brothers is taking this whole “lighten the tone of the movie” thing very seriously. We get it – its gonna be fun and campy, unlike the dark Batman vs Superman (which I thought was a great movie).