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As promised, billboards and advertisements touting the Snyder cut of “Justice League” have descended upon San Diego timed to Comic-Con 2019 (via ScreenRant). Last month, Snyder fans crowdfunded online to raise the funds necessary to rent billboards and create advertisements at and near Comic-Con urging Warner Bros. to #ReleaseTheSnyderCut. The cut refers to Snyder’s original version of the 2017 superhero film “Justice League.” Snyder left the DC Extended Universe film after a family tragedy and the film was completed by Joss Whedon, who drastically overhauled the film to include a lighter tone and more jokes.
The #ReleaseTheSnyderCut campaign raised over $20,000, a portion of which was donated to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention in the wake of Snyder’s family tragedy. As seen in the photos circulating on social media below, the rest of the funds were used to create advertisements pushing for the Snyder cut release. The ads tout Snyder’s three-and-a-half hour “Justice League” cut and lean into the appearance of Darkseid, the comic book villain that was removed in Whedon’s cut of the film. Some of the ads appear directly across from Hall...
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