The King of Director’s Cuts has another hidden gem for fans.
As we all know, Zack Snyder was not very lucky to achieve his true vision on the first try. It took a very unique set of circumstances and a lot of money for it The Snyder cut of Justice League see the daylight.
Well, it seems that he has hidden more pet projects as well.
During a recent interview with Vanity Fair sucker Punch was cited briefly as an example of Snyder’s first experience with a handy studio making changes in an attempt at commercialism.
Check out the interview below.
“[Sucker Punch] It was the first time I really had a radical reorganization of the film to make it more commercial, ”Snyder told Vanity Fair. “And there’s a director’s cut of this film that hasn’t been released yet. I will say that out loud. ”
sucker Punch is one of those love or hate films. It’s stylish, it’s unique, but it was swiveled far and generally not well done. But Snyder still likes to talk about the movie.
“It’s a protest film in many ways. It’s a film about the genre, ”Snyder told Vanity Fair. “At the time I was asked, ‘Why did you dress the girls like that? ‘And I always said, “I didn’t wear her like that, you did.” I’ve always seen it as an indictment against popular culture. I think at the time I was criticized for being the opposite, like some kind of sexist joke. It was fun and I still love it to this day. ”
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