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Darkseid Actor Revealed for Justice League Snyder Cut

It’s Snyder Cut’s Buzz everywhere. With the announcement of the release of Zack Snyder’s version of the Justice League, fans seem excited to see Dark Seid on big screens. Now adding strength to all previous rumors and hopes, veteran actor Ray Porter recently confirmed that Darkseid is going to be in Snyder’s Justice League.

Ray ” Darkseid” Porter

Porter previously had been rumored to be portraying Darkseid. He recently took to Twitter as a platform to confirm his involvement with Zack Snyder’s Justice League.

Check out his tweet here:

 

Justice league that no one wanted

After Zack Snyder left his Justice league’s director chair, Joss Whedon was brought on board to replace him. Under Whedon, the film has undergone heavy alterations, and many storylines were removed. The Whedon’s version bagged negativity both critically and from fans.

Darkseid Actor Revealed for Justice League Snyder Cut
Justice League – 2017

Later, when the audience found out the existence of a Snyder’s version. They wanted to watch it at any cost and even started the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement.

With the massive response for this legitimate online movement from netizens, the cut is finally releasing on the HBO Max streaming service in 2021.

We want the Evil Warlord.

God of Evil, Darkseid is a universal tyrant who wants to subjugate all reality. He almost appeared in Justice League. For instance, in the flashback to the epic battle for the Mother Boxes.

But theatrical cut has no trace of Darkseid, and instead, Steppenwolf served as the movie’s big nemesis.

Darkseid Actor Revealed for Justice League Snyder Cut
Warner Bros. is roughly spending $20 million to complete post-production on the film.

Also, as per the rumors, Snyder’s original version of the Justice League ends with Wonder Woman Killing Steppenwolf. Subsequently, Darkseid appears via a Boom Tube to threaten the heroes.

Moreover, Snyder’s original DCEU plans are to kill Lois Lane in the hands of Seid, setting up the Knightmare sequence we saw in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice.

So there are a lot of scenes we would have seen Darkseid in, but sadly not. Well, we may get to see a few of them in the upcoming Snyder’s version.

Sources: ComicBook, ScreenRant

 

 

 

 

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