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Jesse Eisenberg Not Part Of #SnyderCut Movement

Jesse Eisenberg is not part of #Snyder Cut Movement

If there was ever a movement in the DC Extended Universe that won a million hands for support, it was hands down for the Snyder Cut Movement. The movement that created a whirlwind of support and encouragement for Zack Snyder’s cut of Justice League is an absolute winner. As it turns out, one prominent face of the DCEU does not seem as interested as his co-actors in this fabled cut. 

The Snyder Cut explained

The Snyder Cut explained
Snyder explaining the action sequences in the Justice League

It is highly likely that fans of the DCEU have developed a particular interest in Zack Snyder. This may have happened after his first two releases. But very shortly after this, Snyder religiously worked on the third script for DCEU, which was the Justice League. Despite his detailed approach towards the script, Warner Bros cut down his actual script to under two hours. This act left fans of Zack Snyder in shock as they rallied to release The Snyder Cut.

Celebrities who are excited about Zack Snyder’s cut

Celebrities who are excited about Zack Snyder's cut
Jason Momoa from one of his scenes in Aquaman

However, this was a legitimate protest over the concealed potential of Zack Snyder’s masterpiece. Nevertheless, some celebrities (Jason Momoa & Ben Affleck) who have already watched this think the Snyder Cut is beyond impressive. However, Jesse Eisenberg (Lex Luthor), the much-acclaimed villain of the DC comics, isn’t quite sure of his opinions about the Snyder Cut. 

Jesse Eisenberg lack of interest in the Snyder Cut

Jesse Eisenberg's lack of interest in the Snyder Cut
Jesse Eisenberg’s uncertainty about the Snyder movement

Moreover,speaking to the Toronto Sun recently, Eisenberg said he has never watched his DC movies to comment about the Snyder Cut. But he did extend his support to Zack for his incredible work.

“I’m not part of, I don’t even know what to call it: the movement,” he quipped. 

“I like Zack Snyder, and I worked with him for a while just by virtue of these movies taking so long to film.” However, Eisenberg added,” I love his style and aesthetic, and if there’s a movie he wanted to see released, I’m sure it would be great.”

Would this coyish opinion of Eisenberg affect his chances of featuring as the Lex Luthor as we think?

Sources: ScreenRant, IGN

Written by Neal Johnson

An avid movie fan and pop culture enthusiast.

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