“Gann is a friend of Zach, he will give him credit,” he wrote. @sameerj2003. We couldn’t find any promises from the Guardians of the Galaxy director that implied he would keep the franchise nearly a decade in the water for now. “It’s BS!” exclaimed @TheNuGeekz. “THEY BETTER NOT RELOAD! FAMILY, ABDI AND DE LUCA WANT SNEYDER’S VERSE!” While The Hollywood Reporter suggested that some Warner Bros. contemplated one final outing for the cast of 2016’s Justice League, it doesn’t seem to align with James Gunn’s supposed vision for the future.
Several users, including @restoreZSJL, shared edited photos of veteran actors holding “I believe in Zack Snyder” buttons — ironically borrowing iconography from the more successful and completely unrelated DC franchise. Many users have been heartbroken by the loss of former franchise protagonists Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill and Gal Gadot, the latter two possibly driving their fans prematurely into a frenzy about sequels that may never happen. “DC needs a Trinity [sic]. Always, called @SnyderQueen_by posting the hashtag directly to your Warner Bros. account. on Twitter.
Multiple tweets shared the same photo of Gunn with disgraced Avengers and Justice League director Joss Whedon in what seemed like a bizarre attempt to prove some sort of moral connection between the two. @JustAnotherLiv2for example, he signed the picture with a rather dramatic quote from J. R. R. Tolkien: “Evil cannot create anything new, it can only spoil and destroy what good forces have invented or created.”
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