Jason Momoa and Henry Cavill expressed enthusiasm over DC’s announcement of the release of Zack Snyder’s version of “Justice League”.
The actor used their social media accounts to celebrate DC’s decision to release the previously unseen version of the film.
Snyder oversaw the filming of the Justice League, which brought together DC Comics heroes Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman and others. The director had gathered part of the film before retiring to face a family tragedy.
The director of “Avengers” Joss Whedon took over in post-production to oversee the covers and the complete editing.
“Ladies and gentlemen, it has finally happened. The Snyder Cup will be released next year! Cavill wrote while sharing the cup poster.
“Now I know there have been two camps on the whole Snyder Cut thing and if it will happen for a moment. Remember, we all have more Justice League now, it’s a win-win. So be nice to each other. Congratulations, Mr. Snyder! “
In the comments, his co-star Momoa wrote “Love u bro excited for the world to see”, before sharing a post on his own Instagram page.
“Finally, it is happening. Your welcome (sic). Justice has been done. All my aloha to all those who made this possible. All the fans. We love you. ALOHA, “he added.