Hyperbolic nonsense. And clickbait.Collider had to add their unwanted opinion on the film
How the release of the so-called Justice League Snyder Cut and the triumph of its toxic fan base could spell disaster for the rest of the film industry.collider.com
?? The article only serves to insult Snyder. "Snyder agreed to provide something and didn't follow through". As if he provoked the death of his daughter, nonetheless actually had the mindset to want to continue immediately afterward. Warner Bros. saw it as their segue and it backfired in their faces. What a P.O.S. article.(They're also kinda right.)
Where've you been?I guess this is the first I'm hearing of there being any significant problem with a "toxic fanbase" surrounding this film.
Vocally expressing an opinion (even in-artfully or crassly) does not automatically make one "toxic."
There's precisely one reason for this to be re-released. To make money. Same as the various re-cut versions we've seen of of Highlander II, Dune, Blade Runner, Star Wars O.T. ... This is nothing new for a genre film.There are valid reasons for this to be re-released
First I'm hearing of the film having any sort of fanbase as well. This isn't colorizing Casablanca.I guess this is the first I'm hearing of there being any significant problem with a "toxic fanbase" surrounding this film.
Exactly, plus the concept that DECU is the way comic movies should be and that, somehow, Disney is bribing reviewers (or in JL’s case, causing Snyder’s daughter to commit suicide so he removes himself from the movie) to promote Marvel.They aren't a fan of the released film, they're a fan of the idea of the Snyder Cut.