TV & FILM
brian-mcgee - January 5, 2018
Despite the fact that pop culture petitions and protests never, ever work, some angry DC fans are taking to the streets of California tomorrow to demand that Warner Brothers release Zack Snyder's cut of Justice League. As if operating under the delusion that there's a good movie in there somewhere, these fans are collectively misplacing their anger towards the studio once again.
According to Comic Book Movie, the event titled "#ReleaseTheSnyderCut" plans a peaceful protest tomorrow in Burbank outside Warner Brothers Studios. I'll let CBM rather brilliantly sum up the issue with that particular plan of action...
The plan is for a peaceful protest to take place outside Warner Bros.' headquarters in Burbank, California on Saturday, a day when the vast majority of studio employees won't actually be at work. A YouTuber (of course) has set the protest up and he will apparently be handing out signs and insists no one that attends should insult any Warner Bros. employees, Whedon, or anyone else for that matter.
Set aside for a moment the fact that it would cost Warner Brothers millions of dollars to let Snyder actually go back and realize his vision, and consider the fact that they're set to lose over $100 million on this movie. What possible motivation would they have for doing this? A couple of dozen angry fan boys in the streets? It's never gonna happen guys, so just learn to live with that fact already.
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