After the petition to release Zack Synder’s cut of the Justice League, Fantastic Four director Josh Trank hints at the unreleased cut of his Fantastic Four movie.
It’s been two years since the start of the campaign to release Synder’s cut of the Justice League, but there’s no news that Warner Bros. plans to release the director’s cut of the film. Also, there’s no such campaign for Fantastic Four, but there may very well be a director’s cut for that film as well. The same was indicated by Trank in 2015 and was backed up by actor Tony Kebbel who played Doctor Doom’s character. And now Josh has revisited his idea of releasing the director’s cut for the Fantastic Four movie.
Josh recently tweeted his idea and said Warner Bros. should play the director’s cut of both – Justice League and Fantastic Four. He further said to play Jerry Lewis’ The Day the Clown Cried which was not released due to controversies and then hold discussion over it. Josh implied that it was Warner Bros. fault for not releasing the director’s cut which could have been more successful than the original release. Check out the tweet below –
— Josh Trank (@joshuatrank) June 21, 2019
But anyways there’s a much bigger chance of Synder’s cut being released than the Trank’s cut. Recently, there’s a much bigger hype for the Synder’s cut release. And now more people have confirmed the existence of Synder’s cut including Ray Fisher who played the role of Cyborg in the movie. With this much pressure from the fans and the movie staff, Warner Bros. may have to give in and release the much-hyped Justice League’s director Zack Synder’s cut.
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