Earlier this month, Justice League fans got to watch two deleted scenes from the movie. The fans were quite thrilled to finally get a glimpse of Superman’s black costume in one of the deleted scenes. Now, Justice League director Zack Snyder has something to say about the deleted scene from the movie that focuses on Superman.
The deleted scene in question shows Superman walking through a hall containing three different costumes from which he chooses to wear his classic red and blue costume. Notably, fans carefully watched every frame of Justice League as well as the deleted scenes in search of clues and Easter eggs. One of them took to Vero to reach out the director asking him about the first deleted Justice League scene, wondering if the sequence was more than a simple Easter egg opportunity.
The fan who goes by the name Nick Albright went on to put forward his own theory claiming that Superman’s decision to choose his classic costume over the black suit is a direct callback to a scene from 2013 released Man of Steel in which Jonathan Kent encourages his son saying “All these changes you’re going through, one day you’re going to think of them as a blessing. And when that day comes, you’re going to have to make a choice: a choice of whether to stand proud in front of the human race or not.”
Snyder replied back to confirm the fan’s theory. He even shared the screenshot of the conversation on his Twitter account. You can check out the screenshots of the fan’s interaction with Snyder below.
“I think of course it’s that (what you said) and that now in one sense he has been born twice once on Krypton once on Earth,” Snyder responded, “and it is this reality that he now is starkly aware of as he moves through the ship.”
Justice League is currently available as digital HD. It will be made available on 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D Combo Pack, and DVD on March 13, 2018, and will hit homes by April 4.
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