The Fan-Fueled Snyder Cut with Brandon Katz

Senior Media Analyst

This week host Paul Dergarabedian is joined again by Brandon Katz, Senior Entertainment Reporter for Observer covering the film and television industry, this time discussing the much-anticipated release of Zack Snyder’s Justice League, often referred to as the “Snyder Cut.” 

Listen as Brandon explains how fan pressure led to the release of the Snyder Cut and what hurdles it must overcome to succeed. Then stick around as Paul and Brandon analyze how the rules of movie releases are changing as more studios opt for both streaming and theater premieres over the traditional theatrical release.

This episode covers:

  • The backstory of the Snyder Cut
  • Why Justice League is considered one of the most controversial modern era DCEU films
  • The power and influence of fandom
  • How the Snyder Cut went from being a mini-series to a 4-hour film
  • What a successful Snyder Cut could mean for the future of DC films
  • The changing landscape of movie releases in the streaming era

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