From trying to save sacred land in Hawaii to shaving his beard in order to get people to recycle, Jason Momoa is quite the lovely chap. But even he isn’t immune from doing some questionable things that warrant some critical rethinking of him as a person.
Case in point: He’s apparently seen the mythical “Snyder Cut” of the fustercluck that was Justice League and is hyping it up as, ahem, “ssssiiicccckkkkkk.”
He also apparently can’t spell “Snyder” properly but that’s not as important as him shining the spotlight once again onto Justice League.
For those who aren’t aware of what’s going on here, the “Snyder Cut” is a much-talked-about-but-seen-by-almost-nobody version of Justice League Zack Snyder had cobbled together before he left the project and the film was rejigged by new director Joss Whedon.
This new version of Justice League – known as “Josstice League” – ended up flopping big time and Snyder began talking up his original version of the film, which salty fans under the delusion that Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice is a great film (it isn’t) have been demanding to see.
It’s actually quite heartwarming to see Jason pay tribute to Zack for casting him as Aquaman but his unreserved praise of the mythical Justice League “Snyder Cut” will ensure that fans will keep talking about it until the end of time, which is quite annoying for all those who want to forget that dreary period of the DC Extended Universe.
It’s been two years, folks, and the DC Extended Universe is in a far better place without the need for Batman and Superman. And let’s be honest here, the possibility of seeing the “Snyder Cut” is less than zero since it’s by all accounts still unfinished and there’s no way Warner Bros. will shell out the money to release another version of a film that utterly failed.
So to all those “Snyder Cut” loyalists out there, just take Jason Momoa’s word that it is “ssssiiicccckkkkkk” and let’s all move on because there’s no convincing argument that will get people believing that Batman V Superman is a good film and Justice League was going to be a masterpiece.