DCEU: Fan Letter To Zack Snyder, Submission Details And Deadline
Director Zack Snyder has been part of Warner Bros for many DCEU titles over the years. While he has been appreciated for his works on movies like “Watchmen” and “Man of Steel,” the director has also received hate mails for his recent titles like “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.”Advertisement
Currently, the director is busy filming for “Justice League.” As Zack Snyder wrapped up his shooting in London, he also decided to share a short featurette with his followers on twitter.
While fans appreciated Zack Snyder for his works on the going production movie, some haters also shared negative opinion on various social media platform. Moreover, many implied that Zack Snyder isn’t the suitable choice for directing Justice League on Youtube.
To cover up all the hate the DCEU director has been receiving, a twitter group called ‘DCEU Positivity’ has taken up an initiative. Suprisingly, the group is giving audience all over the world an opportunity to send their fan letter through them to Zack Snyder.
While the deadline for the fan letter was set for today (10/10/2016), DCEU Positivity has decided to extend it till “13th October 2016- Midnight 00:00.”
In the post, DCEU Positivity also revealed that “this is the official deadline to submit your fan letters for Zack Snyder.” Details suggest that “the maximum limite of pages is 3” and must sent as a direct message to the group on twitter or via email address. Check out the tweet below.
Zack Snyder is also busy sharing his knowledge and insight for other DCEU titles like “Wonder Woman” and “Aquaman.” The director has been working close with Patty Jenkins and James Wan.
By far, it has been confirmed that Zack Snyder will also direct the sequel of Justice League movie. however, its plot has not yet been revealed.
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