Director Zack Snyder dedicated his next Justice League cut to his daughter Autumn, whose death contributed to the director’s decision to leave production.

Before the launch of Zack snyder League of Justice, the director revealed that his next film will feature a dedication to his late daughter Autumn.

Snyder spoke about Autumn and her impact on both her decision to leave the original production of League of Justice and his inspiration to return to the film in an interview with Vanity fair. “At the end of the movie, it says ‘For Autumn,'” Snyder said.

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“Without her, this absolutely would not have happened,” he added. The director also talked about the conversations he and Autumn had about his depression. “She always wondered about her worth. ‘What is my worth? What am I supposed to do? What is it about?'” Snyder recalled. “The conversation was like, ‘De course you are amazing! What do you mean by your value? You are more valuable than anything in the world! And she just said, ‘… yes.’

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Snyder initially left production at League of Justice in May 2017, six months before the movie was released in theaters and two months after her daughter’s suicide. As Snyder grappled with his family tragedy, the DC Entertainment creative director enlisted Whedon to rewrite and co-direct. League of Justice. While Snyder was initially open to Whedon contributing to the rewrites, he was reluctant when Warner Bros gave Whedon more directing privileges. “We just lost the will to fight that fight in so many ways,” Snyder said. “All of us, the whole family, were so devastated by [losing Autumn] that having those conversations in the middle really turned into … I was like, ‘Really?’ Frankly, I think we did the right thing because I think it would have been incredibly belligerent or we just turned around. “

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Whedon is currently involved in various controversies. Cyborg actor Ray Fisher accused Whedon of creating a toxic workplace on the set of League of Justice. Other allegations of abuse on Whedon’s set came from various members of the Whedon cast. Buffy the Vampire Slayer, including Charisma Carpenter, who said Whedon made fun of her religious beliefs, called her fat while she was four months pregnant, among other transgressions. Recently, Firefly Writer José Molina alleged that Whedon bragged about making female writers cry.

Zack Snyder’s Justice League stars Ben Affleck as Batman, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Henry Cavill as Superman, Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Ezra Miller as The Flash, Ray Fisher as Cyborg, Jeremy Irons as Alfred Pennyworth, Diane Lane as Martha Kent, Ray Porter as Darkseid, Ciarán Hinds as Steppenwolf, Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor, and JK Simmons as Commissioner Gordon. The film hits HBO Max on March 18.

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Source: Vanity fair

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