Fans can own a piece of Snyder Cut history by bidding on unique photographs taken and signed by Justice League Director Zack Snyder.
Fans looking to own a piece of the history of Zack Snyder’s Justice League have a chance to win one of 14 one-of-a-kind character portraits signed and shot by Zack Snyder.
Fourteen still photographs of Zack Snyder’s cut from League of Justice have been put up for auction by Charity buzz. These photographs were taken by Zack Snyder himself and feature many of the film’s leads, including Ben Affleck as Batman, Jared Leto as the Joker, Ray Fisher as Cyborg, Joe Magliano as Deathstroke, and Amber Heard as Mera. Each of these images is captured in black and white and was shot in Simi Valley, California, during new shootings for the film. One of the images, featuring Jared Leto as the Joker with a crown of thorns, was used as a promotional image for the film in the weeks leading up to its release on HBOMax.
Proceeds from the auctions will benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP). The AFSP is a voluntary health organization dedicated to providing a community for those affected by suicide. They empower research, education and advocacy for people to take action against suicide. The cause has been closely associated with the Snyder Cut and appeared as a billboard within the film, indicating that “You are not alone.” In the past, fans of Zack Snyder’s Justice League they have raised more than $ 500,000 for the organization.
The auctions are scheduled to end on April 22, between 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm EDT. The photos featured in this auction were taken during the final filming process of the film and capture the actors as they appeared in the final sequence of Knightmare from League of Justice. That scene, showing Snyder Verse’s potential future, has inspired the social media trend to #RestoreTheSnyderVerse in hopes of continuing Zack Snyder’s work. Social media is where the initial momentum for Zack Snyder’s Justice League was born, as fans rushed to support the director in the wake of the drastic edits made at the 2017 Justice League launch.
Recently, allegations have been made against director Joss Whedon, who stepped in to finalize the original release of League of Justice. Actor Ray Fisher has spoken prominently against Whedon, as well as former DC Movies CEO Geoff Johns. Since the initial allegations of racism and abuse by Fisher were made, other actors who have previously worked with Whedon have shared their own stories, in addition to offering support to Fisher.
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