Justice League Head Zack Snyder has shared a low-res image of his version of Steppenwolf, and it makes the version shown by Joss Whedon look even more ridiculous.
There were a lot of issues with the theatrical version of Justice League, but the main one was Steppenwolf. Like most comic book movie villains, he was quite disappointing. A surprise considering the fact that Joss Whedon delivered incredible antagonists with Loki and Ultron in his Avengers movies.
It didn't really help in the movie that Steppenwolf looked quite boring, with his cartoonish appearance he was a real sticking point for many fans. He certainly didn't look as formidable as the villain Zack Snyder showed in a deleted scene from Batman v Superman: Dawn of justice, and was likely streamlined to save money on visual effects while Whedon re-filmed most of the movie.
Now, Snyder is going to share his vision of the Justice League courtesy of HBO Max, and while a preview of the Snyder Cut is revealed on the DC FanDome, the filmmaker has shared in Vero the original version of Steppenwolf that we did not get to see. in theaters.
In fact, it looks downright scary, and while this is a low-res image, it's clear that the Steppenwolf in Zack Snyder's Justice League will look much more in line with what we've seen in the concept art shown previously. .
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