The push to forego Warner Bros. selling the SnyderVerse to Netflix was nearing delusional from the start, highlighting a grave lack of grasp for business operations.
Mobilizing the troops to organize a coordinated Twitter offensive on Valentine's Day only served to open the most dedicated supporters up to more scrutiny, and we'd be remiss not to mention the fact Zack Snyder has a lot on his plate at the streaming service creating and directing original blockbusters he can build from the ground up.
James Gunn came out and trashed the idea behind the latest SnyderVerse saga, stating explicitly that it will not take place under his leadership. Snyder, who is well-known for writing the screenplay for 2004's Dawn of the Dead, is both a regular contributor to Netflix.
Did the SnyderVerse subset graciously admit defeat after coming to the realization that there aren't many more nails that can possibly be hammered into the coffin of their hopes and dreams? You may already know the answer.
No matter how many times you hear the same thing, they will not go quietly into the night without worrying about how well-rounded and consistent the DCU's Chapter 1 – Gods & Monsters turns out. On the plus side, Snyder's Rebel Moon is only ten months away from streaming.