The Boys Showrunner Clarifies Intent Behind Justice League Joke Aimed at Joss Whedon

The Boys Showrunner Clarifies Intent Behind Justice League Joke Aimed at Joss Whedon
Possibly the biggest controversy to hit the comic book movie genre in the past decade had to do with 2017's Justice League, which Zack Snyder was directing before Warner Bros. kicked him off the project and replaced him with Joss Whedon to remake the whole thing, leading to the three-year-long #ReleasetheSnyderCut movement. The second season of The Boys recently referenced that controversy by hinting at rewrites of an in-universe superhero movie called Dawn of the Seven by someone named Joss. In an interview with Collider, the series showrunner Eric Kripke weighed in on the reference, and whether it is making some sort of a statement about the whole 'Snyder cut' issue.

"We weren't making any particular comment. I have no particular opinion on any version of any cut of any superhero movie. It's just more that Joss is the most well-known name of a guy who writes and rewrites superhero movies.
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