Zack Snyder was re-directed at Justice League, although he didn't pay
Justice League was again worked on by Zack Snyder after having left and continued by Joss Whedon. His involvement this time was not paid for by Warner Bros.
Zack Snyder confirmed this. He did not receive a payment check, but he received other compensation.
"I really don't get paid. Actually, this is my way to keep my negotiations with those who have the power to stay strong," he said as quoted by ScreenRant.
The release of this film is said to have made the Warner Bros. studio. spend up to USD 70 million. Even though he didn't receive a fee, Zack Snyder on the other hand was given a big project on HBO Max streaming and the story of his return to working on Justice League will be made special content by Warner Bros.
There were shots taken in this year's Justice League version, including additional scenes featuring the Joker, played by Jared Leto. But not only that, Zack Snyder also has many scenes that he had previously done when he decided to leave in the middle of production in 2016.
The most recent shooting was when he added the Joker to the story in the Justice League film this time.
Justice League is slated for release April 16 this year. This film will be shown on the big screen and can be watched streaming via HBO Max.
The trailer was released a week ago. From the trailer, Zack Snyder shows his different touches, including the appearance of Superman in an all-black costume.
Not only that, he also featured other villains besides Steppenwolf who became the main villain in the old Justice League film directed by Joss Whedon. Namely Granny Goodness who is behind the Lord of Apokolips.
Joss Whedon's version of Justice League in 2017 is actually profitable with revenues reaching USD 675 million worldwide. However, this achievement is not comparable to the criticism received by this film. The plot of the story to the appearance of the visual effects of this film received negative and unsatisfactory comments which made fans push Warner Bros to issue Zack Snyder's version of Justice League.
Rows of Stars Stricken by Controversy for Roles
Acting in films is not always fun for the actors and actresses below. Their appearance was even controversial. The following include:
1. Ben Affleck - Argo
Argo's film is based on the true story of CIA agent Tony Mendez and his undercover mission to save American citizens from the 1979 hostage crisis in Iran. Ben Affleck is controversial because he doesn't have Hispanic blood like the character he plays.
Regarding that, Ben Affleck also opened his voice. He said that should not be a problem.
"You know, I asked Tony Mendez's approval to play him. And Tony basically doesn't have a Latin / Spanish accent," said Ben Affleck.
2. Emma Stone - Aloha
In the film Aloha (2015), Emma Stone plays Allison Ng, a character who comes from Hawaii and has Asian blood. Like Ben Affleck, he said that his role in films should not be considered problematic because of differences in cultural backgrounds.
"This is a very important conversation. The character should not look like his background is a quarter Hawaiian and a quarter Chinese," he said in a News.com interview in Australia.
3. Tilda Swinton - Doctor Strange
The Doctor Strange film is based on the Marvel comic strip of the same name, and in the comics, the Ancient One character is actually depicted by an Asian man. The Ancient One was Doctor Strange's mentor and was considered the Sorcerer Supreme. And the election of Tilda Swinton is considered not in accordance with the comic description about the Ancient One.
Responding to the controversy that led to him, Tilda Swinton responded with a big heart.
"I think when people see this film, they will see that this film comes from a very diverse place, in many different ways. Maybe the misconceptions surrounding this film have become an opportunity for those who disagree to be heard, and I'm not against it at all," said the actress.
4. Halle Berry
Halle Berry was selected to portray the character of a transgender man in an as yet untitled film. The news provoked harsh responses from many parties, one of which was the LGBT organization.
Halle Berry had survived the criticism he received. But in the end he decided not to continue with the offer.
"I shouldn't have considered this role, and the transgender community should have the opportunity to tell their own story," he said in a statement he tweeted.
5. Julianne Moore
In the 2010 film The Kids Are All Right, Julianne Moore played Jules, a lesbian and parent. His gender expression, which he criticized in a different life, did not match the character he played.
Since then, Julianne Moore has been considering a similar character if in the future it is offered to him.
"When I played this role, I looked back. Will this role be accepted by many people? Because I think we need to provide real representation to many people out there," he said.
In the film he collided acting with Mark Ruffalo and the late actor Eddie Hassell. The film was nominated for Best Picture at the 2011 Oscar.
6. Scarlett Johansson - Ghost in The Shell
The Ghost in The Shell film is based on an anime series starring a Japanese woman, Motoko Kusanagi. The election of Scarlett Johansson also caused debate to play the character of Major Mira Killian.
"I think this character is going through a very unique experience because he has a human brain in a completely machine body. He's basically anonymous," he said in response to the criticism he received.
Scarlett Johannson added that he basically never tried to play a character from a certain race.
7. Anne Hathaway - The Witches
Anne Hathaway lined up as a witch in the film adaptation of the children's novel, Roald Dahl. This film is controversial because it shows the character of a wizard who is physically imperfect because it only has four fingers.
Anne Hathaway emphasized that she was unaware of the impact her character portrayals had on some audiences. "As someone who truly believes in inclusiveness and truly hates cruelty, I owe you all an apology for the pain it has caused. I apologize," he said in a recent statement.
He also encouraged his fans to support the campaign to raise awareness for individuals to respond to physical differences in some people. The campaign is accompanied by the hashtag #NotAWitch and was initiated by the Lucky Fin Project organization.
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