>>116263600>Fans have demanded it and cognitive dissonance and belief perseverance will make sure they enjoy it. You know, the shit that keeps religion going
Yeah and that's why it took the Star Wars Sequels to make the Prequels popular with the vocal fans.>Zack has had time now to listen to what fans liked/didn't like.
...he had four years to listen to what they liked/didn't like. He made Justice League. If you're really dead set on believing that Justice League wasn't his baby, then he had three years to listen to what the fans liked/didn't like. He made Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. It was terrible. It's genuinely a bad film.>Sonic was fixed just by fans complaint about the trailer.
Sonic was a movie that reportedly cost $85m, had a number of household name if not huge stars who probably took up a lot of the budget, and had as you acknowledge significant reworking. If that reworking was 25% of the original budget and 85m represents full production spend, then the original budget was $68m. How much do you think they spent on CGI? How much do you think they spent redoing all of that CGI? Because if it's above 25% of the original budget - and it could well be - then that's simply unrealistic for the $300m monstrosity that was Justice League going into what amounts to a home video director's cut release. HBO weren't gonna pony up another $75m on the understanding that they'd make it back with subscriptions.
Do not expect miracles here.>This movie was fully released and now they have tons of time and HBO money to fix everything.
The time they have is fixed and determined from the point at which someone said OK hire Snyder back to the release date he/they estimated and then announced. Time is finite. Deadlines are real. HBO is not a bottomless money pit, they'll work with outtakes and limited new CGI, probably some small studio which is basically college kids with AfterEffects.>If nothing else, it will get HBO Max subscribers>>>/t/