Man of Steel actor Michael Shannon comes in support of Snyder's cut
Snyder's cut of Justice League will premiere on HBO Max in 2021
When DC Fans were convinced that Snyder's cut (the unreleased Zack Snyder's version of Justice League) would never see the light of the day, HBO Max announced that it will premiere on the new streaming site in 2021. Ever since the announcement, fans, and even celebrities have welcomed the decision. Michale Shannon, who played the supervillain Zod in Man Of Steel, is one of them.
Shannon has always been in support of Snyder's Cut and has again spoken in favour of the release in the podcast Car Con Carne. He is quoted as saying, "I feel for my friend Zack Snyder. He had a rough time of it, between the struggles with his family and what he went through with Warner Bros. Zack is a sweet, kind, gentle, hard-working, super conscientious human being, and I hope that this release gives him some sense of satisfaction or vindication or whatever because he’s such a good person. He deserves better than he’s been dealing with."
Looks like Shannon and Snyder, who worked together in Man Of Steel, share a great rapport.
Shannon was last seen in the thriller film The Quarry, which was released in April. He was also part of the blockbuster hit whodunit, Knives Out, in which he played the role of Walt Thrombey.
Over the months, there have been varied opinions about the much-hyped Snyder's Cut, but fans stayed with the director and in support of the release of the film.