Zack Snyder clarifies details about the director’s cut of Rebel Moon


  • Director’s Cut by Zack Snyder Rebel Moon: Part One It will be a completely different film, with a different take on the franchise.
  • Unlike many other director’s cuts, Snyder’s cut is not just an extended version, but a new universe within the film.
  • The director’s cut will be a fully realized version of the R-rated film, reflecting Snyder’s original vision.

He Rebel Moon: Part One – A Child of Fire The director’s cut will actually be a completely different film. Created and directed by Zack Snyder, Rebel Moon premiered in select theaters on December 15 and debuted on Netflix a week later. A space opera has already been presented as censored star wars The film was later split into two parts and became an original film with a PG-13 rating. The director’s cut will be released at an unspecified time in the future and rumors suggest it will be a little sooner. Second part: The scar giverThe Liberation.

While many director’s films simply add extra scenes, Snyder has a different vision in mind. In an interview with Associated pressSnyder explained that the R-rating will offer a completely different take on the franchise. Because he planned the director’s cut while he was editing and developing the PG-13 Rebel MoonIn his world he had a very different view of the directing process than usual. See his quote below, via work:

It is not ‘extensive austerity’ O Movie. It almost seems like a different movie. It’s almost another universe [the R-rated cut] this film lives in it. The reason for this is that it is very philosophical to film the director’s cut of a movie before that version is completed. All the director’s cuts were made in response to things I had to cut from the theatrical cut, right? Of [Rebel Moon]This demand was never actually made.

We knew it was going to be a PG-13 movie. Deep down I always wanted the movie to get an R rating, but you realize the magnitude and cost of a movie like this: “Well, it’s not 100% responsible for the demand.” [They were] like, “What if we said you can do whatever you want here?” Make the PG-13 version and we’ll go crazy. [with the other cut]. We don’t care.” This was something I had never experienced before. [It will be a] A truly crazy experience for fans as it is a fully realized film full of strangeness, heavy metal and bizarre.

The Zack Snyder Story with Director’s Cuts


Rebel Moon Many critics agreed that it barely deviated from Snyder’s typical style, which makes the existence of a director’s cut so strange. Snyder produced several director’s cuts, including the infamous one Zack Snyder’s Justice Leaguewhich was released in 2021. The version was four hours longer than the original version, doubling the total running time, and was also rated R, a big change from the original PG-13.

However, the so-called “Snyder Cut” was not his first outing as a director. He also produced some for it Dawn of the dead AND Guardianwhile Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice received an extensive addition. Each version adds new visuals, though none come close Justice LeagueExtra length level. Finally, it can be difficult for theaters to handle a four-hour movie, because adding more showings per day is a way to increase box office revenue. If the so-called ‘Snyder Cut’ had been the original release, it would have been a challenge for the studio.

He Rebel Moon The director’s cut is unique in that Snyder already had near-perfect control over the project. Snyder admitted that Netflix didn’t restrict his artistic freedom too much, but the opportunity to increase the film’s rating is still a legitimate reason for the director’s cut. Seen Rebel Moon: Part One – A Child of Fire a new franchise begins, it will be interesting to see how different the Director’s Cut is and what impact it will have on future world development.

Source: Associated Press (via JoBlo)

Rebel Moon

From director Zack Snyder comes “Rebel Moon,” a sci-fi action film set in deep space that follows a colony facing the threat of regent Balisarius. Sofia Boutella plays a warrior tasked with recruiting others to fight the tyrant and his unstoppable forces determined to conquer her.

Djimon Hounsou, Sofia Boutella, Charlotte Maggi, Ray Fisher, Jena Malone, E. Duffy, Staz Nair, Doona Bae, Sky Yang, Charlie Hunnam, Cleopatra Coleman
The Quarry, Grand Electric

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