In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, when asked if he might one day helm another DC project, taking into consideration his prior departure from Justice League, Snyder gave a very cryptic reply. The 55-year-old filmmaker began, “I always go, what is more likely? That Warner Bros. would ask me to make a sequel to Justice League? Or that they would resurrect a three-year-old movie, spend millions of dollars to restore it to my original [vision], and then release it?” According to Zack, Justice League 2 would have been a more likely scenario than what’s just happened with the Warner Bros. paying him “millions of dollars” to complete Snyder Cut.
Snyder concluded hopefully, “So, I guess in the face of that I say, ‘Who knows what the future holds?'” SPOILERS ALERT Given Bruce Wayne’s Knightmare premonition epilogue in Justice League Snyder Cut featuring him, Cyborg (Ray Fisher), The Flash (Ezra Miller), Mena (Amber Heard), Deathstroke (Joe Manganiello) and The Joker (Jared Leto) teaming up against a villainous Superman (Henry Cavill) along with the deaths of Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Aquaman (Jason Momoa) and Lois Lane (Amy Adams), fans would definitely sign a petition for Justice League 2 to see how their beloved DC superheroes came to the tragic predicament in the first place and what they will eventually do to save the day once again.