In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, screenwriter Chris Terrio, who signed Zack Snyder’s version of ‘Justice League’ and also ‘Batman v. Superman ‘, spoke about Joss Whedon’s controversial attitudes in the 2017 film’s first draft, saying he was never called in for the re-recordings, but tried to contact members of the studio.
However, producers close to Whedon never responded. Terrio also took to the interview to talk about how much the director changed the movie that had been built by Snyder.
“I only heard occasional news about the re-recordings. I had no idea how much the film would be changed – or vandalized, in my opinion. It was clear, as I spoke with several actors, that this was a dismantling of what already existed. I didn’t hear anyone say it was a pleasant experience ”.
When pressed by Whedon’s bullying, Terrio had little to add: “I probably shouldn’t talk about this. I never met Joss. I do not know him. I tried to contact him at the start of the process, through the executives, but I did not get a response, which is not abnormal ”.
Zack Snyder, Joss Whedon’s ‘Justice League’ saga and the release of ‘Batman Vs. Superman’ would make for an incredible documentary book, and now is the time for screenwriter Chris Terrio to give his side of the story.
During the same interview, the screenwriter opened up about his involvement in the two aforementioned films and explained how he met star Ben Affleck to help him rewrite the “ BvS ” script to give it more depth.
“Ben called me and told me he was working on this movie, which was a Superman movie that he would play Batman in. Then he asked me if I could read the script and consider a rewrite. He asked me if I would do more work on the character arcs. So it was already determined and preestablished that Batman would try to kill Superman and he would have a very dark arc. He was plotting criminals and he would have obscure elements that were not negotiable and were already in history ”.
He also spoke about the desire to create a story that audiences believe in Batman’s downfall, comparing him to Captain Ahab from the classic novel “Moby Dick” and that he was “traumatized by the Krypton War on Earth.”
As if that weren’t enough, Terrio also said he didn’t like the title chosen for ‘Batman vs Superman,’ saying he didn’t choose it and how he would like the feature to be called. .
“I wrote the sketches for the movie Batman / Superman, which was not called ‘Batman vs Superman: The Awakening of Justice’ by me. I did not name the script. I actually found out what the movie was called with the rest of the world on the internet. I was not consulted on the title of the film and I was as surprised as anyone. I wouldn’t have called it “Batman vs. Superman: Awakening Justice,” “Terrio confirmed to Vanity Fair.
He added, “I’m not sure who named him exactly, but I suspect it was the studio and I suspect it was marketing, to be honest with you. This may have been the first step in creating ill will for the film. I suspect that putting the words “Batman” and “Superman” in the title had a marketing component. “
Terrio claims studio executives ordered 30 minutes of the film to be cut from the final edition, sabotaging the production narrative – which was ultimately responsible for many negative reviews.
“If you took out 30 minutes from ‘Argo,’ like they did in ‘Batman vs. Superman: Origin of Justice,’ it wouldn’t make sense. Critics would say, “What a lazy storyline,” as the characters would have no motivation and would not be cohesive. And I totally agree with them, ”says the screenwriter.
In Zack Snyder’s ‘Justice League’, determined to ensure that Superman’s (Henry Cavill) final sacrifice is not in vain, Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) teams up with Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) with the intention of recruit a team of metahumans to protect. the world facing an imminent threat of catastrophic proportions. The task is more difficult than Bruce imagined, as each of the recruits must face off against demons from their own past to transcend what stood in their way, allowing them to unite and ultimately form an unprecedented league of heroes. Now united, Batman (Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gadot), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), Cyborg (Ray Fisher) and The Flash (Ezra Miller) may be too late to save the planet from Steppenwolf, DeSaad and Darkseid and their terrible intentions. “.
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