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‘Justice League’: Zack Snyder explains the big hole in his film script

Although the “Justice League” Snyder Cut became a hit with audiences and critics, most viewers questioned a scoop.

In the movie, Darkseid (Ray Porter) invaded Earth for thousands of years in search of the anti-life equation and is ultimately defeated when Amazonas, Green Lanterns, and Atlantes unite against him.

While waiting for answers on the mother box located on Earth, Darkseid looks surprised when the Steppe Wolf (Ciarán Hinds) tells him that the desired equation is there.

How could being almighty forget the location of an artifact he has searched for all his life? Especially since he was already at the place where the equation was hidden …

In addition, it is the search for the anti-life equation that motivated all his conquest by the universe. This is why many fans have complained about the possible slip.

On the other hand, director Zack Snyder made a point of clarifying the question during an interview with Screen Rant.

“After being defeated he almost died on his return to Apokolips, he was bewildered. Moreover, he had been in a power struggle for thousands of years, the Earth was not the same anymore. When he regained a position of power nothing was as he once knew it and everyone who was by his side in the first invasion was already dead, he had been alone since the death of those who shared the battle with him.

So, were you convinced by the answer?

For those who have watched and haven’t figured out, the Anti-Life Equation is the villainous Darkseid’s most coveted mystical shard, an energy capable of giving its wearer the ability to restructure the multiverse as they wish.

Created by Jack Kirby in ‘Forever People’ # 5 (1971), the anti-life equation is basically made up of a literal mathematical formula that incorporates elements such as love, alienation, guilt, ambition and self-esteem.

Once deciphered, it acts by aspiring for all hope and free will from any thinking race, convincing them is not worth living.

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However, the extent of his powers is beyond the capacity for human comprehension and can only be understood by the gods, as is the case with Darkseid.

As the conqueror of the world, he has been responsible for decimating more than 100,000 universes on an arduous journey, which he defines as his life goal.

While remaining in his indefatigable conquest, the villain attempts to follow the mother boxes with the help of the Steppe Wolf in an attempt to add Earth to his collection of trophies.

However, the Snyder Cut shows the Steppe Wolf discovers that Earth is not only home to one of the Mother Boxes, but also holds the anti-life equation at its heart.

It is at this point that the villain acquires a much more important dimension than in the 2017 version of the film.

In the theatrically released film, Lobo da Estepe acts as the primary antagonist, and his research is all about the kindergarten boxes, leaving his mission somewhat muddled and incomplete, without opening up any margins for possible storylines.

“Before the mighty Darkseid ascended the throne, he searched the universe for the ultimate weapon: the anti-life equation,” the Steppe Wolf explains in an excerpt. “The key to controlling all life and all willpower throughout the multiverse. He found it hidden on a primitive planet … I found the primitive planet. The world that fought back. And the earth. The anti-life equation is embedded in the surface of this same world. I saw it, I witnessed it with my own eyes.

At one point, the Cyborg (Ray Fisher) has a vision of Superman (Henry Cavill) controlled by Darkseid, which is repeated in Batman’s (Ben Affleck) nightmare …

Likely, he could be under the influence of the equation, acting as a mental slave to Darkseid, which could be explained in a sequence.

Snyder Cut makes it clear that if the director had had the opportunity to complete production on time in 2017, the future of DCEU might have been very different these days.

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