Justice League: Snyder reveals how Wonder Woman Original Killed Steppenwolf!!!!
Zack Snyder confirmed to Wonder Woman that Steppenwolf was killed in his Justice League court. So far, it is no secret what Snyder originally planned for the theatrical version of Justice League. The process changed so fast that Snyder never filmed his original script for Justice League.
What he filmed during the main photograph is now considered by many to be a Snyder cut of the Justice League. This version of the film was never released when Snyder moved away from the project after the death of his daughter. He was never going to be the main villain, but he had an impressive appearance of what Steppenwolf did.
In the third act of the Justice League!!!
Steppenwolf is defeated by the league and, consumed by fear of failure, is attacked by paradigms in the form of an expansion tube. He is the one who transfers it from the earth. But, the Snyder court of the Justice League gave it a very different ending. As confirmed by Snyder in a new publication about Vero, Steppenwolf was about to die at the hands of Wonder Woman. As seen below, it would separate from the Amazonian seconds before entering an expansion tube and possibly end up in Apolopolis in front of Darkseid.
This is a great revelation from Snyder!!!
Synder confirms that the third act was remodeled a bit in particular because many believed that Superman has a dead organism that resumes his upper lip. The jump was used in trailers and dramatic courts of the Justice League to kill Wonder Woman’s shot, but the last reference was changed to destroy Steppenwulf’s ax. Snyder’s reasoning for killing Diana is evident in his legend Steppenwolf.
Snyder said everything is not done 100./.!!!
The second great conclusion of this shows Snyder, although Snyder is the general state of the cut. There are many claims about how the Justice League version ended before it left, and this makes it clear that not everything was done 100%. Obviously, it takes a lot of work to complete this shot (which may be the first), and it is for this reason that this is not the only scene that was not finished. In any case, Snyder continues to reveal new aspects of the Snyder court of the Justice League, demonstrating how different its version will be.