After years of campaigning, and significant further investment, filmmaker Zack Snyder has finally unveiled his highly anticipated and requested cut of Justice League, which is vastly different to the 2017 Joss Whedon version of the film. Providing a unique, high profile example of how the same script can result in two very different films from two very different directors, the Snyder Cut has met higher critical acclaim than the original and is uniquely suited to the world of streaming in terms of its justification for existing at all. Steve and Ben examine this unique Hollywood production and why this occurred. They also discuss Justin Long, from I’m A Mac fame, lending his acting services to Intel to promote Intel’s chips as a counter point to Apple’s M1 chip.

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