Zack Snyder focusing all his Attention on ‘The Last Photograph,' Want a Break from 'Justice League!'
Reports are out that Zack Snyder after wrapping up "Justice League", will not work on "Justice League 2". Instead, he will concentrate on the long-in-develop project "The Last Photograph", a film which is set in war-torn Afghanistan.
After completing "Justice League", Zack Snyder will concentrate on "The Last Photograph". Although Snyder is going to direct the film but it has been pushed back to make room for Ben Affleck's standalone Batman film, as per The Hollywood Reporter.
Reportedly, "Aquaman" has got one of the two cage DCEU dates. Now, it's logical that the untitled DC movie which is scheduled to release Nov.1, 2019 must be "Justice League 2". As the movie is pushed back for a few more months Zack Snyder can have a break from Superhero movies and concentrate on something which is totally different. That opportunity has come to the director in the form of "The Last Photograph".
Meanwhile, "The Last Photograph" is based on war-torn Afghanistan. It is a story of a war correspondent in Afghanistan who is the sole survivor of an attack on a group of Americans. He teams up with a special operation soldier who is in search of a family member.
Usually, directors look forward to making films which are different from what they are making. Joss Whedon was directing Marvel's Avengers films, but in between, he took a break from them and released "Much Ado About Nothing". Another director who tried the same method is Michael Bay. Bay released both "Pain & Gain" and "13 Hours" in between his "Transformers" series, reported Geeks of Doom. Although, the Zack Snyder did not state such a reason behind his break from the "Justice League 2", but the possibility of it cannot be denied.