Although it might seem that Zack Snyder had only returned to work with Warner to remake his vision of the Justice League, the truth is that the director has done a little what he wanted and has included everything from the first At that time he wanted to include in the film that the studio did not like it in case there is the possibility of continuing with the story he devised.
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As Zack Snyder himself has explained in an interview with Vanity Fair, his idea for the Justice League was a story that was to be developed in three different films, in which, in addition, it was going to see what would happen if finally Darkseid he managed to activate the Anti-Life Equation, as seen in the final scene of the film released last Thursday on HBO.
But this was not the only plan that Snyder had in mind, as the director also had plans for one of DC’s superheroes, more specifically Batman, for whom he had already found a replacement, as can be seen in the mysterious scene in Lois Lane with a pregnancy test.
“Lois is pregnant at the end of the movie, the pregnancy test can be seen on her bedside table with the label of a fictional French brand called Force Majeure, a French phrase that can be translated as” unexpected circumstances. “It was always my I had the idea to include it but in 2017 they made me remove it, so now I have put it, “explained the director in the interview.
A pregnancy test that would lead us to the next Batman, because as Snyder explains in the same interview, his replacement idea for Bruce Wayne is precisely the son of Lois Lane and Superman although the story would not develop in one of the three Justice League movies.
“Twenty years later, on the anniversary of Batman’s death, his parents would take young Bruce Kent to the Batcave and say, ‘Your Uncle Bruce would be proud you were here or something like that,” Snyder explained.