When the deleted scene entitled “Communion” was released the Monday after Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice was released in theaters, many fans were puzzled and some felt it was desperation, as what was the reason to release a deleted scene so quickly?
It was also announced recently on the set of Justice League that the scene in question was originally going to be an after credit scene that director Zack Snyder decided against doing. Now according to an interview with Comic Book Resources it may have been a new way of teasing the next film.
That deleted scene from “BvS” that was released the Monday after, did you deliberately put it out there to sow the seeds for “Justice League?” Most of us are used to getting deleted scenes on a Blu-ray.
I kind thought like, “Oh, that would be a cool after-credits sequence.” But then I was like, “I don’t know, can I do that?” Because Marvel does that. “Is that a thing?” So we were like, “Oh! Well, maybe there’s another way to do it.”
So it looks like we may still be getting those scenes that hint at the next film, but online. Is this something you want to see more of or would you rather them go with the norm and have an after credit scene?
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