Many people have slammed Zack Snyder’s DCEU, but years after the releases of BvS: Dawn of Justice and Man of Steel, both the films remain highly debated films of the superhero world, with Snyder recently opening doors into his thoughts and secret references built into his films.
The director was once again doing some Q&A regarding BvS and answered to questions asked by @Ser_Jon_Arryn. He revealed that “Wonder Woman was not around during the pivotal Knightmare sequence in the film.”
So Snyder answered two questions for us. One about Wonder Woman in the Knightmare Scene and the scene in BvS where Clark starts to search for Martha but hears the voices ? pic.twitter.com/6zdnfBqIyd
— John Aaron Garza ?? (@Ser_Jon_Arryn) November 6, 2018
Does this mean that Wonder Woman was supposed to get killed while fighting Darkseid? The answer begets yet another question.
However, when asked why didn’t Superman use his powers to save Martha from Lex’s goons, Snyder said:
“It is a green screen shot. He flies up above the city and hovers. The camera begins to rotate around him as he hears the Cries of citywide crime going on and as we get closer, he is in pain because he knows if he tries to find her this way, he will have to ignore the countless crimes going on in the two cities and the world.”
Well, this sounds interesting and one cannot deny the thematic connectivity and consistency in Snyder’s DCEU storyline.