Zack Snyder Hosting a Three-Day Director's Cut Event

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Zack Snyder fans may not have a director's cut of Justice League, but the director will be hosting an event to screen the director's cut of three of his previous films: Dawn of the Dead, Watchmen and Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition.

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These movies will be screened at the ArtCenter College of Design's Hillside Campus in California, with the zombie-action flick Dawn of the Dead screening on Mar. 22 at 6 p.m. Watchmen will screen on Mar. 23 at 4 p.m., while Batman v Superman has the 4 p.m. slot on Mar. 24. Tickets can be purchased at the college's website, with details on multi-day passes and discounts also available.

This event will be used to raise funds for the refurbishing of the college's Ahmanson Auditorium and, as Snyder is an alumnus, he's doing his part to help out. Snyder will also lead a panel with special guests from the films' cast and crew after each screening. Proceedings will be sponsored by Snyder's social media partner, Vero, with limited edition t-shirts for sale at the event.

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To bring the cinematic aesthetic to the event, there will be snacks available as fans hear from the director and pick his brain about these longer cuts that didn't make it to cinemas. Snyder's known for adding a lot of extra scenes into these final cuts, with Batman v Superman, for example, running over 30 minutes extra. His loyalists tried to petition Warner Bros. for a Snyder cut of Justice League in 2017, but despite him and Joss Whedon both mixing visions for a final product, such a cut doesn't seem to exist.

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