Zack Snyder’s DCEU Superman Trilogy Ending Would’ve Fixed His “God-Like” Movie Criticism

  • Zack Snyder planned for the DCEU Superman and his god-like depiction to evolve into a deeper character arc reconnecting him with his humanity.
  • The cancelation of the Snyderverse led to the loss of the intended trilogy where Superman would regain his humanity after facing corruption by Darkseid with the Anti-Life Equation.
  • The DCU's new Superman movie will hopefully explore balancing Kal-El's Kryptonian powers with his human heritage as Clark Kent, offering a more balanced take on the character the Snyderverse wasn't allowed to fully carry out.
Had the DCEU continued with Zack Snyder's vision intact, criticisms about Superman's "god-like" portrayal would have been addressed. Played by Henry Cavill, there's no denying that the DCEU's Man of Steel was depicted with strong parallels to a divine savior, specifically Jesus Christ. While this framing was often controversial, Zack Snyder has confirmed that it was meant to be part of a greater character arc that would have seen Superman reconnect with his humanity in future projects.
Following the cancelation of the DCEU's Snyderverse, Warner Bros. is preparing to launch a brand-new DC Universe with James Gunn and Peter Safran at the helm. However, Zack Snyder has continued to reveal and talk about what would have been in the works beyond Justice League. This includes what could have been a very compelling endgame for Henry Cavill's Superman regarding the perceptions of the world and its masses who'd come to view the Man of Steel as a literal god.


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