With the release of a four-hour-long version of Zack Snyder’s Justice League, a completely new era of fans came up. Devon Sawa, who is an actor turned into a Twitter personality, asked his followers what all movies they love to see in a four-hour-long version. The replies were as expected, really interesting as well as unexpected.
Someone just wrote “none” out there which eventually became the most popular one. People have mixed reviews about Snyder’s Cut, but it is appreciated by the majority saying that great pieces of art are always longer.
Below is a list of movies that Twitter users want to see in a longer version
Twitter users want to see more of 1999’s The Mummy. The film has received a lot of love online as the film led to the bisexual awakening of many people after its release. This movie was a remake of the 1932 classic Boris Karloff feature. The Mummy starred Bredan Fraser, Rachel Weisz and Oded Fehr.
One of the Twitter users suggested that he wants an artistic version of Robin Williams. He is known for his improvisations.
Someone tweeted in favor of a four-hour-long version of the all-time blockbuster Titanic. The user specifically mentioned that he wanted to see more of the scene in which the two leads were in the water when only Rose was floating on the wreckage. This comment received over 1000 likes.
Several people tweeted that they wanted to see more of Annihilation’s world. The film was released back in 2018 and got kind of an average response at the box office, but it gained attention due to its bold visuals. It is a story of a girl who travels to the Shimmer, which is a section of America infected by some alien traces. She investigates the place to collect some evidence so that she can find out what has happened to her husband.
People want all three parts of the Hobbit to be put into a single four-hour-long film as it would be easy and more enjoyable that way. Although all three films were commercially successful but not gained much fame as compared to other trilogies.
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