It’s been a full year since DC released the butchered Joss Whedon version of Justice League and filmmaker Zack Snyder, and a number of fans, are still finding it hard to let go of what could have been. Over the last few months, we’ve seen more and more deleted clips, storyboards, artwork, and costumes shared on social media platform Vero that were left on the editing room floor. The most recent is a scene involving Lois Lane (Amy Adams) visiting a coffee shop where the director made a cameo appearance.
The black and white photograph shows Lois Lane leaving Fred & Ginger Coffee, with the director comfortably sitting in the background. “[She’s] on her way to Heroes Park to pay her daily respects to her love,” Snyder revealed in the comments. It seems the shop is a replica of an actual coffee shop Zack Snyder visited while storyboarding the film. “Not only is it a cameo, it’s me drawing the scene in a fake coffee shop that represents the real coffee shop where I drew the real scene,” he wrote in another comment.
When you look back at all the extras released over the last while, it’s clear to see that Snyder did, in fact, film more scenes than Warner had us believe. There actually might be a Snyder Cut out there after all.
In addition to the cool photo of the deleted scene, Zack Snyder also shared his storyboard: