More images of DC Extended Universe filmmaker Zack Snyder from his cameo on Wonder Woman have surfaced online. Tuesday marked a new chapter in the wondrous story of the Amazon warrior princess as Wonder Woman made its debut on digital. The film has been a stunning success from the very beginning, from its $100 million opening weekend in June, to crossing the $400 million box office mark both domestically and overseas, totaling more than $800 million in ticket sales worldwide.
But now that Wonder Woman has made its debut on home video in digital form (with the 4K, Blu-ray and DVD version coming September 19), fans will be able to study the film frame-by-frame if they wish, free to dissect every nook and cranny of the summer's No. 1 film at the domestic box office. That includes the blink-and-you'll-miss-them moments, including a cameo by Snyder, who is, of course, one of the major architects of the DCEU.
While it took fans mere days to find Snyder's cameo in the film as a World War I soldier in Brodie helmet and a long firearm, more images of the director and occasional cameo actor have appeared on the DC Extended Universe Twitter account. This time around, the images are in full color (as opposed to the vintage photo of his cameo role that appeared earlier), and show Snyder on the set with director Patty Jenkins. See the images in the tweet below:
— DC Extended Universe (@DCEUniverse) August 29, 2017
While making brief appearances in his films isn't a new experience to Snyder (even its only a shot of his hand, like in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice), its no doubt fun for fans to get such unique behind-the-scene tidbits about the film, especially when it involves the principal filmmakers. Snyder, after all, cast Gal Gadot in BvS, and was one of the story filmmaker get to enjoy part of his creation on film, only if his appearance amounts to a split-second of screen time, if that (the snap of Snyder actually comes from B-roll footage from the film).
Now that fans have hopefully dug into the mystery of where Snyder appeared in Wonder Woman, fans can next set their sights on where the director may turn up in Justice League. In time, photos of that likely cameo turn will show up, too, but not before sharp-eyed fans put their efforts into finding Snyder first.
Source: DC Extended Universe
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