Following a screening of Zack Snyder’s Justice League, the titular director answered a question about if he intended to work with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice‘s writer again in the future.
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When asked by a member of the audience if he would work with Batman v Superman and Zack Snyder’s Justice League writer Chris Terrio again in the future, Snyder gave a very positive answer, calling Terrio “a genius.”
“If Chris would have me, of course,” Snyder confirmed. “It’s always a question of … you know, he’s a busy man. Look, I love Chris more than anything, he’s a genius. Of course, I’d love to work with Chris any time he wants.”
After joking about hating Snyder, Terrio stated he’d be happy to collaborate with him again.
“Of course I’d collaborate with Zack again,” the writer added. “I mean we’ll be fine.”
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice first released in 2016. Directed by Zack Snyder and written by Chris Terrio and David S. Goyer, the movie would go on to receive a director’s cut release, which had an R rating and a longer runtime than the theatrical cut by 31 minutes.