When it was revealed that Zack Snyder would be helming the “Justice League” film for DC and Warner Bros., everyone was ecstatic. The director of “Man of Steel,” who garnered high praise, was slated to take the helm of the superhero film and give the DC Extended Universe a fresh start. Nevertheless, a tragedy in Snyder’s family forced him to leave his position as director while the movie was in post-production.
Autumn Snyder, the daughter of Zack and Deborah Snyder, was discovered to have committed suicide in 2017, forcing the director to take time off from making movies to be with his family. Five years after the movie’s initial theatrical run, director Zack Snyder recently took a moment to honor his daughter and moved everyone with a heartfelt post on social media.
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