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There's actually more nuance to Zack Snyder's Justice League.

Aquaman was actually built as a sequel to the movie.
Iris West is the same actress in The Flash movie.
Patty Jenkins said the directors threw out the theatrical Justice League as much as the fans did.
Zack Snyder said that his film isn't canon, which is true in the sense of WB changing his film at the time to Justice League (2017). They're obviously going to consider the finished product canon at the time. WB haven't actually released an official statement on canon since Zack Snyder's Justice League's release.
Ezra Miller referred to both Justice League cuts in promoting The Flash.

I think there's more to argue there. Here, we don't have much of any information. I suppose we can take the rule of an alternate cut is a retcon to the universe unless contradicted by another piece of media.

Seeing as how this is the latest somewhat official version and isn't contradicted, you might assume that it "retcons" the original.
 
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There's actually mode nuance to Zack Snyder's Justice League.

Aquaman was actually built as a sequel to the movie.
Iris West is the same actress in The Flash movie.
Patty Jenkins said the directors threw out the theatrical Justice League as much as the fans did.
Zack Snyder said that his film isn't canon, which is true in the sense of WB changing his film at the time. They're obviously going to consider the finished product canon. WB haven't actually released an official statement since it's release.
Ezra Miller referred to both Justice League cuts in promoting The Flash.

I think there's more to argue there. Here, we don't have much of any information. I suppose we can take the rule of an alternate cut is a retcon to the universe unless contradicted by another piece of media.

Seeing as how this is the latest somewhat official version and isn't contradicted, you might assume that it "retcons" the original.
Eh, I'm not going to argue ZSJL further, as I'm not a fan of the mans films for a number of reasons, I'm just going to say that I brought it up to suggest that if future cuts of films overwrite previous versions of films, then the same can be said for SM3 here. I wish Raimi had signed off on it, but at the end of the day that film had a lot of production problems and he probably doesn't want to talk about it anymore.
 

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Reddit still in denial even when the Netflix shows are now moving to D+ lmao.

And if you speak out about it, you get downvoted. That's their way of justifying it - mob rule.
They think "new and continued series" doesn't mean it's a new series that continues the old one.

Ah yes, because why would Marvel want critically acclaimed series that set themselves in their universe to... be in their universe? :rolleyes:
 

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