Published On: Fri, Jun 11th, 2021

Jason Momoa gives review of four-hour Snyder’s Cut on talk show as See gets renewed for third season

Jason Momoa gives review of four-hour Snyder’s Cut on talk show as See gets renewed for third season

Jason Momoa gave his review of the Snyder Cut on Thursday during a talk show appearance as his streaming TV series See was renewed for a third season.

The 41-year-old actor during a remote appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon was asked by the 46-year-old host for his thoughts on the four-hour Zack Snyder’s Justice League that was released in March on HBO Max.

‘I mean, I love Zack and that’s kind of what I signed up for, whatever, eight years ago, is to have his vision. And you know, the cool thing about that four-hour piece is that I didn’t re-shoot anything, that was all there,’ Momoa replied.

Film review: Jason Momoa gave his review of the Snyder Cut on Thursday during a talk show appearance as his streaming TV series See was renewed for a third season

‘So, it’s interesting when people come up to me and they’re like, “Oh, I really love this. It was so detailed, it explained so much.” I’m like, “Yeah, that’s what we went and shot.” I didn’t have to redo anything,’ he added.

Snyder, 55, was the director of Justice League during principal photography, but withdrew from post-production work in May 2017 to be with his family following the suicide of his daughter Autumn at age 21 in March 2017.

Momoa said ‘because of the tragedy’ that he was ‘happy we made one’, referencing the 2017 film that Joss Whedon, 56, completed with reshoots.

‘But I’m really happy that we got to release [Snyder’s] art and a lot of fans are happy,’ Momoa said.

Four hours: The 41-year-old actor during a remote appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon was asked by the 46-year-old host for his thoughts on the four-hour Zack Snyder's Justice League that was released in March on HBO Max

Four hours: The 41-year-old actor during a remote appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon was asked by the 46-year-old host for his thoughts on the four-hour Zack Snyder’s Justice League that was released in March on HBO Max

Snyder's cut: 'I mean, I love Zack and that's kind of what I signed up for, whatever, eight years ago, is to have his vision. And you know, the cool thing about that four-hour piece is that I didn't re-shoot anything, that was all there,' Momoa said of Snyder's Cut

Snyder’s cut: ‘I mean, I love Zack and that’s kind of what I signed up for, whatever, eight years ago, is to have his vision. And you know, the cool thing about that four-hour piece is that I didn’t re-shoot anything, that was all there,’ Momoa said of Snyder’s Cut

‘And the truth of it is, I like the four hours. …I like the extended and spending time with the characters,’ he added.

Fallon also congratulated Momoa for his Apple TV+ series See being renewed for a third season.

‘It is literally probably the hardest and greatest character I’ve ever played just in the sense of, you know, the whole world is blind,’ Momoa said.

Series renewed: Fallon also congratulated Momoa for his Apple TV+ series See being renewed for a third season

Series renewed: Fallon also congratulated Momoa for his Apple TV+ series See being renewed for a third season

He said the role of Baba Voss was challenging and he loved the cast and crew and the world See takes place in.

‘And it’s tough, if I’m not fighting, I’m crying and just …it’s pushed me on so many levels,’ Momoa said.

Momoa and Fallon later engaged in a water war rematch via Zoom.

Season two of See will premiere on August 27 on the Apple TV+ service.

Dunked on: Momoa was soaked by his children while playing a game of water war with Fallon via Zoom

Dunked on: Momoa was soaked by his children while playing a game of water war with Fallon via Zoom

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