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Rebel Moon Star Ed Skrein Shares Details For R-Rated Snyder Cut: ‘It’s Hardcore’

Fans, of course, lobbied endlessly to see the “Snyder Cut” of “Justice League,” which came four years after director Joss Whedon released his version of the DC superhero film in 2017. Getting the “Snyder Cut” of “Rebel Moon” apparently won’t be as long or complicated of a process, since Ed Skrein says the director has already shot the footage. And while he can’t wait for the R-rated version of the film, Skrein told THR that he enjoys the current PG-13 cut because he knows it works for the demographic it was intended for.

“Knowing what we shot for the R-rated version, Zack and Netflix did an incredible job of putting together the PG-13 version,” Skrein told THR. “I feel like it’s a really strong piece, but the shadow of the ‘Snyder Cut’ looms large. My son is 12 years old, and he came to the London premiere and loved it. I also brought my godson, my nephew, and his best mate, and they loved it, because [the PG-13 cut] is really for that demographic.”

The R-rated version, on the other hand, is deliberately intended for an older demographic. “The Snyder Cut, ‘the extended cut,’ as we’re supposed to call it, has the potential to be something seminal for the older generation,” Skrein told THR.

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