A Detroit talk show was chatting up Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice and how Aquaman could fit in when a caller decided to add his two cents. The two cents turned out to be more like 2 billion, because the caller was Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice director Zack Snyder. Or so he claimed anyway. (Germain Lussier at /Film, who's interviewed Synder in the past, says it sounded just like him.)
Snyder called from LA--where he said he was "on [his] way to the set"--to defend Aquaman from what he thought were "disparaging" comments from the radio hosts about about the much maligned superhero. Snyder wanted to make sure everyone knows that Aquaman, being "super strong," could "cut the flesh of Superman if they came into contact." Snyder, if it was him, delivered a pro tease on the subject too, saying "it's not like he's [Aquaman] in the movie or anything but..." If it seems strange that Zack Snyder is listening to a Detroit radio show, consider that the director was born in the midwest--in Green Bay. His Kryptonite is there.
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