told Vanity Fair’s Anthony Breznican in a scathing interview published Thursday. “Zack [Snyder] may be too much of a gentleman to say that, but I’m not.”Terrio added that after seeing the theatrical version, “I immediately called my lawyer and said, ‘I want to take my name off the film.’ [The lawyer] then called Warner Bros.
and told them that I wanted to do that.”Terrio would eventually stand down on removing his name from the movie. He explained, “It would be an international scandal and news story.
So I shut up and I said nothing publicly. I’ve never said anything about ‘Justice League’ since then, but the movie doesn’t represent my work.”“Justice League” underwent a slew of changes during its original production, most notably when.Read more on thewrap.com