Jamie Chung, who plays amber in “Sucker Punch,” told Hollywood Reporter recently that the film was to be brought back for another run – which is a serendipitous timing, given that this year is the 10th anniversary of “Sucker Punch,” which debuts in theaters. Also in the interview is the revelation that “Sucker Punch” is one of Snyder’s biggest regrets, mainly because of how much editing he had to do to make it a PG-13 “commercially viable” movie for his overlords at Warner Bros. But he has shown interest in resuming the director’s clip of the film – a cut that unfortunately has never seen the light of day. And after the success of his version of “Justice League”, who could blame him?
Chung has been in the entertainment industry since 2003, but has recently seen the biggest success of his career after playing as an emotionally contradictory kumiho in HBO Max’s wildly successful “Lovecraft Country”. Although she was just “the pilot” and did not have as many action scenes as her co-stars in “Sucker Punch”, she said in the Hollywood Reporter interview that each scene in a potential Snyder cut of “Sucker Punch” would be “extended by ten minutes … it was so much fun. “In fact, it would be a lot of fun to see Snyder’s ambitions come to life so fans can have the R-rated experience he had originally imagined. But only time will tell whether Snyder’s wishes will ever be fulfilled.