Leslie Jones Live-Tweeted Snyder’s ‘Justice League’ and It’s the Only Review People Care About

Andi Ortiz
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“Zack Snyder’s Justice League” is four hours long — a task for even the most devoted super fans. But Leslie Jones sat down to watch it on Sunday night, tweeting her thoughts and getting her own hashtag trending along the way.

The actress and comedian has become known for her intense reactions to pieces of pop culture, always posting videos of her commentary with her tweets. Most recently, Jones set Twitter ablaze with her love for CNN host Steve Kornacki, live tweeting her reactions to his updates during the 2020 election. “Ok this is next level!” Jones tweeted. “I think I love him lol”

For the Snyder Cut, Jones opted to use her own hashtag: #longassmovie. It’s obviously fitting, given the runtime of the film itself, and because Jones didn’t finish her updates until the wee hours of Monday morning. She seemed to have a clear favorite in Wonder Woman and the Amazons.

I love Wonder Woman! #longassmovie pic.twitter.com/MnJTcnnj6e

— Leslie Jones 🦋 (@Lesdoggg) March 22, 2021

Am I tripping they cut this out?! FUCKING WHHHHHY?! It so gangsta!! #longassmovie pic.twitter.com/7IA5yyAfMN

— Leslie Jones 🦋 (@Lesdoggg) March 22, 2021

That said, Jones still pointed out a few holes here and there. Namely: Diana Prince’s wardrobe. “I mean is one of her superpowers clean clothes?” Jones tweeted.

I mean is one of her superpowers clean clothes? #longassmovie pic.twitter.com/qCC8JtfmMx

— Leslie Jones 🦋 (@Lesdoggg) March 22, 2021

Gurl that ain’t gonna work! SUPERMAN SON!! #longassmovie pic.twitter.com/uA2u9sbJzm

— Leslie Jones 🦋 (@Lesdoggg) March 22, 2021

As always, fans were wildly entertained by Jones’s thoughts, many referring to it as “the best thing on the Internet right now.”

Leslie Jones watching #ZackSnydersJusticeLeague is probably the best thing to happen to DCEU fandom / twitter like omg

— CBMCringe (@CBMCringe) March 22, 2021

This is the best thing on the Internet right now. Y'all need to get on Leslie Jones's feed immediately. https://t.co/36WwPgizN3

— Hilton Collins (@HiltonCollins) March 22, 2021

Some are even hoping that this eventually leads to a role for Jones in the DCEU.

I'm now waiting for the day Zack Snyder casts Leslie Jones and gives her a standout role in his films https://t.co/ntrREm48Sv

— Walt (@UberKryptonian) March 22, 2021

I mean I think Ava DuVernay should Cast Leslie Jones as The Female Fury, Stompa, in New Gods pic.twitter.com/OcM89l9sAx

— ❇️ The Green Lantern (@ThottSummers) March 22, 2021

As of this writing, “Zack Snyder’s Justice League” sits at a critic’s score of 76 percent on Rotten Tomatoes, with a 96 percent audience score. But Jones’s review seems to be the gold standard for this movie. Check out more reactions to Jones’s videos below.

Leslie Jones is live tweeting the #SnyderCut 🤣🤣🤣 https://t.co/DZdFtCKEqN

— Metron on the Morbius Chair (@LiveLoveLupe) March 22, 2021

The entire DC Fandom with Leslie Jones right now – #RestoreTheSnyderVerse #lesliejones #longassmovie pic.twitter.com/evWOXgQYy8

— Sorry, We Tried. (@SorryWeTried) March 22, 2021

Leslie Jones wants another 4 hours of #ZackSnydersJusticeLeague and she should have it, so #RestoreTheSnyderVerse #SnyderCut

— Lorena Eilhart 🦉 (@llorebuffay) March 22, 2021

We don’t deserve Leslie Jones, y’all. She turned quarantine tv binges into comedy gold and people still don’t know who she is… https://t.co/CbfXT8UOAG

— Tits McGee (He/him) (@titsymcgitsy) March 22, 2021

LMAOOO. Leslie Jones live tweeting Zack Snyder's JUSTICE LEAGUE is everything. She is also saying *exactly* what we really thinking about Henry Cavill's Superman. @Lesdoggg is so damn hilarious! 😂♥️ https://t.co/v6AYlpREgq

— 𝕁 (@JesTheMermaid) March 22, 2021

I'm usually annoyed when people live tweet their first watches of anything, but goddamn if Leslie Jones watching ZSJL isn't just a joyful experience.

— laylawknee (@lelaniecypher) March 22, 2021

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