On the anniversary of ‘Justice League‘s release, Jason Momoa, best known for his portrayal of ‘Aquaman,’ put his support behind filmmaker Zack Snyder, who had to leave the production of ‘Justice League’ due to his daughter’s suicide.
Momoa took to Instagram on November 16, and posted a photo of himself as ‘Aquaman‘ with “#USUNITED.” And wrote alongside it that he is deeply connected to Snyder, and he could just offer to spread suicide awareness in order to help the family through the organization Us United, which is established to raise awareness for mental health issues.
Then the actor introduced the official tribute site, inspired by Zack Snyder’s daughter Autumn. As known, on March 12, 2017, Autumn Snyder, who was adopted by Snyder and his wife in 2007, committed suicide at the age of 21. Regarding the issue, Momoa, who expressed that suicide awareness and prevention is crucial, wrote:
“We are honored by the amazing way Autumn’s legacy has inspired so many to dedicate their efforts and resources to help others when they need it most.”
Through the Autumn Tribute Fund, the Snyder family is aiming to raise $50,000 to support the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
As for the ‘Snyder Cut,’ which includes original scenes that Snyder filmed while ‘Justice League’ before he had to withdraw from post-production, will be released on HBO Max sometime next year.