Now, Snyder initially stepped back in 2017 during filming of Justice League due to a family emergency. That’s when Joss Whedon seized the reins. Whedon oversaw script rewrites and directed the movie to completion. The overall consensus for the film was negative among critics and audiences across the board. Later, fans rallied together to demand the elusive Snyder Cut. They wanted to see Snyder’s original vision come to life.
After three years, Warner Bros. confirmed that Zack Snyder’s Justice League was indeed real. We learned in May of 2020 that the Snyder Cut was on the way. Snyder himself revealed that his version of Justice League can be viewed as a four-hour-long movie or a four-part miniseries.
Justice League became DC’s tentpole crossover event as multiple superheroes joined forces to eradicate the villainous Steppenwolf. It stars Affleck as Batman, Henry Cavill as Superman, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Jason Momoa as Aquaman, Ray Fisher as Cyborg and Ezra Miller as The Flash.
Snyder and HBO Max tweeted out a series of three posters in celebration of the impending feature event. The first one is of a shattered Justice League team logo. Secondly, we have a tattered erect flag also bearing the same logo. Then, the last picture showcases a vintage roll of film.
You can take a gander at the images below. Zack Snyder’s Justice League will premiere Thursday, March 18, only on HBO Max.
Will you be tuning in for the Snyder Cut when it debuts this spring? Sound off in the comments below!
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