Zack Snyder has revealed the trailer (watch above) and has officially confirmed that his cut of Justice League will be available in four separate one-hour installments at HBO Max as well as having an option to watch it as an unbroken four-hour movie.
Speaking at DC Fandome panel Snyder said “We’ll find a way of bundling it all together at the end,” said Snyder, who also promised overseas fans, who don’t have the streaming service in their country “we’ll find a way for you to see it.”
The trailer for Snyder Cut leaked online earlier today and was pulled. The nearly three-minute trailer revealed the most robust look at Snyder’s vision to date. Set to a version of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah,” the teaser shows a darker and more somber tone than the theatrical version, as well as a more up-close look at the apex villain Darkseid, who was not featured in the theatrical version.
During the FanDome panel, Snyder talked at length with two fans who helped to spearhead the #ReleasetheSnyderCut campaign, which Snyder classified as a “movement.”
“It’s been an incredible journey,” Snyder said. “For us, one of the amazing parts is that we were able to interact with and be part of this fan community in an amazing way. It’s changed us and made us grateful for being able to have this dialogue.”
Ray Fisher, also showed up during the DC FanDome panel to ask some fan questions, leading Snyder to reiterate past statements that his cut of “Justice League” places Cyborg at the “heart of the movie,” and that the character “holds the team together in a lot of ways.”
Co-stars Ben Affleck (Batman), Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman), Henry Cavill (Superman), and Ezra Miller (Flash) as well as “Wonder Woman” director Patty Jenkins also appeared during the panel, to ask fan questions. Miller, however, asked for himself whether the Snyder Cut will reveal more of his character. Given that the Snyder Cut is four hours long, and Snyder’s answer was yes, and he also teased that the film would explore the Flash’s ability to “interact with time and space” as well.
Back in May during a Vero Watch Party for his 2013 Superman movie Man of Steel, Snyder revealed that his director’s cut of Justice League, which was originally finished by Joss Whedon, was coming to HBO Max in 2021.
Warner Bros. decided to release the Snyder Cut after fans called for it. The film will be released under the new banner Warnermax at HBO Max. No definite date was given yet as to when the feature would drop in 2021.
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