Zack Snyder has released another trailer for his upcoming cut of “Justice League” that’s due out at some point in 2021 on HBO Max…
The definitive “Snyder Cut” of “Justice League” is coming in 2021 and director Zack Snyder shared an updated version of a trailer teasing his version of the film.
As it’s been documented numerous times, Snyder was unable to finish his version of “Justice League” after tragedy struck his family and he was forced to leave the project. Director Joss Whedon ended up taking over with a dramatically different version of the film than the one Snyder originally intended.
That film ultimately went bust at the box office along with critics essentially calling “Justice League” a big dud.
Eventually there were massive outcries to allow Snyder to return to finish his version of the film and surprisingly Warner Bros. signed off on the idea while reportedly handing the director an extra $70 million to finish the movie. Extra scenes were filmed with the “Justice League” cast reuniting along with a ton of visual effects being added.
The end result is a four-hour mammoth of a movie that will land on the HBO Max streaming service sometime in 2021 with “Zack Snyder’s Justice League” being cut into four parts. There will also be a single version with the entire four-hour movie.
For now, take a look at the latest trailer from Snyder and company while he continues to show his passion for the Leonard Cohen track “Hallelujah,” which was also famously featured in his film adaptation of “Watchmen” in 2009.
There are actually two different versions of the same trailer released on Tuesday. The first from Snyder was a black and white version with a colorized take landing on the HBO Max YouTube page, which you can see above. Snyder’s version is below:
— Zack Snyder (@ZackSnyder) November 17, 2020
“Zack Snyder’s Justice League” will and on HBO Max next year.