The first look at the long awaited Snyder Cut of “Justice League” has arrived as director Zack Snyder finally unleashes his version of the movie…
Fans have been waiting for the “Snyder Cut” of “Justice League” and now you’re going to get a lot of it.
Director Zack Snyder revealed on Saturday during DC’s FanDome that his cut of the “Justice League” will be cut into four separate one-hour “episodes,” which obviously answers the question about the length of his epic take on the superhero team-up movie.
Snyder added that they will also combine all four parts into a single movie experience as well for fans who want to watch it from start to finish.
The entire “Justice League” movie will drop on HBO Max in 2021.
As far as the first teaser trailer, the Snyder Cut of “Justice League” showcased Darkseid in full for the first time after he was completely cut out of the theatrical version of the movie. Kiersey Clemons will make her debut as Iris West opposite Ezra Miller as The Flash after she was edited out of the previous version of the movie.
Of course, Snyder was originally forced to leave filming on “Justice League” after the tragic death of his daughter and Joss Whedon stepped into finish the movie. The final version of “Justice League” that was released in theaters was considered a disappointment both commercially and critically and any hope of a sequel was dashed afterwards.
Snyder has said candidly that he never saw the theatrical version of “Justice League” and he absolutely will not use any of the footage shot by Whedon in his cut of the movie.
Obviously, Snyder had a lot of footage already shot when he left the movie and now he’s putting those pieces together to deliver his cut of the movie next year. For now, take a look at the first teaser for the long awaited Snyder cut of “Justice League” with the four-part movie arriving on HBO Max in 2021.