The trailer for the new version of the 2017 Justice League by Zack Snyder has been released. This version, dubbed Justice League: the Snyder Cut, will air on HBO Max next year.
Bringing together the beloved heroes of DC Comics such as Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, the 2017 production of Justice League will be released to moviegoers next year with a different version.
As you may recall, Justice League was visionary in 2017 with great expectations but literally turned into disappointment. The film was widely acclaimed by both critics and moviegoers, and was well below expectations at the box office. This version of Joss Whedon, who replaced Zack Snyder, who left the project shortly before additional filming began, was disliked, causing many to want to see the version prepared by Zack Snyder. This prompted the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut movement, which has often been on the agenda over the past three years. DC fans, who have not given up on this request despite the intervening years, have received their requests, albeit late, when WarnerMedia announced that the Snyder Cut will air on HBO Max next year.
Justice League: the Snyder Cut was also one of the most curious panels at the DC FanDome event held today, as it has been expected by DC fans for years. The panel, joined by Zack Snyder, released the first long-running trailer from this new version.
Justice League: the Snyder Cut will air on HBO Max next year
The version by Zack Snyder will be quite different from the one shown in cinemas. The Snyder Cut, which is 4 hours long, will air in four one-hour pieces on HBO Max. Snyder noted that in countries where HBO Max is not, they are working on different methods to get the film across with audiences.
Snyder will reunite with his post-production team to complete the Snyder Cut, which will air on HBO Max, and rework the film’s fiction, music and visual effects. About $ 50 million is said to be spent on completing the film.
Time will tell if this persistently requested version of the film, which starred Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, Henry Cavill, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller, Ray Fisher, is better than the visionary version. But what is already clear is that it will be a rather different version. Snyder’s statement that only a quarter of his own shots are in the visionary version shows that a new Justice League experience awaits us.