It looks like we’ll be getting Zack Snyder’s take on 2017’s Justice League in time for Easter, according to the man himself.
Director Zack Snyder continues to work away on his cut of the movie Justice League, and he’s suggested that it’s coming a little sooner than expected. That reads a bit like a clickbait-y opening paragraph, granted, but considering I’ve given the date away in the headline, I beg forgiveness.
Anyway: it’s well known now that Snyder didn’t have final cut on Justice League when it was released in 2017. The not-very-well received movie was one he had to step away from for family reasons. Warner Bros then decided not to wait, and hired Joss Whedon for reshoots. Whedon also had to get the film down to two hours, as Warner Bros had mandated.
Things did not go well.
After a fervent and positive fan campaign, Snyder has now been given a lot of money to assemble his cut, which is likely to come in at twice the length. And he has been chatting on the Velo service, where he’s seemingly confirmed that we’ll be getting his Justice League this March.
Here’s the proof…
Zack Snyder has confirmed Zack Snyder’s Justice League will debut on HBO Max in March! pic.twitter.com/MnoIvmVEfe
— Reviews by Brooks (@brookstweetz) December 17, 2020
Warner Bros hasn’t confirmed this of yet, but it feels in line with what’s been revealed and hinted thus far. We’ll keep you posted as we hear more of course…
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