After years of debates on existence and pleas from believers, ‘Justice League’: Snyder Cut has been confirmed to be real and is set to debut in 2021. Per THR, the special edition of the 2017 film will drop in 2021 on streaming platform HBO Max.
It’s currently unclear if the cut will be released in its four-hour entirety, or if it will be split into several episodes. The only confirmation is that director Zack Snyder is now back to finish the project he left behind after his daughter’s demise.
‘It will be an entirely new thing, and, especially talking to those who have seen the released movie, a new experience apart from that movie’, said Snyder.
‘You probably saw one-fourth of what I did‘, commenting on the version done by Joss Whedon, who replaced Snyder.
The cast backed up the news, with Henry Cavill, Jason Momoa, and others celebrating the project. The original cut of Justice League was mostly panned by critics and fans and underwhelmed at the box office. Many believe that the Snyder Cut is more faithful to the director’s vision and will give the film some, well… justice.
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Just had a little chat with Zack Snyder after a man of steel watch party. Ladies and Gents, it finally happened. The Snyder cut will be out next year! Now, I know there have been two camps over the whole Snyder Cut thing and whether it will ever happen for a while. Just remember, we all get to have more Justice League now, it's a win win. So, be nice to each other ;). Big congratulations to you, Mr Snyder! #ReleaseTheSnyderCut #ZackSnyder #JL