- The long-rumored Snyder Cut of Justice League will finally be released on
HBO Maxin 2021.
- Fans have been clamoring for the director’s cut of the Warner Bros. Pictures DC movie ever since it came out in 2017 because Snyder had to step down before reshoots began.
- No specific release date was provided, and we don’t know how much, if any, work still needs to be done to complete the Snyder Cut either, but fans will be thrilled nonetheless.
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In a genuinely shocking turn of events, Warner Bros. Pictures and HBO teamed up on Wednesday to announce that the long-awaited director’s cut of Justice League is coming to
Justice League debuted to middling reviews in 2017, failing to generate the critical buzz or the box office numbers of the Avengers movies that came before and after it. The movie had its fans, but they were convinced that director Zack Snyder wasn’t able to execute on his true vision when he had to step down due to a family emergency. Joss Whedon stepped in to take Snyder’s place during reshoots, and what fans believe they got was a pale imitation of the darker, grittier version that Snyder would have released if he had been involved from start to finish.
#ReleaseTheSnyderCut became a rallying cry online, and for years, fans received hints that a version true to Zack’s vision might one day be released. On Wednesday, May 20th, they were finally vindicated.
“I want to thank
“Since I got here 14 months ago, the chant to #ReleaseTheSnyderCut has been a daily drumbeat in our offices and inboxes. Well, the fans have asked, and we are thrilled to finally deliver. At the end of the day, it really is all about them and we are beyond excited to be able to release Zack’s ultimate vision for this film in 2021. This could never have happened if it weren’t for the hard work and combined efforts of the teams at
We still have no idea what the director’s cut of Justice League will look like. In the past, Snyder has said that his cut is 214 minutes long (an hour and a half longer than the theatrical cut), but features footage that wasn’t completed. Some CG work might have been needed to finish making the Snyder Cut, though it’s unclear if that’s what Warner Bros. and