Justice League: The Snyder Cut – Finally on HBO Max in 2021 (Trailer & Release Date)

 The wait is over, #SnyderCutJusticeLeague is here. 

Zack Snyder's Justice League
Credit – Warner Bros. Pictures

The journey of Zack Snyder to getting his vision of Justice League to the masses is quite a bit tragic and also exciting, but the wait is over because the trailer for Justice League has unveiled at the virtual 24 hour-long DC FanDome Event. It was marvelous with a shot of Leanorad Cohen‘s ‘Hallelujah’. 


The new trailer looks quite different from the original Justice League from Josh Weadon. There are many differences but the most astonishing one is the runtime. Snyder Cut is four-hour-long nearly double of the Weadon‘s Justice League, also there is some additional footage of Barry aka Flash meeting Irish (maybe for the first time) and Victor aka Cyborg in an football match and there is also a hint that there can be a character death who originally survived the Weadon’s cut, and there are so many things like the character’s looks and the unseen footage of Darkseid, and the biggest reveal Superman will appear in his black costume for a part of a movie.

Zack Snyder's Justice League
Credit – Warner Bros. Pictures

SnyderCut will be available on HBO Max in some time in 2021 in four one-hour-long parts, you can also watch the full movie but after all of the parts have been released.

Only on @hbomax. 2021.

— Zack Snyder (@ZackSnyder) August 22, 2020

After long and tiresome online protests from fans, Snyder, and Justice League cast themselves, Warner Bros. and HBO Max gave a big budget to Zack Snyder to bring his vision of Justice League to life.

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