Snyder Reduce launch date revealed: Zack Snyder shares new particulars

The King’s Size Director’s Cut is just around the corner.


Rumors of a 2017 Director’s Cut were badly received Justice League reached mythical proportions on the internet, and DC fans were excited to see it Zack Snyder‘s version of the film, although it didn’t exist back then. Now we know when exactly we can expect to finally see this Snyder Cutand folks, it’s lurking around the corner like a parademon.

During a recent Q&A held by Snyder on his Vero account, the director revealed in a response to a fan that Zack Snyder’s Justice League, the four-part miniseries event of 2021, will hit HBO Max in March.


“I understand and respect your feelings, of course, and I just hope I can put this version out of life with what you’re seeing in March,” said Snyder’s response, referring to the existing Justice League movie. Due to a family tragedy, Snyder had to leave the project in the middle of production and Joss Whedon stepped in to take over and finish shooting. The end result was an extremely adjusted version of Snyder’s original vision, cutting out entire planned storylines and fading in beats of awkward comedies. Basically, it was a film that was cut into pieces and put back together in a way that didn’t please anyone, given the Justice League at the box office and lukewarm to negative reviews. (Plus, Whedon himself was allegedly a terrorist attack and has recently been controversial.) In a surprise announcement earlier this year, Snyder announced that he had received the green light to complete his version of the film, including a small amount of extra filming and publishing HBO Max in 2021. You can check out the latest trailer here and count the days until March. Also check out these pictures of the cute mohawk Joe Manganiello Sport in the movie as Deathstroke.


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