DC Fandome is finally here, and with it, comes the very first trailer for the Snyder Cut of Justice League and Zack Snyder’s final answer on whether it is a movie or TV show
Zack Snyder was at DC Fandome and he premiered the first trailer for the Snyder Cut.
Most of the trailer was showing some footage that made it into the theatrical and plenty of shots from Vero that Snyder has been teasing for years. He not only premiered the first trailer, but also finally announced that the cut will premiere on HBO Max as a four part mini series, with each episode an hour long. On top of that it will also get a theatrical distribution as a film with all the episodes edited together. So the answer to whether or not it’s a movie or TV show; is that it’s officially both.
The trailer is jam packed, there is everything from a new Knightmare sequence, to Darkseid and Desaad, to fleshed out backgrounds for Cyborg and Flash as well. There are shots seen in the theatrical cut that are remade with new CGI to finish the film as originally intended. The trailer is leaps and bounds better than the theatrical cut of Justice League.
The trailer also shows that almost every single sequence in the film is given room to breathe and make sense. Going from A to B does not happen so easily for this version of the Justice League, as there will be entirely new situations for the League to be in.
If you are somehow not aware of what the Snyder Cut is, Zack Snyder had to leave the production of Justice League back in May of 2017 and the old Warner Brothers administration hired Joss Whedon, from Avengers, to re-shoot a reported 80% of the movie. When Justice League released in theaters, everyone realized the film that was marketed to them was vastly different than what was shown in theaters, therefore someone on Twitter realized that Zack Snyder might have a completely different film out there for people to see which let the the hashtag, #ReleasetheSnyderCut. Almost three years later, the fan’s efforts seem to have paid off.
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