Fans of Zack Snyder have spent nearly three years fighting to get the director's vision for Justice League to the screen, and it often seemed like a movement that wouldn't actually make waves within Warner Bros. #ReleaseTheSnyderCut got the last laugh, though, as Snyder's version of Justice League is actually happening. The film is currently being finished in post-production, with a debut on the HBO Max streaming service set for 2021. On Saturday, during Snyder's DC FanDome panel, we finally got a full trailer for his anticipated project.
After talking with the film's stars and a few fans, the director introduced the extended trailer to Zack Snyder's Justice League, and it's packed with a bunch of new footage from the four-hour project. Snyder confirmed that the film would be cut into four parts, each an hour in length.
The trailer features some big reveals, including a first look at Darkseid and a glance at Iris West, who was cut from the theatrical version. There is also plenty of Cyborg to enjoy, as the character will have a much bigger part in Zack Snyder's Justice League.
If you haven't seen the trailer, be sure to watch it in the video at the top of the page. If not, take a look below at what all the other fans are saying.
Yo! The Snyder Cut trailer was so bada**! I’m so ready!— Skyler Shuler (@SkylerShuler) August 22, 2020
Not Gonna Lie
That Snyder Cut trailer banged not gonna lie.
Barry Allen at the end delivering dialogue that wasn't fucking trash was so nice to see. I hated his characterization in the theatrical release.— Shirobako Stan - Mauricio (@Browntable_Ent) August 22, 2020
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“What did you think about the #SnyderCut trailer?”
Everyone: pic.twitter.com/NaN1dDXLD5— ブランドン (@EyesOnBrandon) August 22, 2020
The #snydercut looks 1000× better than that Whedon mess. Look, I could care less whether it is good or not, I just want to see what Zack wanted us to see. If you think it will still be trash, cool, just don't watch it. Nobody is stopping you. Main thing I love, no more red!!! pic.twitter.com/9RkEldei0H— Destry Giannonatti (@BlondeBlur07) August 22, 2020