Justice League Teaser: How To Watch Breakdown With Zack Snyder

A new Zack Snyder's Justice League trailer has released and the director will be hanging out to offer a breakdown of the new release. The new trailer -- releasing on the anniversary of Justice League's theatrical release -- will replace the previous teaser, which was pulled from the internet due to rights issues surrounding the use of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah." In addition to avoiding that issue, Snyder's new trailer has a few other tweaks offering fresh footage for fans to pore over. A few teaser images of been released ahead of time. Then after, fans can join Snyder on Vero for the breakdown.

Wondering how that works? Vero posted a helpful explainer. Here's how they say you can join the conversation:

"HOW TO JOIN THE TEASER BREAKDOWN

  1. Open VERO a few minutes before 9am PST today (November 17).
  2. Make sure you are following @zacksnyder
  3. At 9am PST a banner will show at the top of your VERO feed announcing “1 LIVE EVENT”
  4. Tap the banner. (Banner not showing? Try restarting the app.)

For the full experience we recommend you join in right here on VERO, but a live feed will also be available to stream here:

https://vero.co/events/usunited Can’t join live? Don’t worry! We’ll share a playback option post-event. #UsUnited #AFSP"

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Snyder is bringing back the original film's cast to shoot 5-minutes of additional footage, with a new look for the Joker included as well. The production of the four-hour cut is costing HBO Max upwards of $70 million.

"If you said to any of the actors in the movie 'well what happens in the movie' or 'what happens later' or whatever for any movie. And they go 'well I got the script and it's cool and I kind of know this and-' so [Ray Porter] and I were talking about this and what's cool or what's the right response to some questions," Snyder said previously. "It's a fair question to ask me, you know, like what do I say to the world about, you know, what happens when Darkseid comes to Earth? Then what? You know, Is that a thing? And I think, listen, the truth is that did I write and did I have and conceive a complete- do I know what happens when Darkseid... yes. I do know what happens. To say and to speculate about what that is and that that would be exciting, I think that's a fine thing."

Zack Snyder's Justice League debuts on HBO Max in 2021.