The polarization project known as the Zack Snyders Justice League will premiere on HBO Max sometime in 2021, but fans (and critics) are now taking a first look at some footage from Warner Bros. Pictures' 2017 superhero team's "Snyder Cut". until film.
In the 30-second preview, the first clip of the film teased by HBO Max and WB's parent company WarnerMedia, Gal Gadot can be seen as DC Comics heroine Wonder Woman, who has a large (and seemingly ancient) drawing on one Wall examines itself as the villain Darkseid. The scene unfolds as the voice of Jesse Eisenberg portrays villain Lex Luthor.
The scene then changes to an animated version of the still image that Snyder himself revealed at the end of May and shows the dark silk in front and in the middle, and his army is gathering behind him.
No premiere date was specified for the project, which will either be published in the streaming service HBO Max as a single four-hour film or as a multi-part limited series.
The end result of a long – and some would say poisonous – fan campaign that started when the film didn't win over critics or box office success in 2017, Zack Snyder's Justice League (as the project is officially called) will provide Snyder with the opportunity To convey fans his original vision for the film. Snyder left the project prematurely due to a death in his family, and The Avengers director, Joss Whedon, was commissioned to finish the film.
Originally expected to be the first in a two-part saga (similar to Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame), Justice League brought Wonder Woman, Batman, Flash, Aquaman, Cyborg, and a resurrected Superman together to take on Steppenwolf, a powerful agent of the cosmic conqueror Darkseid. However, the film's overwhelming critical and commercial performance brought plans for the sequel to a standstill, causing WB to consider the future of its live-action franchise, DC Extended Universe.
Snyder's fans believed that Whedon's influence had made the project fail, and launched an aggressive campaign to persuade WB to release a "Snyder Cut" of the film. This campaign has gained significant momentum over the years – occasionally at the cost of bullied entertainment – and the efforts of its supporters have been rewarded when WarnerMedia announced that Zack Snyder's Justice League was indeed in the company's recently launched HBO Max streaming service is published.