Zack Snyder decided to excite us with a Justice League: Snyder Cut teaser. Fans have spent the better part of a year now fighting to see Justice League re-released. Rumors of a Snyder cut emerged even before the film was ever released. Many fans blame the changes made to the film when the original director, Zack Snyder, left for the poor reception it received. Joss Whedon, who has worked on several MCU movies, came in to work on the film after Snyder suffered a terrible personal tragedy.
After campaigning to see the original so-called Snyder cut of the film, Warner Bros. eventually agreed to release the film. In a move that surprised everyone, Warner Bros. announced that the Snyder Cut of Justice League would be released exclusively on HBO Max in 2021. The Snyder Cut is a success story in what fans can achieve when they work together towards something they are passionate about.
Since then we’ve seen small glimpses of the movie here and there, including a different teaser from earlier this year. The film is set to have its own panel during the DC FanDome two day event starting on August 22, 2020.
— Zack Snyder (@ZackSnyder) August 20, 2020
The teaser, honestly, barely shows anything at all but hints that we’ll be seeing more during DC’s FanDome. With only a few days remaining until DC’s big event, it seems many creators are trying to build anticipation. This small look at Justice League: Snyder Cut isn’t the only teaser we’ve seen released this week.
Matt Reeves also released a couple of images for his upcoming film ‘The Batman’. He revealed the logo and an image done by Jim Lee of the titular character. DC Comics fans have plenty to look forward to, with two days of events and reveals lined up for all things DC.
For now, though all we can do is eagerly await 2021 for the official release.
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