When aired in 2021, director Zack Snyder's "Justice League" will be divided into four parts, each lasts one hour. Du...
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When aired in 2021, director Zack Snyder's "Justice League" will be divided into four parts, each lasts one hour.
During DC Fandome's online event, director Zack Snyder announced the 150-second trailer of the Justice League project he made. The filmmaker also announced that his version will be divided into four parts, each lasts one hour long.
Only after all four parts air on HBO Max, can audiences enjoy the "Justice League 2021'' version seamlessly like a regular movie. Snyder also revealed that Warner Bros is considering a release plan for the movie beside online streaming.In 2017, Zack Snyder left the Justice League project directed by himself due to a family tragedy. Joss Whedon - the author of the first two Avengers films - was chosen by Warner Bros to replace the spot.
However, the final theatrical version received numerous bad comments due to its poor plot and made Justice League a big disappointment in fan's hearts. Over the next two years, the DC fan community requested Warner Bros to release the first version of the movie by Zack Snyder.
In May, the #ReleaseTheSnyderCut campaign was officially a success. Warner Bros decided to invest more money for Snyder to complete his version, as well as put the finished movie on HBO Max - an online movie service.In the newly released trailer, the audience saw many new footages that didn't appear in the 2017 theatrical release on the background of the song Hallelujah performed by Leonard Cohen. The biggest notable point is the appearance of Darkseid - the supervillain was cut from the film.
At the meeting within the framework of DC FanDome, Zack Snyder called #ReleaseTheSnyderCut is "a great journey" and helped him get closer to his fans. Over the past time, the filmmaker has continuously posted pictures and information about their Justice League version on social networks.
Also appearing on DC Fandome's online broadcast is Ray Fisher - who plays the role of superhero Cyborg. Earlier this month, Warner Media decided to initiate an internal investigation following allegations that Fisher made of Joss Whedon, producers Geoff Johns and Jon Berg about improper attitudes on the Justice League set.
Zack Snyder also revealed in his version of the Justice League, Cyborg is the "heart of the movie" and creates a bond between the superhero team members. In addition, the ability to "interact with time and space" of The Flash (Ezra Miller) will also be exploited in the film.