Justice League: This is the Darkseid of the Zack Snyder montage


The remake of the DC superhero movie is coming to HBO Max in 2021.

Fans of the DC movie universe are just getting good news. After it was announced that the Justice League montage of Zack Snyder is coming to HBO Max in 2021 and that Henry Cavill is in talks to bring Clark Clark / Superman back to life, Snyder has shared the first look at Darkseid. This character was going to be the great villain of the Justice League, but he never appeared in the final version of the tape. "It's coming ... to HBO Max," Snyder writes in the tweet in which he shares the villain's image.

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In the DC comics, Darkseid is a tyrant who rules the planet Apokolips, and there have always been rumors that actor Ray Porter filmed dialogues for the character. Shortly after it was confirmed that the Snyder montage was going to hit HBO Max, Porter himself made it official. “Having said that and because they have given me permission… Hello. I am Ray. I played Darkseid in Zack Snyder's Justice League. It is done. I've already said it, ”wrote the actor in a tweet.


In the version of Justice League that hit the big screen, the great villain was Steppenwolf, who was brought to life by CiarĂ¡n Hinds. In the comics, this character works for Darkseid and is the latter's uncle. In Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Snyder already announced through some ‘easter-eggs’ that Darkseid was going to be the great villain in the history of DC superheroes. It happens when Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) has a dream in which he glimpses a post-apocalyptic world. In this scene, an omega symbol appears on the ground, the villain's signature.

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For now, Snyder's version of the Justice League has a lot of work ahead of it for the special effects. They will also have to decide whether this project ends up being a four-hour movie or a six-episode television series. While you wait for news, check out the trailer for Wonder Woman 1984. The sequel to the superheroine played by Gal Gadot that is the next premier of the DC movie universe.
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