The film director's editing that united DC's superheroes arrive at HBO Max in 2021.
Zack Snyder fans have long been marked on August 22 on their calendar. The director will present that day at DC FanDome the first preview of his version of the Justice League and wanted to remind them of the big day with an image of the film.
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Through his official Twitter account, Snyder has posted a photograph of Bruce Wayne/Batman's mansion which will later become the Hall of Justice - the building that functions as the headquarters of the superhero team that makes up The Justice League. "August 22," the director writes in the tweet that accompanies the image to remember the day that the DC FanDome will take place.
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Snyder has been working on his version of the Justice League for months. The director placed himself behind the scenes of the film that united Diana of Themiscira/Wonder Woman, Batman, Clark Kent/Superman, Arthur Curry/Aquaman, Barry Allen/The Flash, and Victor Stone/Cyborg. When the film was in full post-production, Snyder took a leave of time following his daughter's suicide. Joss Whedon was in charge of replacing him in the montage and the 'reshoots', but the end result didn't please fans of the DC cinematic universe too much. The same ones who have been asking Snyder to make the film.
The "Snyder Cut" from the film will arrive at HBO Max in 2021 and during the DC FanDome fans will be able to learn some news about the project. Now, check out the Justice League trailer on these lines.