The director's film version will arrive at HBO Max sometime in 2021.
Zack Snyder continues to work on his Justice League production, which will premiere on HBO Max sometime in 2021. The director is marked on the calendar on August 22, the date on which the DC FanDome will be held, a virtual and global event on the DC cinematic universe attended by the filmmaker and in which he will present the first preview of the Justice League Snyder Cut.
To prepare fans of the film that united the superheroes Diana/Wonder Woman, Arthur Curry/Aquaman, Bruce Wayne/Batman, Victor Stone/Cyborg, Barry Allen/Flash, and Clark Kent/Superman; the director has shown with an image how work is going on in the trailer for the film.
"Working with Stefan on CO3 preparing us for DC FanDome," you can read in the message Snyder has shared on his Twitter account. In the photograph appears a moment of the film that seems to correspond to Superman's return from the dead and his fight with which they will become his fellow missions.
"I'll tell you guys, there'll be more material at FanDome so you can wait for the big plate," Snyder said of his attendance at the event. "I'd say, for sure, there's a 'teaser, " he claimed.
As you know, Snyder was the director of the Justice League. When the film was in full post-production, the filmmaker had to take his leave because of his daughter's suicide and Joss Whedon replaced him. The latter was in charge of the 'reshoots' and the rest of the work. His version didn't like fans too much, who have been asking for Snyder's planned montage to see the light for years. Finally, your wishes are going to come true.
While you're waiting for updates on this project, check out the 1984 Wonder Woman trailer on these lines. The sequel to the superheroine, directed by Patty Jenkins, is the next installment in the DC film universe. The film plans to reach theaters on October 2.