A new trailer for “Zack Snyder’s Justice League” dropped over the weekend, and it shows what appears to be a much different film than we saw before with “Justice League.”
Snyder shared the trailer during his panel at DC FanDome — a virtual convention for all DC Entertainment products — over the weekend.
The trailer — with Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” in the background — shows the Justice League coming together for a fight. There’s more Cyborg, Superman and Darkseid in the trailer than what was seen in the original film.
Snyder confirmed the film will be released in four parts on HBO Max, rather than one final film.
What does the ‘Snyder Cut’ mean?
Back in May, Warner Bros. announced that Snyder’s cut of the “Justice League” film would debut in 2021. The film includes Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, the Flash, Cyborg and Superman.
Snyder completed most of “Justice League” in 2016. He left the film to deal with a family emergency. Warner Bros. brought in Joss Whedon to finish the film.
Reports suggested the finish film had 80% to 85% of Snyder’s version, which was rumored to run 3.5 hours.
For years, fans wondered about the full cut of the film, using a hashtag ReleaseTheSnyderCut to campaign for the film’s release. Now, it looks like it has happened.