Justice League Actors Respond To the Snyder Cut News

The announcement that the fabled Snyder Cut of Justice League is not only real, but arriving on HBO Max next year certainly made a lot of DC fans very happy. After years of petitioning on social media, viewers will finally get to see the 2017 team-up film as Zack Snyder originally intended. Now, some of the Justice League members themselves are sharing their own thoughts on the announcement.

Not long after Warner Bros. made it official, Jason Momoa, Ray Fisher, and Henry Cavill took to Instagram to cheer on the Snyder Cut’s upcoming release. You can read what they had to say below.


View this post on Instagram


For those who fought. For those who believed. Thank you. #releasethesnydercut @HBOMax @ZackSnyder

A post shared by Ray Fisher (@ray8fisher) on

RELATED: Justice League Snyder Cut Coming to HBO Max!

Unfortunately, not all of the Justice League’s major players have reacted to the announcement. Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot, and Ezra Miller have yet to issue their own statements about the Snyder Cut finally seeing the light of day. In the case of Affleck and Gadot, this is somewhat surprising. Both actors championed Snyder’s version by tweeting out the familiar #ReleaseTheSnyderCut hashtag last November.

Even though Affleck’s Batman days are officially behind him, he may need to revisit the character one last time. According to The Hollywood Reporter, completing the Snyder Cut may require the actors to record extra dialogue for the film. The powers-that-be are also currently debating whether the movie will be presented as a four-hour director’s cut or a six-”chapter” miniseries.

Zack Snyder’s Justice League will hit HBO Max in 2021.

Are you happy to see that Momoa, Fisher, and Cavill are supporting this new version of the film? Let us know in the comment section below!

Recommended Reading: Justice League Vol. 1: The Totality

We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. This affiliate advertising program also provides a means to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.