Zack Snyder Shares New Teaser for Justice League Snyder Cut Trailer
In two days, Warner Bros. will release a new trailer for the long-awaited Justice League Snyder Cut. The trailer will debut during the DC FanDome event, which will go down on Aug. 22. To pump up the fans, director Zack Snyder has debuted a brand new teaser for the upcoming trailer, which will be released at 2:30 PDT on that day.
A few days ago, Snyder vowed not to use any of Joss Whedon’s footage of Justice League, and he is keeping his word so far. The teaser opens with a shirtless, resurrected Clark Kent in front of a Man of Steel monument before switching to some of the Cyborg football stuff fans already saw in the early trailers. Then, the short video features almost all the members of the Justice League — save for Batman and Superman — preparing for battle.
You can watch the new Justice League Snyder Cut teaser in the player below.
In the meantime, the controversy between actor Ray Fisher and substitute director Joss Whedon shows no sign of diminishing. Fisher portrayed Cyborg on the big screen in 2017’s blockbuster. The rest of the Justice League cast includes Ben Affleck as Batman, Henry Cavill as Superman, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Jason Momoa as Aquaman, and Ezra Miller as The Flash.
Snyder is currently finishing the editing of the Justice League Snyder Cut with a rumored budget of $20-$30 million. The movie should hit HBO Max in 2021.
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