DC FanDome has already given fans tons of exciting announcements about new DC projects on the horizon. However, the Snyder Cut panel was easily the biggest draw at today’s event. There, Zack Snyder finally revealed the first trailer for his version of Justice League. But before debuting the first official footage from the film, Snyder also shared some important details about how it will be released. Instead of coming out as one long movie, the Snyder Cut will premiere on HBO Max in four one-hour segments.
Snyder didn’t mention whether these four parts will be available to watch all at once or if they’ll hit the streaming service on a weekly basis. Regardless, he teased that this won’t be the only way to experience his cut of the movie. Apparently, he and HBO Max are also trying to figure out a way to bundle the installments together for anyone who wants to watch them as a single film. Essentially, it sounds like viewers will be able to binge-watch all four chapters without any breaks in between.
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Snyder also had a special announcement for international fans and non-HBO Max subscribers. Apparently, Warner Bros. is working on a “distribution plan” so the film can reach as wide of an audience as possible.
Zack Snyder’s Justice League will arrive on HBO Max in 2021.
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