Jack Snyder has officially confirmed that his cuts to the Justice League will be released on March 18 on HBO Max. Filmmaker taken Twitter
On Friday to share three new monochrome posters for their edition of Justice League, “Fallen,” “Risen,” and “Rebirth.” The first poster is a shattered Justice League emblem, while the second image draws inspiration from the 1992 cover of The Death of Superman. The final poster featured a film canister with Snyder’s name shown on the front, shown in red.
The posters also confirm that the Snyder Justice League will be available to stream on HBO Max from March 18, 2021. The film is currently expected to be released as a solo feature with a runtime of four hours, as Snyder previously suggested that his Justice cut-off should be released as a “one-shot” film, similar to the previous one. The summer appears to be the opposite of the limited multi-part series announced at DC FanDome.
However, Snyder’s remarks are not entirely black and white. It is very possible that he displayed Justice League’s release plan in such a way as to indicate that all four-hour episodes are falling together, splitting viewers into a continuous block to watch Snyder and Allows to substitute instead of release. Episodes one by one as part of the streaming schedule.
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