Good Morning! I just couldn’t keep this to myself…we are finally getting the Snyder Cut of Justice League. Yes, you read it right, we are getting the Justice League that should’ve been released in 2017. You’re probably thinking…What took so long? As you can remember, Zack Snyder, who directed the film, had to leave the project due to family tragedy, so Joss Wheadon took over. Great idea, but it wasn’t enough. The film debuted in November 2017 to a sluggish box office. Then Henry Cavill‘s hideous upper lip fiasco, and other stuff we don’t want to remember.
The good news is that the film will be coming to HBO MAX in 2021. I’ve read this from The Hollywood Reporter. Here is a small paragraph from the article.
“HBO Max will debut the project in 2021 — possibly in a four-hour director’s cut or in six TV-style “chapters” — as the helmer gets the gang back together with the original postproduction crew to score, cut and finish visual effects.”
To read the rest of the article by Borys Kit go to www.hollywoodreporter.com/snydercut.
We were patient with this piece of news, we can be patient when it comes next year. Besides we are pretty much at the half of 2020. June is right around the corner. More to come later on this morning.
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