Here we go. The hopeful will grow more hopeful and the haters will just sharpen their knives. Director Zack Snyder has officially announced that reshoots are now underway on his version of the 4-part Justice League, which is coming to HBO Max next year.
When Warner Bros and HBO announced that Snyder would be given the opportunity to bring us his vision for the iconic DC Comics super-team, we were told there would be no reshoots, only visual effects.
Now $70 million additional dollars later, the divisive director shared a slate of an updated logo for the superhero team-up and a possible hint at the final title – Justice League: Zack Snyder’s Director’s Cut.
Not only are Henry Cavill , Ben Affleck , Ray Fisher and (possibly) Gal Gadot returning for additional photography, but we recently found out that Jared Leto and Joe Manganiello will reprise their respective roles as The Joker and Deathstroke. So this is looking like a whole new version of the film which was released.
New Teaser on TikTok
If this news wasn’t enough a new teaser popped up on Warner Bros’ TikTok account the other day. There is no new footage, but it does sound like Junkie XL’s score was added and Batfleck saying, “I don’t care how many demons he’s fought and how many hells, he’s never fought us. Not us united.” Watch below:
The “Snyder Cut” of Justice League will debut as a 4-episode event series on HBO Max in 2021. There is no premiere date set yet, but WarnerMedia would reportedly like to do so early to mid-2021.