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The 4 hours of Zack Snyder’s Justice League may not be the final cut; the director revealed there’s an even a longer version.
The Snyder Cut will be released on March 18 on HBO Max.
The hotly anticipated film is supposed to represent Zack Snyder’s true vision of the 2017 theatrical bomb.
Warner Bros. and Avengers director Joss Whedon butchered that version.
Critics and fans likewise sliced and diced Justice League for its gaping flaws.
The movie had little depth and insufficient character development. The abrupt shifts in tone and messy structure turned it into a lackluster video game.
Justice League grossed only $229 million in the U.S. and $657.9 million worldwide as a result.
Warner Bros. expected $1 billion.
Zack Snyder’s Justice League is receiving widespread social-media praise from bloggers and YouTubers who were invited to an advance virtual screening.
Their ecstatic reactions match those from one of my sources.
Zack Snyder Has a Cut of Justice League Longer Than 4 Hours
Prior to this, I guested on Syl Abdul’s YouTube channel and leaked my insider’s raves about the film.
There was no doubt now that Zack Snyder’s Justice League would explode online.
Whatever private disappointments it had from Warner Bros. executives was going to be buried in an avalanche of fan worship.
However, as Zack Snyder’s passionate followers await his future with DC Films, there’s still more Justice League in the vaults.
Zack Snyder told The New York Times:
The truth is there’s probably about 10 Snyder cuts — there’s a longer version than the four-hour version. My point of view is that the movie should be about 20 minutes longer each time.[Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice] should be 20 minutes longer than Man of Steel, and Justice League should be about 20 minutes longer than Batman v Superman.
Whether or not HBO Max or Zack Snyder decides to show that footage remains to be seen.