Zack Snyder's Justice League dropped on HBO Max today, and DC fans are abuzz discussing the director's cut of 2017's Justice League. The film is the longest entry in the DCEU yet, but is not considered canon to the rest of the movies set in the universe.

Still, many fans are excited to see the vision of the movie's original director, and some additional material has now dropped alongside it.

SOME EXTRA FUN FOR THE SNYDER CUT

Gal Gadot
Zack Snyder's Justice League

In celebration of the Snyder Cut finally being revealed to the world, a new blooper reel for the film has been shared alongside the HBO Max release of the movie.

The footage contains some fun moments featuring stars Ezra Miller, Ray Fisher, Jason Momoa, Gal Gadot, Henry Cavill, and director Zack Snyder himself.

The footage contains some fun moments featuring stars Ezra Miller, Ray Fisher, Jason Momoa, Gal Gadot, Henry Cavill, and director Zack Snyder himself.

Jason Momoa as Aquaman
Zack Snyder's Justice League

 

THE EXPERIENCE OF FILMING JUSTICE LEAGUE

In addition to passionate fans, many cast and crew members pushed for a long time for this version of the movie to see the light of day. This blooper reel is an extra celebration of their work paying off and their clear respect and admiration for Zack Snyder.

The cast's evident enjoyment of working with Snyder is a stark contrast from many of the comments some of them have made on their experience with Justice League replacement director Joss Whedon, including matters as severe as alleged abusive conditions on set.

The video also shows the comradery between Ezra Miller and Ray Fisher, most notably in footage of a prank involving pictures of Miller being put up all over Fisher's trailer. After that clip, Miller is shown saying "Honestly I'm having too much fun. There should be rules."

The chemistry between Miller and Fisher likely would have translated well into the upcoming DCEU movie The Flash. However, fans won't get to see this pair together in the project, due to Ray Fisher's refusal to participate in any more DC movies as long as Walter Hamada remains president of DC Films.

Zack Snyder's Justice League is now available to stream on HBO Max.