Zack Snyder's cut of Justice League will be a unique superhero movie experience, allowing the director who initially began production on the film to finish what he started. While the director has previously small bits of deleted storyboards, and even some seconds of footage, DC FanDome has provided fans with the first full look at the Snyder Cut.
During the DC FanDome panel of Zack Snyder's Justice League film for HBO Max, Snyder revealed the first full trailer to his cut of the film that is full of never-before-seen footage from the DC team-up film.
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Though the trailer leaked online a few hours ahead of the official release, now fans can now watch the trailer over and over without the threat of it disappearing off the face of the internet.
Zack Snyder went all out with this trailer. Almost every second of footage was deleted from the final film, and even any familar shots had a different visual style, which will make Snyder's return to the Justice League a truly unique experience.
The trailer featured some exciting appearances from Darkseid, Iris West, and countless other deleted shots. The Hall of Justice in ruins, Lois Lane and Martha Kent sharing a heartwarming embrace, and Victor Stone on the football field are just a few of the new pieces of footage shown, all edited together in true Zack Snyder fashion to a grim cover of "Hallelujah."
With the director revealing that the film will be split into four one-hour parts on HBO Max, fans can surely expect there to be much more exclusive footage just waiting to be seen. The Snyder Cut seems to be coming along quite well, and 2021 cannot arrive soon enough.