Fans are eagerly anticipating Zack Snyder's Justice League, which will have a unique viewing experience with its “1.66:1 aspect ratio.” This is not to mention all the other changes that will go into this cut, like new footage, corrected color grading, redesigned characters, and more. Sarah Aubrey, HBO Max Content Head, called it a success due to the press surrounding the project and ongoing buzz online.
WarnerMedia President of Productions and Business Operations Sandra Dewey said in June that Zack Snyder's Justice League would have a release window of “early to mid-2021” but did not specify a more exact timeframe. However, it looks like Zack Snyder has revealed on his Vero account when his Justice League will release, at least specifying a month instead of a broad release window.
When a fan commented on Vero about having every theatrical cut of Justice League destroyed, Snyder replied saying:
“I understand and of course respect your feelings and I just hope I can wipe that version out of existence with what you see in March.”
Another user asked about its release in India, to which Snyder replied, “working on for India.”
WHAT THIS MEANS
It is unknown whether Sarah Aubrey was blowing hot air about Zack Snyder's Justice League already being a success in their eyes. Still, should the miniseries manage even to be a mild success in attracting new subscribers to the service, it's just gravy for them if Aubrey's statement remains true. This is especially true when considering the recent controversy that Warner Bros. has gotten themselves into, as even Snyder himself said, while still supporting their plan, that it “wasn't 100 percent thought out.”
However, the audience for Snyder's cut of Justice League likely won't care about this move, as they'll be glad to finally be able to see Snyder's uncompromising cut of Justice League. This is something that Snyder fans have been campaigning for years through social media pushes and charities, which they'll finally get to see this coming March. As for international releases, as Snyder said, it seems like HBO Max is working on it.