Years of fan campaigning has finally lead to this momentous day!
Director Zack Snyder has confirmed that his unreleased version of 2017 superhero movie ‘Justice League’ will release on a streaming service platform in 2021. Taking to social media, the director was happy to break the news to fans by sharing a black and white poster saying, “This is real.”
This exciting news comes months after the director released never-before-seen seen visuals from the film, all in monochrome.
Snyder was directing the 2017 film ‘Justice League’, which saw DC Comics heroes - Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman and Cyborg band together to save the earth from supervillain Steppenwolf.
However, owing to a personal tragedy, the director stepped down to hand over the reins to ‘Avengers’ director Joss Whedon to look over the proceedings in the post-production stage and oversee reshoots.
The film sadly opened to poor reviews which lead fans to speculate that Snyder's version of the film was much better. #ReleaseTheSnyderCut was one of the hashtags that soon took over social media worldwide.
Fans’ beliefs about this ‘JL’ version was only fuelled when the lead actors of the film admitted that there is indeed a ‘Snyder Cut’ and it was all things impressive. —TOI